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Make More Room for Your Life with the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica & Its Best-in-Class Cargo Volume

Naturally, the purpose of the new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is to help families travel together. After all, it has seating for every member of the household! But those who own one will also benefit from its incredible flexibility. Now armed with the Stow n' Go® Seating and Storage system, this minivan makes it easier to address your everyday needs.

 

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2017 Chrysler Pacifica Edges Out the Competition in Safety Ratings

If you're hunting for a new minivan, there are two ways you can go. You can get just any old minivan or you can get a minivan with the highest safety rating in its class for 2017.

The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica outranks its competition and proves it by being the only minivan to be named a 2017 TOP SAFETY PICK+ by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

This means that the 2017 Pacifica, when equipped with an optional front crash prevention system and specific headlights, outperformed all the other vehicles in its class in grueling government safety and collision…

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Washing Your Vehicle Provides Value for Your Investment

Having a clean vehicle is more than just looking good. Washing your vehicle on a consistent basis creates lasting value, for your investment. As you drive, your vehicle picks up road debris and paint corroding particles that cannot be seen until you began to wash it. The longer those particles stay on the paint, the longer they have the chance of causing damage.
 
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Are You Going On A Road Trip This Summer?

If you have decided to go on a road trip this summer, there are some basic planning tools that you can use to your advantage. One of these is very basic: bring your car in to our service center and have it checked. Treat the issue as if it were time for service. Check the belts, fluids, tires, battery, and brakes. To pay attention to these now instead of later on the road only makes sense.
 
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In Case of Emergency: What You Need to Keep in Your Car

Nobody wants to think about being stuck on the side of the road due to some type of emergency. But planning ahead for these kinds of situations and being prepared for them can make all the difference should such an emergency ever occur.

So what are some items you might need to keep handy in your vehicle in case of a roadside emergency? Here are a few suggestions:

- Flashlight with extra batteries

- Cell phone and a car charger...

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Be a Safe Driver and Plan Ahead

There are many people that only think about safe driving when the weather is bad. The truth is, safe driving should be in the forefront of our minds year round. Much of it is common sense and defensive driving such as always be aware of others on the road or always obey the posted speed limit. Others take some forethought and planning. If you know you are going to be taking medication that could impair your ability to drive, then you should make plans to have a designated driver. Expect other drivers to not drive as safely as you, so…

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To Buy or To Lease

Before deciding on a new car, you have to answer an important: do I want to buy or lease my vehicle? Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, so ultimately it will depend on your unique situation. We will briefly overview the advantages of each strategy.

Buying a car certainly has its appeal. When you buy a car, you get a feeling of ownership that can't be matched by a lease. Also, unlike a lease, you never have to worrying about the number of miles you drive.

On the other side, there are some distinct advantages to leasing. In…
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Rolling Smoothly on the Right Tires

Your car's tires play an important role in performance, safety and fuel economy. First of all, you need to make sure that there's enough tread remaining to maximize traction on dry and wet roads. The general rule of thumb is that the tread depth should be a minimum of 4/32 of an inch. The stopping distance of a car is directly related to the tread. If you drive frequently in extreme temperatures, then all-season tires are essential. During freezing conditions, such tires won't lose their gauge pressure. Additionally, maximum traction is guaranteed on roads that are…
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Regular Vehicle Maintenance: A Safety Standard

Driving down the road can be dangerous, even in the best conditions. Animals, inclement weather, other vehicles, and an array of factors can make the open road an obstacle course of disasters. Ensuring your vehicle is in top mechanical condition not only increases the longevity of an automobile investment, but also ensures that it is ready to handle almost any occurrence you may encounter on that daily drive.

Maintaining a regularly scheduled vehicle check-up at a local dealership is one of, if not the most important component of automobile safety on the road. The mechanical department...
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