A car is a machine that wears out over time. Many drivers feel like their car is like a family member, and letting go is hard. There will come a time when the repairs cost more than the vehicle is worth. This is the time to replace the old one with a new car. If you think your car has a bit of life left in it and are wondering when to buy a new car, here are some things to consider.
Signs That a New Car is Needed
1. Frequent Breakdowns: An old car will need repairs more often and this should be expected. If it happens very...continue reading
As Jeep introduced the 5th generation of the Grand Cherokee, they also added a three-row option to the lineup. The 2021 Grand Cherokee L takes design cues from the Wagoneer but is a Cherokee at heart.
With a seating capacity of six or seven people, two engine options, and three different trains, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L also gets major tech upgrades. Available in Laredo, Limited Summit, and Overland trims, this new Jeep is a welcome change to the lineup.
But do not be fooled by the third row - it...continue reading
The Dodge Challenger is still ruling the roost as a muscle car in 2021. It is available in several trim levels and options customize the vehicle to suit your personality. There are several choices in engine configuration, too. Wouldnt you like to know more about the various packages to take your drive to a new level?
2021 Dodge Challenger Packages
Blacktop: This is designed to help you rule the road. This package includes gloss black 20-inch aluminum wheels, crosshair grille, side mirrors, badging, and...continue reading
Every year, the automotive market is abuzz with the debut of new vehicles and features. This year is no different and there is a lot to look forward to in the Jeep vs. Ford face-off. Many experts were sure that there wouldn't be a new 2021 Jeep Wrangler. And if you go by the hype from Ford, the 2021 Ford Bronco is the superior vehicle. Well, let us see how these two measure up against each other.
2021 Jeep Wrangler vs. 2021 Ford Bronco
Engine Options: The Bronco offers two choices in engine and horsepower...continue reading
OEM, short for Original Equipment Manufacturer, stands for vehicle parts produced by the vehicle manufacturer. If you are looking to replace parts of your Jeep, Chrysler, Ram, or Dodge vehicle, then it is important that you use only OEM parts.
Genuine OEM parts are produced using the strictest quality standards. Since they are produced by the original manufacturer, you can expect them to be efficient and durable.
When you visit Hillsborough CDJR for your routine maintenance or repair, be assured that youll get only...continue reading