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Discover Chevrolet's Complete Care for the New Sonic

With the ability to conserve more gas than ever before, along with its fantastic handling and practicality, it is not a surprise that the Chevrolet Sonic is one of the most popular compact cars out there. It also comes with some very useful features.

The Chevrolet brand's customer service is known for the vast ways it sets out to help its customers, and the only thing that has changed is that it has gotten better. With Chevrolet Complete Care, you can get two maintenance visits that include a 27-point inspection, a tire rotation, and an oil change as well…

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Enjoy Your Drive in the 2018 Chevrolet Impala

Enjoy strength and power when you get behind the wheel of a full-size sedan with the Chevrolet Impala. The Impala is one of the most popular sedans of its size, and it is designed to give you maximum enjoyment and comfort. With amazing safety features and luxurious options, you'll enjoy a smooth ride in a stylish, spacious package.

The Impala is also designed for exceptional performance and true power under the hood. Opt for the four-cylinder, 2.5L engine and get up to 30 miles per gallon on the highway with stop-start technology. 

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Chevrolet Malibu Packed with Innovative Safety Features

Looking for a popular mid-size car packed with innovative safety features? Then you need to take a closer look at the all-new Chevrolet Malibu.

The Forward Collision Alert feature in the new Malibu help to protect the driver from a front-end collision. The system scans the road ahead, and if anything is in the road stopped or moving slower than your car, the brakes are applied with enough stopping power to avert disaster. 

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Brake Service & Repair - Things to Know

The brakes on your vehicle play an important role because without them you would not be able to stop. The brake system consists of many parts – brake shoes, calipers, disc brakes, drum brakes, brake pads, brake lines and brake fluid. With so many different parts, it’s important to make sure they’re all doing their part. 

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Understanding the Differences Between Towing and Payload Capacity

If you are going to use your truck as it is meant to be used, you have to know the difference between towing and payload capacity. You need to know what your truck can handle, and you cannot get these two numbers confused. Reed Chevrolet is here to help you understand the difference.

The towing capacity of your vehicle is just that, the weight that your vehicle can pull behind it. 

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Creating a Roadside Emergency Kit

You need to be prepared for bad things that might come about even if you wish that your life could all be happy and easy. One of the ways that you can prepare for bad things that might happen when you are driving is by creating a roadside emergency kit.

You should have something in your vehicle that contains the essentials that you might need in an emergency situation. This should include water in case you are stranded somewhere for a long time. It should also include a flare of some sort, a flashlight, and an emergency blanket.

Preparing yourself…

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How to Test Your Car's Battery

If you are noticing issues with your lights dimming when you start up the car or your car's lights seem to change in brightness when you rev the engine, you may be having an issue with your car battery failing. It's important to check your car battery at least twice per year. For areas that experience extremely cold or hot temperatures, performing a battery check is even more vital as batteries tend to lose their charge in cold weather.

You can use a multimeter at home to check your battery easily. Multimeters can be purchased at most stores…

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You Must Change Your Oil Filter With Every Oil Change

As a car owner you want to make sure your car is running at its best and want to make sure you are keeping up with routine maintenance to ensure it is running smoothly and safely, but with all the myths about engine oil it can be confusing. Below is a common motor oil myth, followed by the truth:

MYTH:You must change your oil filter every time you change your engine oil.

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Replacing Your Windshield Wiper Blades: Here's What You Need to Know

Have you noticed your windshield wiper blades struggling to clear water from your windshield? Have you heard a strange scraping noise when you turn them on? Don't keep using your blades. These are signs that your windshield wiper blades have worn out and need to be replaced.

Many adults don't realize or know that windshield wiper blades don't last forever. 

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Spend Some Time Deciding Which Warranty Best Meets Your Needs

In planning your next vehicle purchase, have you given any thought to what happens if any component happens to fail? Vehicle repair can be expensive, especially when it's a high dollar component such as the engine. Thankfully, getting a warranty on your vehicle addresses this issue.

There are two primary warranties to choose from when looking to cover your vehicle. They are drivetrain and bumper to bumper. As its name implies, a drivetrain warranty covers components responsible for your vehicles motion. These include the engine, transmission, and other relate parts.

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