Parks Lincoln of Gainesville

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The 2018 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Redefines Performance

The wave of midsize sedan vehicles is just getting started. That is why our team here at Parks Lincoln of Gainesville are so eager to introduce you to the brand new 2018 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid. It stands out with its twin turbocharged V6 engine that puts out an astounding 400 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful hybrids on the road today.

This vehicle was also designed with drivers in mind. Instead of a tiny hybrid that people are used to seeing, this midsize sedan comes equipped with 19-inch wheels that carry you through traffic with style and grace…

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Explore Lincoln MKC Design Features

The MKC was introduced by Lincoln at an auto show in 2013. This compact premium crossover SUV continues a popular choice because of its overall size and luxury. Lincoln includes many sophisticated design features in the Lincoln MKC. Among them are ambient lighting and auto folding power mirrors.

When you're ready to choose a different interior lighting, simply decide on one that suits your mood. The lighting is visible from the front cup-holder console, front and rear footwells, door-release handles, and the storage pockets on the front door. You're provided with seven color options. 

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Great Tips for DIY Headlight Restoration

Have you ever heard of baking soda and vinegar revolutionizing the appearance of headlamps but never understood the technique behind the magic? Read on to find out how you can bring your headlights back to life by mixing a few home products and applying yourself to the cleansing process.

You can begin your purifying session by mixing a bit of detergent with water. It is essential that you make sure that there is enough soap mixed in with the water before you add baking soda and vinegar. 

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How Keeping Your Lugs in Good Condition can Fight Hydroplaning

Whether you drive a car, truck, or SUV, your vehicle likely weights several thousand pounds. Keeping this rolling weight controlled during operation is a prime concern, and your tires are on the front lines of the battle for traction.


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Drive Straight: Have Your Car Alignment Checked

As a car owner, you may notice that while driving, your car is pulling to the right. Perhaps there is a slight vibration with the steering wheel, helping you realize it is time for an alignment. What exactly are the auto mechanics fixing to make sure your car is properly aligned? Below are some explanations of what is involved in an alignment:

  • Camber - Camber refers to the angle of the tire when looking at it from the front of the vehicle. If the tire is tilting too much inward or outward, then the camber needs to be adjusted. 
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New Year: New Lincoln Navigator

The start of the new year is an excellent time to purchase a new vehicle, and the 2018 Lincoln Navigator is a great choice for all lifestyles. Listed below are some of the features available on the 2018 Navigator:

  • Drive Modes - The Lincoln Navigator features six drive modes that the driver can easily select by turning a knob. The different drive modes make driving in all kinds of conditions safer and easier to handle.
  • Adaptive Suspension - The 2018 Lincoln Navigator features an adaptive suspension that ensures a smooth ride on varying road surfaces and conditions. 
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Stop Spending Too Much on Oil Changes

The 3,000-mile rule has been followed by responsible automobile owners for decades because their parents and grandparents followed it. The difference between you and the older generation is advanced auto technology. Mechanical technology and improved synthetic oils extend oil change schedules from 3,000-miles to 7,500 miles for a car or truck built in the last 20 years.

To be sure, check your vehicle’s owner’s manual. In the owner’s manual, you can learn about the appropriate oil change schedule for your make and model.

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Buy Replacement Parts that Last Longer for Your Vehicle

Most of us may not be aware of what parts are going into our vehicle when we take it to the repair shop. If we are using a dealership for our maintenance, more than likely we are getting factory authorized parts. If not, and you are going to the neighborhood garage, you may be getting discounted parts that may not be up to speed with what your vehicle needs.

The original parts that came with the car when you purchased it are the best, and you will usually get them from the dealer if you have your work done there…

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What to Check Before You Start Your Road Trip

Before you hit the road for your planned road trip, you need to check the following issues on your car to ensure your safety and that you enjoy a smooth road trip. Our professionals at Parks Lincoln of Gainesville will check your car to ensure it is in good conditions for your road trip. Among other factors they will inspect are:

Visit our professionals to help your car remain in the right condition for an…

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Why Should You Get Your Car Serviced at the Dealership?

Of course there are many places in town where you can get your car serviced. There are plenty of sole proprietorships that do excellent work as well as brand names auto servicing establishments. The mechanics here at Parks Lincoln of Gainesville, however, specializes in the brand name of the automobile that you are currently driving. They have factory trained mechanics who know more about your car than anyone else in the world. They back their work with the guarantee that it will be diagnosed and completed the right way.

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