Jaguar

Jaguar Buffalo

10 Campbell Blvd.
Directions Getzville, NY 14068

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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.
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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.
 
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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...

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Don't Wait to Get Your Windshield Repaired

There are many of things that could go wrong with your car. Some you can control, and others you can't really help. One subject you may have to deal with is the problem with windshields. You may find that your car gets a crack in the glass. If that happens, you should promptly make an appointment with us at Jaguar Buffalo in Getzville, NY, and we can help you get back on the road...

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How to choose the right tires for your car

Your tires are like the feet of your car, and just as you don't want a pair of shoes that doesn't fit right, you also don't want tires that don't fit right. Here are some tips on choosing the right tires.

Right size
Choosing the right size tire for your car is pretty easy. The tires on your car should have the size right on the sidewall, and the size you need also is in your owners manual. If for some reason you don't know what size you need, our dealership's service center can…
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Doesn't Leasing A Car Mean It's Not Yours?

In a sense, leasing is not complete ownership. But buying and leasing are as similar as they are different. With leasing, you agree to pay a certain amount per month for a length of time. This is called the term of the lease. The title is retained by the dealer, but the vehicle is registered to you, and you are responsible for the insurance and maintenance.

With purchasing, the bank retains the title, and the vehicle is registered to you, and you are responsible for the maintenance and insurance. When the term is over in a purchase, you get the…
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Why doesn't my car drive the same?

So you have had your car a while. You took your time and picked out the perfect car and loved your choice. That is, at least in the beginning. Instead of trading that car in and just giving up on your love for your perfect ride, make sure that you have done everything to maintain your car's performance. A maintenance schedule is included with your car. You should be getting reminders for scheduled maintenance. Even if you're not receiving reminders you can always check your owners manual for specific recommendations for your car.
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Protecting Your Car and Your Investment

Buying a new car is an exciting experience. You want to preserve your investment and keep it as new as possible for as long as possible. The moving metal parts of your engine are separated from one another by a paper thin barrier of oil. Oil is the basic lubricant that keeps your car’s engine going smoothly.
Conventional oil is a blend of natural oil and chemical additives. As the name stipulates, synthetic oil is a combination of chemicals designed to imitate conventional oil. The vehicle maintenance schedule details what work is to be done on your car and…
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