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3728 Pottsville Pike
Directions Reading, PA 19605

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Mazda Blog in Reading, PA

Keep it Cool with a Mazda3

The Mazda3 is not trying to hide its cool features behind a high price. Kelley Blue Book continues, for the fourth year in a row, to choose the Mazda3 as number one on its "10 Coolest Cars Under $18,000" list.

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The Mazda CX-5 is Family Ready

Family-friendly vehicles seem to be advertised everywhere, but how do you know which to choose? Parents magazine and Edmunds took it upon themselves to help consumers know the answer by creating a list of the "10 Best Family Cars of 2017." Sitting in the number one spot for midsize crossovers is the Mazda CX-5.

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Five Reasons to Step Outside the Box With the 2017 Mazda6

Since it was introduced in 2003, the Mazda6 has represented a step outside the norm for midsize sedans, and the 2017 model takes it several steps further. While it checks the boxes of practicality and efficiency, our preferred automaker has managed to work in a sporty edge without gobs of power, and a list of impressive available options.

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Handling, Gas Mileage, and Features Top Five Reasons to Own 2017 Mazda CX-3

 

 

In the year and some change since it’s been on the market, the 2017 Mazda CX-3 has quickly established itself as the pack leader. While other models focus on cramming utility into a diminutive, high riding chassis, Mazda focuses on the experience. It shows. With handsome looks, and quite a lot of attention to detail, the CX-3 makes a strong case for any shopper.

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If You Find Yourself in a Bad Way, Be Prepared

If you are trying to put together an emergency roadside kit, then there are a few things that really need to be included. You should definitely have a First-Aid kit in your emergency kit. You can buy a pre-made one, or you can create your own that includes bandages, antibiotic ointment, scissors, gauze pads, antiseptic, a thermometer, safety pins, hand sanitizer or anything else. You should also pack plenty of bottled water, warm blankets and hand warmers, and a cell phone or charger. Pack a tow rope and jumper cables, and a flashlight and batteries.
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Safe Driving Tips to Help On Your Travels

Getting behind the wheel is an exciting thing. Not only is it exciting but it can be dangerous. If you are a driver, you must make sure that at all times you are being safe. Safe driving is not just something to do to avoid accidents it’s something to do to avoid any type of dangerous situations on the road. Follow these few tips to be a safer driver.

Make sure to always use your vehicle’s turn signals. Turn signals allow for other drivers to know what you are doing with your vehicle. This is important so that…

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Buying or Leasing Your Mazda is a Tough Decision

Whenever an individual is looking to get a new car one of the most important conclusions they will have to come to is whether to buy or lease the car. Each of these options has their distinct advantages and should, therefore, be considered. The most common way people get a new car is to buy it. Buying a car entails getting a loan to complete the purchase and then paying it off over a span of five years. When buying a car, you will also enjoy full ownership once the car is paid off as well as building equity and…

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Have Your Vehicle Checked If the Check Engine Light Is On

Just because cars these days are designed to be much more high quality it does not mean they are without needing repair and maintenance. The check engine light is one of the best ways to know when your car is in need of repair. It helps warn the drivers that something is wrong with the vehicle. These are a few of the key reasons why the check engine icon may be appearing on your dashboard: faulty oxygen sensor, bad mass air flow sensor, faulty spark plugs, a bad thermostat, a faulty ignition coil, missing or damaged gas cap, or a…

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The Purposes of Motor Oil: Synthetic VS Conventional

For owners searching to gain a better understanding of their vehicle, learning the differences between Synthetic oil and Conventional oil may be a big help. As we all probably know, oil is used to provide your engine with the necessary lubrication to perform in perfect condition. Your vehicle's oil also helps assist in cleaning your engine and preventing unnecessary build up.

Conventional oil is a form of motor oil used for your engine. Once refined, Conventional oil can be used to prevent excessive wear and tear...

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