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Explore Our Vast Selection of Pre-Owned Vehicles

 

You're excited about the prospect of purchasing a new vehicle. You love all the options available to you here at Page Honda Bloomfield. From the roomy Honda CR-V to the versatile Honda Civic and more, there's a perfect Honda awaiting you among our new inventory! But what if, like many car shoppers here in the greater Bloomfield Hills area, you don't want to spend a lot of money for your next vehicle? If that's the case, you'll love our comprehensive selection of pre-owned cars!

 

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Powertrain Vs. Bumper to Bumper Warranties

An informed car buyer will typically get the most out of his or her car throughout its lifetime. That is why our experienced team here at Page Honda Bloomfield want to give you the basics about two very different types of warranties. Powertrain and bumper to bumper warranties are often used interchangeably in conversation but are actually quite different.

A powertrain warranty only covers the powertrain of the vehicle if it should fail before a certain mileage or certain time frame is exceeded. Conversely, a bumper to bumper warranty covers far more components of the car from the...

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How to Replace a Flat Tire

If you have been waiting to learn how to change your tire, then you need to have the right tools. You can get a lug nut wrench, jack, spare tire, and wheel wedges. This allows you to set up your vehicle so that it's safe and stationary. Once you have placed the wheel wedges, your car should be ready to go for a spare tire change.

You don't want to get stuck on the side of the road. If you look in your trunk, you probably have a spare tire, lug wrench, and jack. You can place the…

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A Quick Lesson About Jumpstarting Your Car

There is nothing worse than hopping in your car when you are getting ready to drive to work and your car will not start after you turn your ignition a few times. If you have a friendly neighbor with jumper cables, you can quickly get back on the road by jumpstarting your car's battery. Here is a quick DIY about jumpstarting your car.

When you use jumper cables, you will need to attach the red clamp on the cables to the positive post of your car's battery. Next, you will attach the black clamp on the cables to…

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Motor Oil Myths

When it comes to the motor oil that you put into your vehicle, quality is very important. This is a component of your vehicle that will greatly affect how your vehicle runs but it also protects your overall investment. You probably have received some advice over the years regarding your motor oil but don't always believe what you hear. There are some facts regarding motor oil but also some myths that you should be aware of so you don't make some bad decisions regarding your vehicle. Let us here at Page Honda Bloomfield dispel some myths about motor…

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Could the Weather Be Draining Your Car's Battery?

Did you know that both extreme heat and extreme cold could be draining your car's battery life? When your car's battery is exposed to a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit, it loses about 20 percent of its cold cranking amps. If the temperature drops all the way down to -22 degrees Fahrenheit, it loses half of its capacity.

Hot weather is also bad for batteries, but for a different reason. Extreme heat evaporates some of the electrolyte solutions in the lead-acid battery. When the air temperature is 92 degrees Fahrenheit, the battery has lost half of its capacity…

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Choosing the Right Drivetrain for Your Needs

At times in the past, nearly every vehicle was a rear-wheel drive type, and it was the standard in passenger vehicles over many decades. Front wheel drive became popular in US vehicles in the 1980's. There are advantages to front and rear wheel drive. Rear wheel drive is likely more expensive, but it offers superior performance and better handling, particularly when cornering.

Local Bloomfield Hills, MI area drivers have a wide variety of uses for their vehicles. Front wheel drive vehicles offer better traction in snow and slippery road conditions than rear wheel vehicles.

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Move Over and Give Others Space When Driving

When you are moving along on your way home from work, and you notice someone pulled over at the side of the road, you should check if it is safe for you to switch lanes and then move to give them space.

If you see an emergency vehicle coming up behind you, you should move over and slow your vehicle or bring it to a stop. There are laws regarding the driving that you do and the emergency vehicles that are around you, and you should be careful to follow them.

Move over when it makes sense to do so…

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Stay Safe by Keeping Your Gas Tank Full in the Winter Time

When the weather outside is cold, and you are looking to start your vehicle up and go home, you have to know that it will run well for you. You cannot risk something happening and your vehicle failing to get you home. It is important for you to keep your gas tank full in the winter to avoid potential problems.

Your gas tank should be full so that the gas lines in your vehicle do not freeze up. You should not let your tank run down so that it is almost empty in the cold months, as that can cause…

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