When it comes to purchasing a car, it is a major investment; one that you may have to plan for well ahead of the actual purchase. Unfortunately, maintaining your car can also be a pretty big investment as well, especially when it comes to tyres. In most cases, tyres need to be replaced once a year and even changed out when the seasons change. Add to that the many different brands you have to choose from, each touting different features that range from better performance to better mileage.
A luxury crossover with sleek lines, a bold concept, and a whole lot of seating room is now available for an MSRP of $45,000 to $55,000. If you’re looking for an SUV that boasts the same stylized hood and grill of earlier sedan models, with a modern finish, the most recent safety features, and a high customer rating, check out the new 2017 Cadillac XT5, on sale now.
Nanaimo Wheaton GM values our connection to our customers, which is why we aim to bring you the best news and highlights relating to the automotive industry. This month vehicle dealers are buzzing about the new General Motor’s sedan concept for the 2018 Buick Regal, which will be unveiled in Warren, Michigan on April 4th, this year. Following the unveiling, car enthusiasts can visit the vehicle at the International Auto Show in New York later this year.
Used cars have plenty of pros, but because they aren’t brand new off the manufacturing line, they can sometimes have a few secrets. To suss out any negative factors which may impact your decision to buy, and to save yourself time and money on future repairs, take some time to really investigate the vehicle before you buy it. If you’re not sure what to look for when inspecting a used car, check out this buying guide
Buying a car is exciting, whether it’s brand new, or new to you. So how do you know which is the best buy for you and your family? Here at Nanaimo Wheaton GM, we get plenty of questions about the pros and cons of buying new vs. buying used. The truth is, it’s really all about preference. There are definitely some advantages to buying new, but there are also some fine selling points to buying used.
There comes a time when all tyres need to be traded in for a new set, but in the meantime, taking care of your wheels could save your money and extend the time you have with your current set. At Nanaimo Wheaton GM, we get a lot of questions about general car care and maintenance, but something that often gets forgotten is tyre care. Check out these 4 tips on how to extend the life of your tyres and spend less in years to come on replacements.
At Nanaimo Wheaton GM, we see plenty of test drives off the lot, and we encourage you to test drive your next potential vehicle as well. The test drive is what tells you if there’s something going on inside a vehicle that isn’t necessarily visible on the outside. Is a part beginning to go south? Does the brake stick when you stop? These are all problems your initial test drive will sort out for you.
New cars can be a status symbol, an escape, or just a reliable way to get from point A to point B. For these reasons buying a new car is different for everyone. Some buyers go in level headed and ready to haggle, others jump the gun and buy the first flashy vehicle that speaks to them on the lot. Whether you plan to do a bit of research, or choose a car based on intuition alone, here are 5 of the major mistakes you should avoid.
Buying a brand-new car off the lot can be expensive, which is why so many people choose used. Used cars provide the same stylish models and special deals without the high price point. While purchasing used offers certain financial benefits, there are still pitfalls to avoid. Check out these 3 tips to buying used.
Buying a new car is always a big step, and it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting into before you sign any documents or strike up a deal. Things to consider include cost, the dealer’s reputation, your personal finances, vehicle safety and standards, as well as special features. Here are some of the top considerations new car buyers make before leaving the lot.