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A Year On, Drivers Still Love the 2017 Audi A4

Just over a year since it hit dealership lots, the 2017 Audi A4 continues to sell like hotcakes. With impressive driving dynamics, standard features like driver assistance safety gear, leather interior, and a lengthy options sheet full of the latest tech, it represents a pole-vault ahead of every other entry-level luxury sport sedan.

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With Tech and Luxury Plus Added Refinement, 2018 Audi Q5 Strikes the Right Chords

Between 2009 and 2015, the Audi Q5 became the brand’s bestselling model, which means the next-generation model now in dealerships has big shoes to fill. According to reviewers, its lighter chassis, more powerful engine, and upgraded equipment make it more than up to the task. In fact, given that it offers utility that mainstream competitors usually prioritize, it’s a shoe-in for anyone who wants to step up to luxury.

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Why Washing Your Car Can Be Important to the Value

Too many drivers wait until the car is so dirty that they feel they must get it clean. The reasons to wash the car weekly are numerous, these are just a few:

  • That dirt and grime on the mirrors and windows can become a hazard, especially when driving at high speeds. When you wash the care often, those crystal clean windows make it safer to see other drivers on the road.
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Your Tires Need Regular Maintenance Too

Did you know that keeping properly inflated tires may give you better gas mileage? Better gas mileage means that you may ultimately save money on gas. But your tires don't just need to get properly inflated. When you inspect your tires, you need to look at how the tread gets worn as well. If it's worn more along the inside or the outside of your vehicle’s tires, then you will need to look into getting a tire alignment to correct that issue. When do you know when precisely it's time for a new tire? There's…

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Increase Your Fuel Economy: Tips and Tricks

Getting the utmost for your money is the right way to go about tending to a tight budget. That rule goes for anything you have to budget for. Fuel is no different. You may be spending a lot of money on fuel each month, and it can get quite frustrating. There are ways to increase the fuel efficiency of your car to help you save money. Here are a few of those tips and tricks...

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Consider an Audi Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle

If you think that owning a high-performance, luxury vehicle such as an Audi is out of your reach, think again. An Audi Certified pre-owned vehicle is a great way to enjoy Audi ownership with great value. Audi makes sure that every vehicle that carries the Audi Certified badge is worthy with a meticulous 300+ point inspection process; in fact, no other auto maker employs such an exhaustive checkpoint process. 
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Spice Up Your Commute With the 2018 Audi S4

If your daily commute leaves you feeling bored and uninspired, we'd like to introduce you to the all-new 2018 Audi S4. This sporty sedan is all-new with impressive performance features, luxurious touches, and innovative technology, all paired with a new new 3.0-liter TFSI® 354 horsepower engine that propels the all-new S4 to a class-leading 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds.  
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How Are Car Leases Calculated?

So, you have decided that a car lease is the way to go. You might be able to get a more affordable monthly payment for a great luxury Audi SUV. Wouldn't that be nice? You could drive to work in style. But, how exactly are vehicle leases calculated?

In truth, the calculation of a vehicle lease is a bit complicated, but here are some guiding principles. The vehicle will be financed by a bank, which will give you money upfront. The bank will calculate how much the vehicle is worth today versus how much it will be worth at…
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Don't Ignore the Light on your Dash

So what exactly does your check engine light mean? It's simply an indicator that something is "off." If you want to find out what specifically the issue is, you can take it into a mechanic or buy an inexpensive code reader to figure out what exactly is the matter with your ride. And don't make the mistake of confusing it with the service light, which means just that -- it needs service, or an oil change to be more specific.

Your check engine light will probably be yellow, orange, or red-depending on the manufacturer of your vehicle. If it…
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