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The Beautiful Volvo V90

Who says that wagons aren't stylish? The new Volvo V90 is the epitome of style and sophistication. The popular luxury wagon is available at Volvo Cars of Burlingame. It is beautifully designed to turn heads wherever you go in Burlingame.

The shape of the V90 is very aerodynamic. The wagon is long and features subtle slopes. 

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Parking Assist Technology in the Volvo XC40

We here at Volvo Cars of Burlingame are very excited to introduce drivers in Burlingame to the new Volvo XC40. This popular luxury subcompact SUV has some great technology to make your life easier. Instead of struggling to get in or out of tight parking spots, you can let the XC40 do all the hard work for you.

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Why ASE Certification is Important

If you’re in need of some automotive services, there are several reasons why you should come to Volvo Cars of Burlingame and let us take care of you and your vehicle. We offer a staff of ASE-certified automotive technicians who can deal with any issue your vehicle may have. Stop and see us today.

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Using Pennies to Get New Car Tires

Tires work hard for your vehicle, and just from natural use, the tires wear out. Driving around on old or worn tires is dangerous, so make sure you know the signs that it's time to get some new wheels.

Pennies don't get you very much most of the time, but they could be the key to you getting new tires by letting you know when your current wheels are no good. 

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Explore Burlingame with the New Volvo XC90 R-Design

Keeping up with your vehicle's maintenance schedule is essential. You should know when you need to change your oil, when to get an engine tune-up, and when to switch out your air filter. The latter is a commonly overlooked maintenance task that can have a big effect on comfort and performance.

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Explore Burlingame with the New Volvo XC90 R-Design

Adaptive Cruise Control allows the driver to maintain a safe distance between them and a slower vehicle. Enjoy smooth driving from a standstill to 120 mph. To enjoy Adaptive Cruise Control simply select your desired speed and distance from the car in front of you and let the car do the rest.

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Understanding Auto Finance

There are a lot of terms that get tossed around when you're getting financing for a car. Having a good understanding of different words can help you make informed decisions when getting a loan on a car.

Everyone has a credit score that can influence the type of loan they're able to get. While there's no actual number that defines good credit, anything over 700 will qualify you for many loans. 

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The Importance of Maintaining Suspension

Whether you drive in the city on roads full of potholes or take your truck on rough dirt roads, maintaining the suspension is important in keeping the ride comfortable and the steering accurate. Hitting curbs and other obstacles can damage suspension components and increase the rate of wear on many different parts of your vehicle.

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Read Here to Tell If Your Vehicle's Ignition Needs Service

If you are having problems starting your vehicle, your ignition may need to be serviced. It can be difficult to tell which component is malfunctioning, which is why we have explained a few signs that can help you determine if it's the ignition.

If you observe a grinding noise when you try to start your engine, the starter drive gear could have excessive wear.

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The Truth About Motor Oil

Motor oil plays a critical role in keeping your car's engine healthy. It lubricates metal parts so that they can move without scratching each other or creating a lot of friction. You may have heard that you have to change the oil before a long trip. This is not necessarily true unless it has been 5,000 miles or more since your last oil change.

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