Blog

The F-TYPE convertible or hard top are both great options

So you have decided to buy a Jaguar F-TYPE SVR. The only question left to answer is whether to buy the coupe or the convertible? In upper New York, it may just be a decision based on weather but there are differences between the two vehicles.

There are plenty of sunny days that are perfect for driving with the top down. Both the coupe and convertible have a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that gets 575 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque—that’s an upgrade from the standard F-TYPE’s 296 horsepower.

 

read more
Categories: ,

Jaguar XJ: Exceptional Standard

At West Herr Jaguar, we know our clientele aren't picky drivers —they're intelligent connoisseurs. They know that driving isn't merely a means of transportation, but a matter of philosophy. That's why we're inviting you to explore the incredible new Jaguar XJ.
Image result for 2017 Jaguar XJ kbb

 

read more
Categories:

Why You Need to Wash Your Car

Few drivers enjoy having to wash their vehicles, but it is necessary to do from time to time. There are three main reasons that it is important to wash you car regularly:
  1. Washing your car can help to prevent rust. Sap, dirt and bird droppings can eat away at your vehicle's paint. If these elements make it through to the metal, then rust can potentially form, which can eventually damage the structural integrity of your car.
read more
Categories:

Behind Every Successful Road Trip, There Is A Plan

Taking a road trip without first preparing for it could be dangerous and a real heartbreak. First, you should bring your vehicle to our service center to make sure your car is ready for an extended drive on the open road. We will check all the fluids and adjust brakes, belts, and check out the vehicle thoroughly before you take your trip.
 
read more
Categories:

Tire Rotation is Highly Beneficial for Durability

Your tires will last for a much longer time when you get them rotated on a consistent basis. Even with normal driving, tires can wear down prematurely if they’re not rotated regularly.

If you have a front wheel drive vehicle, you’re that much more vulnerable for your tires wearing unevenly. Tires that are on a front wheel drive vehicle are the "pull" for your vehicle, whereas the rear tires are considered the trailer tires. The rear tires do less work, and therefore less tread is worn down...

read more
Categories: