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1102 S 11th St (M 51 S)
Directions Niles, MI 49120

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Road Trip Fun

Taking a road trip can be a lot of fun, but you want to make sure your vehicle is ready for it. Taking your vehicle in for regular oil changes and tire rotations is a given, but if you haven’t done it in a while, having it done before a road trip can prevent simple breakdowns or accidents. There are items you want to have in case of an emergency on long road trips.
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Preparing A Family Roadside Emergency Kit

We would like to advise you and other drivers on the road to prepare a roadside emergency kit that fits their situation. For example, a single driver would have a totally different kit than a family with kids and pets. Take a look at family members. What type of objects or items would they require in a roadside emergency? Add those items to your roadside emergency kit...

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Look to the past to get a glimpse at your future

There are a lot of reasons to celebrate the past, especially if you are a fan of certain brands like we are. The 1949 Chrysler New Yorker is one that we found on the brand’s Twitter page, and it got us thinking about which vehicle we’d like to have around in another 68 years. At Tyler Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram serving Niles, South Bend, and Mishawaka we believe that our new model inventory has a lot of timeless classics in it just waiting to be picked.

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The Best Vehicle of 2017? The Chrysler Pacifica Minivan

We know you've always wanted to drive the best vehicle on the Niles roads. Hugging the curves, revving your engine, and showing off your vehicle. Would you believe it if we told you that you can do that, and you can bring your whole family as well? Because the Cars.com Best of 2017 winner is the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. That's right, a minivan.

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My Brakes Work Fine, Why Should I Have Them Adjusted?

Brakes endure pressure and wear and heat and friction on a regular, daily basis. We depend on these brakes and moving parts to function properly every time we use them. We are used to slowing and stopping a vehicle by simply pressing the brake pedal. This is such a part of driving that we seldom think about it. That is why it is sometimes easy to forget that we need to have our brakes inspected and adjusted on a regular basis. Sometimes, failure to do this can invalidate a new vehicle's brake warranty, so one must abide by the…
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When My Lease Is Over, Can I Still Buy The Car?

Absolutely, you can buy a car at the end of the lease. When you satisfy the terms of the lease, you will return the vehicle to the dealer. There, you have the option of purchasing the vehicle at a greatly reduced price, or simply purchasing or leasing another vehicle, or doing nothing. Most people simply lease a new vehicle, since they feel they are going to be making payments anyway.
With a purchase, the bank will pay the dealer for the car. You will pay the bank monthly payments, and at the end of that term, you will own the…
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Synthetic Versus Natural Motor Oil

When you call conventional oil 'natural' oil, it confuses the issue. Conventional oil is natural, yes. Synthetic oil, on the other hand, isn't unnatural or unconventional. It is natural, regular oil that has been treated and processed on a molecular level to change the behavior of the oil for the better under extreme temperature conditions.

At high engine temperatures, conventional oil breaks down, and it no longer maintains the viscosity to protect the heated engine parts. The additives, like the cleaners that keep your engine clean, have a tendency to dissipate and no longer do the job. 

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