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Navigate life more easily with the Ford Escape

Having your hands full both literally and figuratively is something Quirk Auto Group knows our customers are familiar with. Your vehicle certainly shouldn’t contribute to your daily chaos. If anything, it should help you navigate each day with ease. That's why we suggest taking the wheel of the ultra-accommodating 2017 Ford Escape.


You have a lot on your hands. We have just the trick to make you feel unstoppable. #FordEscape

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Save On Your Next Service Appointment

We know that there are hundreds of auto body shops in the area that are trying very hard to get your business. You have trusted the Quirk Auto Group family to find you the perfect new or used car, truck, or SUV for you. Now we ask you to put your faith in us one more time and let our amazing team of technicians keep your vehicle running for many miles to come. Another benefit of bringing your vehicle to a Quirk Auto Group dealers is the saving!


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Don't Let Your Tires Wear Down Pre-Maturely

Do your tires need to be replaced?

Poor tires are hazardous to safety and fuel economy, so it's good to be able to identify when there's a problem. If left in poor condition, there are a number of negative things that can happen:

  • Your tires will have a harder and harder time finding traction, especially in poor weather
  • Driver-assist functions like pre-collision systems won't work as well
  • Your tires could suffer blowouts
  • You'll put stress on the rest of your vehicle
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Introducing the Smoother, Quieter 2018 Subaru Outback

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That was Subaru’s approach when updating the 2018 Outback. In spite of a few visual tweaks and now-standard LED daytime running lights, its looks haven’t changed much. But thanks to some fine-tuning to other areas of the car, including the cabin, this update makes an already stellar wagon better.

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Time to Come in for Battery Inspection

The battery in your car is working hard to ensure things like the navigation system, charging stations, stereo, and lighting, are all working perfectly each time you head on the road. To make sure your car battery is working at peak performance, see if you can spot any of these warning signs:
  • The engine is slow cranking over each morning.
  • The car horn sounds weaker than you remember it being.
  • There is a very strange odor coming from the battery compartment.
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Keep Your Family Safe on Your Road Trip

To make certain your family is as safe as possible during your road trip, you have to make some necessary precautions today. These tips could help you to keep moving down the road.
  • Bring a good flashlight and plenty of new batteries in case the car has trouble at night.
  • Keep a gas can in your trunk so you can get fuel in an emergency.
  • Pack a bunch of road flares to alert drivers your car is disabled.
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Be Extra Prepared for an Emergency

If you don't already have an emergency kit in your vehicle, then it's time to get one put together. Having a well-stocked and prepared roadside emergency kit in your vehicle at all times can save your life one day. You should have the tools you need to change a tire, a First-Aid kit, nonperishable food items, and bottle water. You should also have a tow rope, jumper cables, and flares or reflective triangles. If you live in or travel to areas that get colder, then you will want to pack warm blankets, an ice scraper, sand or cat…
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Fuel Economy Is A Must

As all good drivers know, fuel economy is a must especially in the economic world we live in right now. The question is, what can a driver do, to help make sure he gets the best fuel economy they can?

First you want to check your tire pressure on a regular basis. If your tires are under inflated you will not get the best mileage per gallon.

Second use your cruise control as much as possible, it keeps your speed at a certain level which helps you to achieve better miles per gallon.

Third make sure you are putting the…
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