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Keep Your Tires Rolling Evenly

If you drive a car, you know that your tires are pretty important. You need to keep them properly inflated and the tread needs to be good. But did you know that tires will not wear down evenly as you drive? Over time tires tend to wear down and quite unevenly. That's why it's important to take your car to Tony Hyundai Honolulu to get your tires properly rotated.

If you're fuzzy on when you should get them done, you can check your owner's manual or ask one of us here at our Hyundai dealership.

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Fluids that You Should Check Periodically

Your vehicle needs a lot of maintenance to keep it running efficiently. The easiest way to do this is by checking fluids regularly to ensure that your car stays healthy. Keeping that in mind, here are essential fluids that you should check it frequently.

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The 2017 Hyundai Tucson Gives You Many Safety Features

Climb into a 2017 Hyundai Tucson to discover a wide assortment of advanced safety features! Every new Tucson features a rearview camera as well as additional safety technologies that help you navigate the streets of Honolulu, HI and beyond. There are other safety features that you can pick out for your SUV to help you stay safe, and here at Tony Hyundai Honolulu, we are eager to share several with you today.

  • The 2017 Hyundai Tucson gives you the chance to get set up with a Lane Departure Warning system that will help you to safely move from one lane…
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The Benefits of Lease End

There are true benefits to the end of your Hyundai lease. You will only be without a vehicle if you can't make a decision. We have an answer for that, too. Our finance department at Tony Hyundai Honolulu would love to give you details of these benefits. You have great choices available!

Lease A New Car

Who doesn't want a new car? You can keep the similar payments and drive away with a new vehicle. You can choose a similar model or something completely different. That's the power of leasing.

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Invest in Quality Service: Bring Your Car to the Shop

How much will it cost me? This is the first question most clients want to know when they take their car for servicing. Considering the cost of every expense is wise as it helps one to budget. Cheap service, unfortunately, can sometimes also be poor service. It can be worth it to invest in better service.

 

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Will You Drive Safe on Halloween?

Is your child excited about Halloween? It’s normal for children to get excited about this day as it's usually fun-filled. Their excitement can also be dangerous. Halloween is one of the worst days of the year for pedestrian-related accidents. If you go out driving on Halloween, there are some safe-driving tips you should follow.
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A Simple Method to Compare Buying vs. Leasing

Here's a simple method to help you decide on buying or leasing your next new car. Instead of basing your decision on normal maintenance, monthly payments, depreciation, or possible resale value, consider the type of personality you have. Leasing works best if you can't wait for the next iPhone, version of Windows, or the latest game console to come out. You do not get emotionally attached to things easily.

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Make Sure That You Are Covered

GAP insurance is a great thing. Even if you have insurance, you may still need to get it. Your insurance company will only cover the cost of what your vehicle is worth if your car gets totaled or stolen, but there could be gaps in coverage. If your car is worth $20,000, but you still owe $25,000 in car payments, your insurance company will pay the value of your car, but not the remaining $5,000. You are going to have to pay for that out of your own pocket.

 
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Regular Vehicle Maintenance Is Important

Buying a new vehicle can be a real rush. Just sitting behind the wheel can make you feel as if you are someone special and you don’t want that feeling ever to go away. However, with normal use, just like everything else your car will eventually start showing signs of wear and tear. To keep it running properly, you will need to follow the maintenance schedule spelled out in your owner's manual.

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