Buying the right car for your lifestyle can be a daunting task. Making sure the model you’re interested in has all the right technologies and plenty of interior space, not to mention comfort, is a lengthy list of necessities to fulfill.
Once you’ve found the right car, getting financing can be even more intimidating. At Hyundai of Longview, our slogan “You pick it out, we’ll work it out” rings true for all customers.
Getting the perfect car to handle everything the future holds doesn’t have to be a challenge if you shop at Hyundai of Longview. There’s a wonderful selection of new and used vehicles here.
Once you’ve picked out the right model, Hyundai of Longview is ready to help you find a financing plan that works for your budget. The financial experts at Hyundai of Longview will work their magic with lenders to get you the best available financing.
At Hyundai of Longview, customers aren’t walked through a revolving door. From the first time you step foot into our dealership to when you drive off the lot, our staff will work with you to make sure you’re comfortable every step of the way. If you’d like to talk with any of our helpful sales or financing specialists, please give us a call.
Texas may not see ice and snow very often in winter, but when it does, it can be disastrous. Since many Texans aren’t exposed to the winter elements, they often aren’t prepared to drive on slick roadways. Fortunately, we here at Hyundai of Longview have a few tips on how to prepare your car for a Texas winter.
Preparing your car is just as much about preparing yourself for what the upcoming season holds in store. Winter driving in Longview is only dangerous if slick roads come as a surprise. One of the best ways to avoid going in blind, so to speak, is to check the local weather prior to getting behind the wheel. Planning ahead, whether that means giving yourself more time or not going out all, can help prevent a potential accident from occurring at all.
Fill the Tank
Gas prices aren’t the cheapest they’ve ever been, but a full tank is a small price to pay if it means functioning fuel lines. If a gas tank is left below half full, moisture can collect and freeze in the fuel lines, effectively preventing the vehicle from starting. That’s a problem no Longview resident wants to run into!
Check the Battery
Cold weather means the battery has to work harder to start the car. Weak batteries may not have enough charge to do so, leaving you with a major problem on your hands, especially if you’re in a remote area. As a general rules, batteries should be replaced every three years, depending on how the vehicle is maintained and housed.