Car Dealerships Offer Quality Through Services That Go Above and Beyond Customers’ Expectations

While many modern car and truck buying customers are happy to find an automobile dealership that offers them all opportunities to save time, money and energy, some car dealerships go a few steps beyond those expectations. With services that include an online search tool to find the perfect car, as well as a regularly updated standard list of available vehicles and an on-site financing professional, most customers walk away from their quality car dealership in Orlando with a high-quality used car and feeling extremely satisfied

Taking Automobile Dealerships In Interesting Directions

Thanks to a lot of ingenuity and commitment to creating a highly functional automotive oasis, many auto dealerships are adding some unique features:

  • Customer Car Sales. Customers do not even need to buy a car from a particular car seller to participate in a program that lets them sell their vehicle for a fair price to the car dealership. These auto sales lots offer customers free appraisals of their car, truck, SUV, motorcycle, camper, recreational vehicle and even watercraft. The customer and auto dealership associate will discuss what they would each like to achieve from the arrangement and if they both think they will feel satisfied by their transaction. Most of the time, appraisals only take 30 minutes, or only slightly longer, so busy customers have their answers right away then decide whether they want to sell their vehicle or trade it for something else. Customers can start the process by filling out an online form to save even more time.
  • Auto Spas for Meticulous Detailing. Most car owners understand the value of keeping their automobile in top condition for pride of ownership, as well as looking toward the future for possible resale value. Car owners can get a sheen that makes walking out to their car feel like a brand new experience. Most auto dealers offer several tiers of cleaning and detailing services, so customers can have just as little or much cleaning and detailing as they feel is necessary to rejuvenate their reliable vehicle, giving it a renewing shimmer, sheen and glow. Customers can choose a simple wash and vacuum, or they might choose to add some wax. At the top-tier, customers can choose a thorough detailing that restores a car to like-new condition, inside and out. Most auto dealers provide a full menu of services for this attractive feature on their website.

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5 Must-Have Vehicle Accessories

Everyone loves to put their own personal touch on things they own, a vehicle is no different.  Beyond the decals, stuffed animals and dashboard bobble heads, these are the top five accessories that can give you a better driving experience.

Navigation

Navigation systems use Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites to pin-point the car’s location and built-in maps to find addresses and get directions. Some can even route you around traffic jams! With a navigation system, it’s virtually impossible to get lost — if you make a wrong turn, the system figures it out right away and updates the route. Many new cars are offered with navigation, but there are a plethora of portable add-on units that offer more features at surprisingly low prices. Newer units also give details about gas prices at nearby stations, menus for nearby restaurants, and posted speed limits.

Bluetooth

Most states have a hands-free mobile phone law, including Maryland.  Bluetooth hands-free system should be considered a must-have. Many cars offer built-in systems that turn the car into a giant speakerphone, but a small headset that fits into your ear works just as well. Bluetooth allows you to keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road, where they belong.

Rear-View Camera

Years ago, when cars were lower, longer and wider, it was a lot harder to back into something — but today’s more aerodynamic designs and safety regulations mean that rear visibility has taken a back seat. Side and rear-view windows are sometimes smaller and tilted in a way that hinders a clear view of what’s around your car. A rear-view camera (also known as a backup camera) lets you see what is immediately behind the car; they can prevent you from backing over something or, more importantly, someone. And they also make parallel-parking a cinch.

Tire Pressure Gauge

This may seem like a rather low-tech device for this list, but it’s important. Tires lose air pressure over time (around 3% per month) and as the temperature drops (3% per 10 degrees). Low tires use more fuel and are more likely to have a blowout. With a tire gauge, you can check the pressure yourself and make sure that your car drives more efficiently — and more safely. To learn your car’s optimum tire pressure, check the owner’s manual, or the driver’s side door jamb, which usually has a sticker stating correct pressure for both front and rear tires.

OnStar

You may have seen the commercials for OnStar — one push of a button connects you to a live operator who can help you with directions, roadside assistance, and can even remotely unlock your car should you happen to leave your keys inside. But what makes OnStar really worth having is its collision detection system. If you have an accident, OnStar automatically calls for help, reporting your car’s exact position using a built-in GPS (Global Positioning System), allowing the OnStar people to send help. Even if you don’t know where you are, OnStar does. OnStar is standard on General Motors cars, but if you’re not driving GM you can buy the OnStar FMV rear view mirror unit for about $100.

Evolution Auto
1300 Rinehart Road
Sanford, FL 32771
407-688-5888

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