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Lincoln MKT: Designed to Impress

The crossover serves as one of the most popular vehicle type on the market today. The new Lincoln MKT is heralded as the leader in this class in large part due to its impressive performance features. Offering a bevy of exciting capabilities, this popular mid-size crossover is destined to impress.

The powerful twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine delivers 365 horsepower partnered with 350 lb.-ft. of torque, striking an ideal balance of power and fuel efficiency. The adaptive cruise control works to assist the driver in variable traffic speeds when the vehicle is set in cruise mode. 

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Enjoy the Performance of the New Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

Midsize sedans are more popular than ever thanks to their incredible performance. That is why our Lincoln sales professionals are so excited to introduce you to our new line of 2018 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid models for your Gainesville, GA expeditions.

The MKZ Hybrid packs a powerful punch while still being an efficient option for your daily drive. The car kicks out a remarkable 400 horsepower from a V8 engine, making it one of the strongest hybrids in its class. Its active noise control features also makes for a quiet and relaxing ride on your way to the office or for…

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What Do Infotainment Systems Do?

Have you seen the latest infotainment systems in new vehicles? Since 2015, many vehicle manufacturers have been including infotainment systems and touch screens since there are new laws requiring backup cameras. The latest vehicles now let you access all of your phone's apps through the center console. You can use voice-enabled controls, hands-free calling, GPS navigation, and driver safety features all through the infotainment system.

The newest driver safety features allow you to see blind spot monitoring cameras, rearview cameras, and vehicle setting and alerts right...

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Does Your Brake Pedal Feel Soft?

A soft brake pedal could be a sign that the brakes are about to fail. It is important to get the brakes repaired or replaced before this happens. One of the top signs that your brake pedal needs to be replaced is a feeling of softness. This could be due to a brake fluid leak or air in the brake lines.

Another sign that it's time for brake repairs is that you have to push the pedal to the metal of your car's floor in order to come to a complete stop. This is not a good sign…

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Down and Dirty with Aftermarket Floor Mats

Floor mats have one of the most thankless jobs in your vehicle. They are rarely thought about and constantly stepped on. But your floor mats are the only thing standing between a muddy pair of shoes and a ruined interior floor, so maybe it is time to consider if there is a better option out there.

As it turns out, there are a couple of better options when it comes to floor mats. Aftermarket mats come in two main types, all-weather and carpeted. All-weather mats are made for active lifestyles and are extremely durable and easy to clean. Carpeted floor…

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Reasons to Consider Adding a Dash Cam to Your Vehicle

You like to keep your vehicle set up with everything that it needs to keep you comfortable, safe, and happy. There are ways that a dash cam could be beneficial to you, and you should consider adding one to your vehicle.

If you are looking to go out and do some special driving with your vehicle, you can use a dash cam to show off your driving skills. If you would like to be ready at any moment to capture something crazy that happens to you, a dash cam can help you with that. If you would like to be…

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What Makes Tire Pressure Important?

Tire pressure may not seem as important as some other aspects of maintaining your vehicle, but properly inflating your tires is more important than you might expect. It can keep you safer on the road and improve your gas mileage. However, improper inflation can cause a bevy of problems, from traction issues to wheel damage and blowouts.

Improperly inflated tires can be a danger to you and your vehicle, so it's important to have your tires inflated to the proper pressure whenever you bring your vehicle in for regular service. A little-known fact is that recommended tire pressure...

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Restore Your Headlights with These Tips

As headlights age they yellow and become cloudy from the exposure to sunlight and abrasive dust on the freeway. You might not notice your headlights' reduced ability to illuminate the road ahead driving on well-lit city streets. It's when you go on a road trip outside the city limits that you'll notice the loss of illumination.

Sometimes you can restore your vehicle's headlights using some household items. Toothpaste, DEET-containing insect repellent, and sandpaper can be used to polish the surface of headlights and bring them back to nearly-new clarity again with a cloth rag.

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Tips for Identifying an Exhaust Leak

Identifying and exhaust leak is of the utmost importance. You want to be a responsible driver, and that means knowing whether you are potentially driving around with exhaust system problems. Carbon monoxide could be leaking into the cabin of your vehicle.

Do you hear loud noises when you drive your vehicle? Does the gas pedal rattle? Do you smell exhaust fumes? Is your fuel efficiency lower than it used to be? These are all potential warning signs that you have an exhaust leak.

The best thing for you to do in Gainesville is to get your vehicle to the mechanic…

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Lincoln Navigator: Elegant Design and Muscular Performance

Having an elegant posture, the Lincoln Navigator packs plenty of power under the hood. A twin-scroll turbocharger is at the heart of the vehicle's V6 engine, which produces up to 450 horsepower. You also get up to 510 pound-feet of torque from the powertrain.

An all-wheel drive system is available in this full-size SUV that's ready to conquer different terrains. Capable of handling a trailer that is loaded with 8,700 pounds, the Lincoln Navigator surely satisfies the demands of a recreational road trip. An adaptive suspension system with six modes also stabilizes this Lincoln SUV...
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