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Mazda6: Wheel Control and Braking Safety

The Mazda6 comes equipped with control and safety features for all driving conditions. Whether you drive in the busy city or through ever changing weather conditions, Mazda has incorporated platforms, sensors, and technology to help get you to your destination safely.

Braking is one of the most important safety features in a car. If you have ever had to stop suddenly, you know how important having a fast responding vehicle is. Mazda uses the Smart City Brake Support. The system works in correlation with front sensors. If a car or object is becoming too close to the Mazda...
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What is the Difference Between a Powertrain and Bumper-to-bumper Warranty?

Before you purchase your next new vehicle, you should know all of the facts to stay informed. That’s why our team here at Grieco Mazda of Delray Beach want to take the time to go over the difference and benefits of both warranties.

Powertrain warranties generally cover your engine, transmission, and other parts of the propulsion system. Depending on the powertrain warranty, it can also cover components like the driveshaft as well. Bumper-to-bumper warranties, on the other hand, cover a wide range of systems such as the electronics, audio, suspension, and more.

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Simple and Safe Way to Change the Flat Tire on Your Car

The most important thing to remember when you get a flat is to move the car on the rim to a safe spot off the roadway. The vehicle should be in park and emergency brake engaged before working on the car.

Loosen the lugs slightly on the flat tire, then it is safe to jack the car high enough to loosen them the rest of the way. Remove the flat tire, and place the spare tire in its place. Tighten the lugs only enough to secure the tire to the brake rotor. Lower the jack slowly, then tighten the lugs…

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Should You Choose Summer or All-Season Tires This Season?

Everyone knows that you should have tires that are the correct size and have the correct ratings for your specific vehicle. However, you may not know that there are specific tires that are designed to be used in certain weather and road conditions, depending on the climate where you live.

Summer tires are meant to perform best in hot and rainy conditions. These tires are made of compounds that will retain their shape in the heat. They also have a shallower tread with solid ribs that are continuous, for a better grip on the road. All-season tires are meant to…

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What Will You Listen to in the Mazda CX-3?

The Mazda CX-3 is a subcompact crossover SUV that's connected to hundreds of music channels. You could listen to your favorite tunes on seven speakers that are designed by Bose.

All of the entertainment options in this family-friendly car are accessible through the signature Mazda Connect infotainment system. With a touch of a button or turn of an electronic dial, you could browse an array of stations on SiriusXM Satellite Radio and HD Radio. This high-tech vehicle also lets you stream internet broadcasts on Aha, Pandora and Stitcher Radio.

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How does Mazda use HMI in the MX-5 Miata?

For years now, industries have turned to the notion of a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) to improve automation. Mazda has expanded the use of HMI in the MX-5 Miata by placing the information for navigation, fuel consumption, miles to destination, music available, and other specialized driver concerns in front of the driver to make driving a simpler process.

For safety reasons, Mazda moved the HMI display units to two locations where the driver is naturally looking while driving to minimize distractions. One is for entertainment and other outside information.

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Safely Test the Car Battery with the Voltmeter

To safely test your car battery using a voltmeter, be sure you have a wire brush, some work gloves, and protective eye-wear.

Put on your safety glasses and gloves, and once the engine is off, clean the battery terminals with the wire brush.

Now that you have clean contact points, use the voltmeter red cable to attach to the positive battery terminal. 

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A Quiet Exhaust System is A Good Exhaust System

There are important reasons to make sure that your exhaust system remains in peak operating condition. To begin with, the exhaust system keeps poisonous and toxic gases from entering the interior of your car. The exhaust system also keeps your car operating more fuel efficiently. Thirdly, your exhaust system helps to reduce the carbon emissions from entering the environment.

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Which Mazda CX-9 will you choose?

With four different trim options available, this popular 3-row SUV has a style available for a variety of personalities. But which trim will you choose?

Standard on each trim model of the 2018 Mazda CX-9 is a 250-HP 4-cylinder engine that provides up to 310 lb-ft of torque. This can give you the power you need along with the fuel efficiency to save on trips to the pump with up to 28 mpg on the highway.

With three rows of seating you can seat up to seven passengers to get you to your destination. When you need extra storage space…

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Poor Gas Mileage may Predict Exhaust Leaks

If you’ve noticed a drop in your gas mileage lately, gas leaks or old spark plugs may not be the problem. Rather, your leaky exhaust system may be causing your mileage woes, and in that case, you'll need to schedule a visit to our auto repair shop soon.

Exhaust systems that develop leaks can make it harder for engines to aspirate. The extra energy that such motors must expend can produce a precipitous drop in gas mileage. In addition to poor gas mileage, overworked motors can age quickly and develop a raft of related problems. 

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