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Schedule Your Next Tire Rotation Today

Regularly rotating the tires on your vehicle is one of the simplest things you can do to extend the life of your tires and get the best possible performance from your vehicle. This service only takes a few minutes of your time, and our professionals here at Sierra Acura Of Alhambra are more than happy to do it for you.

How do you know how often your tires should be rotated? You will want to check out your manufacturer's recommendations, but a good rule for starters is to rotate your tires at every other oil change. Or anytime you…

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Reduce Bounce: Service Your Suspension

As a car owner you understand that routine maintenance is important to keeping your car running safely, and the suspension is one system that needs to be checked. Below are some parts that make up your car's suspension and what they are responsible for:

  • Springs: Springs is responsible for absorbing the bumps and dips in the road. Luckily springs are meant to last the life of your car and rarely need to be replaced. (https://www.autoeducation.com/autoshop101/suspension.htm)
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What are the best tires for your vehicle?

It's been three or four years since you last purchased tires for your vehicle. That time is coming around again. You don't want to purchase just any tires. You want to purchase the right tires and the best tires for you and your vehicle. Let's discuss three types of tires for your passenger vehicle or light truck that you may consider ordering here at Sierra Acura of Alhambra.

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5 Reasons to Say Yes to Buying an SUV

If you've been on the fence about buying an SUV, now is the time to make the leap. SUVs have become increasingly popular purchases throughout recent years. Rightfully so. With all that an SUV now offers, there are more reasons than ever to say YES!

Stop by Sierra Acura Of Alhambra today to see our showroom and for more information. Come on in to take a test drive!

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Servicing your Vehicle’s Headlights

If you ever do any driving at night, which most of us do at least on occasion, it is very important that your headlights are up to the task. They not only help you to see, but they also keep you visible to the other drivers on the road. If your headlights are lacking, be sure to bring your vehicle to us here at Sierra…

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Push Your Car Further - Why Modern Vehicles Need Fewer Oil Changes

People who bought their first car in the 20th century were told they ought to change their oil every 3,000 miles. Then, when they upgrade to a newer model, they are surprised when the technicians at Sierra Acura of Alhambra tell them they can actually go even further between oil changes.

Modern vehicles can go anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 miles between oil changes. There are numerous advantages to these changes. It is better for the environment for you to change your car's oil less frequently. Additionally, it saves you time and money.

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What Do You Prefer to Drive?

Four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are great but what's the difference? They are in different types of vehicles. For example, you will typically find all-wheel drive in vehicles such as sedans and crossovers and four-wheel drive in vehicles such as trucks and SUVs.

If you aren't sure whether you want all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive it can be helpful to decide what it is that you like to drive and how you like to drive. If you like to go off the beaten path in pursuit of adventure, then you will probably like to drive a truck over…

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Buying New Tires Is Easy If You Know When To Do It

If the tread on your car’s or truck’s tires isn’t long enough, you increase the risk of your vehicle hydroplaning on wet surfaces, and also taking up to 10 cars’ lengths longer to stop, at the speed of just 60 miles per hour.

A tread length of anything less than 4/32 inches indicates that driving is significantly less safe. If the tread is under 2/32 inches long, it’s illegal to drive on in most states across America.

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