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Do You Love the BMW 2 Series?


The 2018 BMW 2 Series is a popular coupe and convertible line-up and it has all of the high-quality features you've come to expect from the BMW name. The 2 Series is designed for maximum performance. The features are descended from the original BMW 2002.

The 2 Series comes in two body styles, so you have a choice of coupe or convertible. In either style, you have almost endless options to choose from in order to customize the perfect vehicle.

If you're planning on taking a cruise in the dark, never fear as both 2 Series designs feature…
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Experience the Good Life in a BMW 7-Series Luxury Car

You will feel you have arrived when you drive one of the BMW 7-Series of luxury performance cars. Hands down, this BMW flagship line of cars exemplifies what true elegance and style really means. Powerful engine choices, intuitive technology and high-end interior details ensure that your ride will always be amazing.

The sky is at your fingertips with the Panoramic Sky Lounge. Everyone can enjoy a view of the sky with the handy electric roller sun-blind and a slide and tilt feature. When the view is closed, the glass itself can be turned into a virtual light-show with 15,000…

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Classic Style Meets Modern Tech in the BMW 3 Series

It's not easy staying at the top, but since 1975 BMW's 3 Series of sedans and wagons have ruled the pack of small luxury vehicles. Its iconic grill and sleek design will always turn heads, and BMW's history of continuous innovation ensures that the 3 Series' performance always matches its style.

320 horsepower is a standard in the 3 Series, and the vehicles' near 50/50 weight distribution means a smooth, powerful ride. The interior boasts state-of-the-art technology, from the iDrive system that keeps pace with the latest personal devices to the bright, clear Head-Up display.

 

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Demystifying Motor Oil

Motor oil can be mystifying. There are several myths and outdated beliefs about it that can confuse you. We here at Alderson European Motors want to clear up a couple of the most common motor oil myths so you can understand how important oil actually is to your engine.

The old rule of thumb says that you should change your oil every 3,000 miles. But modern engines using modern oils can go up to 7,000 miles before needing an oil change. Most cars today have oil life indicators that let you know when your oil is nearing the…

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The Reasons Why You Should Look at the BMW 6 Series

The BMW is one of the most sought-after vehicles in its class. It comes with LED headlights and fog lights that make it easier to see at night regardless of the road conditions. In addition to providing crisp and bright light, it adds a bit of style and class to the vehicle's exterior.

The car's interior can be customized in a variety of different ways. For example, you can choose the type of leather that you want as well as custom contrast stitching throughout. You can also easily access the sound and navigation system from your seat without…

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Cargo: How to Safely Load Your SUV

At Alderson European Motors, we are always happy to help customers learn about safety on the road with their SUV. Loading cargo for a trip or even to move items from one place to the next can have an effect on how your vehicle performs and safety on the road.

The maximum weight for an SUV varies, but it does include passengers, gas in the gas tank and cargo. If your load capacity is 1000 lbs and you have an SUV full of people, it is best to take notice of the cargo weight.

Tires can be a concern when…

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How to Clean Your Headlights

Visibility on the road is impaired when your headlights are dirty. It's normal for headlights to yellow and become cloudy over time when they aren't cleaned. You must clean the headlights every once in a while to ensure you can see the road well. This is especially important to do before driving in non-urban areas where lighting is scarce.

An easy way to clean your headlights is with toothpaste, warm water, and a rag. Wet a rag with warm water and apply toothpaste to the rag. Then, scrub your headlights until they're clean. This method is safe…

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Tire Changing Strategies for Automobiles

The process of changing a tire is simple if proper tools are used. During a general tire replacement routine, you can implement all maintenance procedures by using a traditional jack and a lug wrench. If you want to tackle lifting routines quicker, you should invest in an advanced jack that's designed with convenient hydraulic hardware.

Whenever you need to replace a flat tire on the side of the road, always examine the surroundings in the environment. The layout on the ground is very important because the car will roll if you try to use a jack on uneven terrain…

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Myths About Motor Oil


There are some things that we believe are true about motor oil that simply are not. For one, did you know that just because oil turns dark over time doesn't mean that it needs to be changed? It could actually mean the opposite. However, oil should be changed once it becomes low. You can check your car's owner manual to see the intervals of when to change.

In addition, you don't have to change your oil every 3,000 miles. This is just an estimate. Most oils can now go about 7,000 or more miles.

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How to Determine if Your Tires Need Replacing

Every vehicle owner should regularly perform routine maintenance on their vehicle. Tires that are in good shape are necessary for safety and for optimum performance on the road. Tires should be checked for the correct inflation pressure and for signs of wear.

The penny method can be used to determine if the tread is the correct depth. Place a penny upside down in the tread groove and if Lincoln's head is completely showing, then it is time to replace the tire. Besides checking the tread, examine the tires for unusual wear....

 

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