The Hyundai Santa Fe - What a Great Buy!

Hyundai has always been known for making classy looking vehicles that are as fuel-efficient as they are versatile. Hyundai SUVs are extremely popular because they offer the comfort and style of a car with the performance and space of an SUV. At the top of the Hyundai lineup is the Hyundai Santa Fe, a midsize SUV that’s as ideal for a family as it is for a single driver.

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An Excellent Oil

Although cars are not alive, you still need to take care of them. Giving your car synthetic oil is like feeding your body healthy foods. Synthetic oil was developed in 1929. It is best form of oil for your car's engine. When making synthetic oil, oil companies remove all the impurities found in crude oil, therefore making synthetic oil cleaner and more refined.

Synthetic oil is a lubricant that consists of artificially made chemical compounds. A lubricant helps to reduce friction between surfaces that touch. Synthetic oils have good viscosity and strength. Synthetic oil will 

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When Your Windshield Wiper Blades Need Replacement

Most drivers know the importance of regular automotive maintenance to keep the vehicle operating good and safely on the road. While we often think of regular maintenance as tune-ups, tire rotation and oil changes, there is one thing that often is overlooked, and that’s windshield wiper blades.

Despite being such a small part, the windshield wiper blades are very important because they help you see clearly in a rain or snow storm. It may seem like our windshield wipers and blades last forever, but they do eventually need to be replaced. 

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Premium Interior Features Highlight the Hyundai Sonata

The Hyundai Sonata is as striking on the inside as it is on the outside. This beloved full-size sedan is flush with an abundance of premium interior features that work to bring you a comfortable ride that you can count on. We invite you to step inside of the Hyundai Sonata when you visit us today at McGovern Hyundai in Brockton, MA.

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Got Questions About Returning Your Lease? Contact McGovern Hyundai

Our dealership knows that the end of your Hyundai lease can be a confusing time. You may have several questions about the lease-end process. Some folks want to know what kind of options they have available. Your Hyundai lease-end is important, so it is vital that you make sure that you have all of your questions answered by the experts. The team at McGovern Hyundai, in Brockton, MA, is where you can go to get accurate end-of-lease information. Our finance team has assisted many area drivers with this process in the past.

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Sell or Trade Your Car at McGovern Hyundai

In today's busy modern world, it is nice when something can be easy. At McGovern Hyundai, in Brockton, MA, we aim to make everything about the automotive world simple for our customers. This includes the sale or trade of your current vehicle. Whether you are looking to sell your current car or to trade it in for something newer, we have got you covered. With our Kelley Blue Book® (KBB) trade-in tool, we can get you the accurate market value of your car, truck, or SUV in a matter of a few minutes.

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Protecting your car from salt corrosion

Corrosion can occur to your vehicle due to salt accumulating on it. The main way to combat the problem is to keep your vehicle washed and clean. This will remove salt deposits that can cause pitting or rust to exposed metal on your vehicle.

Salt especially becomes a major factor during the winter. This is due to road crews reducing ice buildup on roads by spraying a salt mixture onto the surface of the road. After you wash your car make certain to allow your vehicle to fully dry. Moisture and salt cause rust. Allowing your vehicle to fully dry…

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Winter Tires vs. All-Season Tires

All season tires are the standard tires that come on new cars. They are ideal for general use, but as you probably know, they don't perform as well when there is snow or ice on the road.

Additionally, when the temperature gets cold, the rubber gets more brittle and doesn't grip as well. That is where winter tires come in. They are specially designed to stand up to the cold better, and they also have treads that are constructed to ensure that they wick off wet snow and slush and bite deep into the surface. 

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