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BMW 4 Series Overview

As a luxury small car, the BMW 4 series has been ranked in the top 10 according to US News & World Report. Drivers like the vehicle's acceleration, style, and tech, and its scorecard boasts high marks in performance, interior, safety, and reliability. Over the years, BMW has really fine-tuned the engines on its vehicles, allowing for more power every time you push the gas pedal. 

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The BMW 6 Series of Sedans Lets You Pick Your Power Level

The members of the BMW 6 Series of luxury sedans offer drivers and passengers a wide range of interior features designed to maximize comfort and connectivity. That said, in addition to comfort the members of this automotive family offer drivers and passengers good old-fashioned BMW performance. To this end, the engineers at BMW are happy to provide 6 Series motors in a range of sizes that include 6-cylinder and 8-cylinder varieties.

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The Hype Behind the BMW 5 Series

It took more than four years for BMW to release its newest sedan, but the BMW 5 Series is everything that drivers were hoping for in a luxury sedan. The unique combination of comfort and power is what defines the BMW 5 Series.

It is crated from lighter steel, magnesium and aluminum so that the durability of the vehicle does not detract from its speed. There is nothing more fun than going from zero to 60 mph in under four seconds in the BMW 5 Series. 

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Check Out What Is Great in the New Vehicles of The BMW 3 Series

From its inception, the BMW 3 series has been a trailblazer in its class. It is synonymous with comfort, luxury, and performance. Today the vehicles featured in the BMW 3 series are no different. They continue living up to the legacy set by the BMW 3 Series decades ago.

Today's BMW 3 Series class of vehicles are more high-tech than ever before. You will enjoy iDrive and iPerformance technology in the new vehicles. The iDrive technology will let you easily access music, navigation and other features in your car.

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Keeping Your Tires Clean

Without the tires on your car, you wouldn't be able to drive very far. Keep your tires clean with a few simple tips. If you use rags to clean the tires, don't use those rags on other parts of the car because the tires usually have more dirt and grime on them.

Before you use any kind of cleaning product on the tires, spray them with water. 

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When Should You Perform Maintenance on Your Vehicle?

Owning a vehicle is a big responsibility and requires more work than just filling it up with gas and checking the fluids. Other maintenance checks need to be done on a regular basis, in order to keep your vehicle in good condition.

But when is a good time to do all these tasks? Spring is always a great time, as it is right after winter, which can be hard on your vehicle, and is right before summer, 

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Being Prepared in the Event of a Roadside Emergency

Don't just assume that you are going to be safe if ever your vehicle becomes disabled, prepare for such an event today while you are calm and collected.

  • Always call 911 so a police officer can come to the scene. Wait patiently in a locked vehicle and do not let strangers persuade you to come outside so they can help. Tell them through the window you are waiting for the police.
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Wheel Alignments: What You Need to Know

How often do you get your wheels aligned? If you're only doing it when you get new tires, then you may be causing unnecessary damage to your car. Getting your tires rotated and aligned is an important maintenance that can save your bearings from getting twisted or your differentials from taking damage. In addition, your wheel alignment can increase your fuel efficiency as well. 

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Changing A Tire Made Simple

Getting a flat tire is never a fun experience. And if you haven't ever had to deal with it on your own you might find yourself a little bit intimidated with tackling it the first time. Fortunately, if you know what to do then it really isn't that bad at all. Follow these steps and you will be done in no time:

  • Break the lug nuts loose with the lug wrench
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How to Jump-Start Another Car

One of the items that should be included with your vehicle’s emergency kit is a set of jumper cables. They take up little room and are inexpensive. Cables are easy to use with basic knowledge of positive and negative electrical currents.

Each set of cables should have a red cable and a black cable connector. The red is positive; it should be the first one connected to the dead battery. 

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