What is a Powertrain Warranty vs. a Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty?

Car dealerships will offer you different warranties, including a maintenance package in some cases. However, what do these warranties actually do to protect your car? A powertrain warranty will protect the engine and transmission. Typically, these warranties have terms up to 60,000 miles, but each warranty is different. You should be able to read through the warranty and see what it's covering as well.

Bumper-to-bumper warranties cover everything else, including the audio system, air conditioning, electrical system, driveshaft, and other essential components...


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Your Tires Will Last Longer If You Regularly Rotate Them

Your tires serve one of the most important functions of your vehicle. And due to the nature of the job that they do for you, they will experience some of the heaviest wear and tear out of all of the systems on your car, truck, or SUV. Tires are certainly not cheap to replace, either. So it would only make sense that you would want to get as much life out of your tires as you possibly can.

The good news is that there are things that you can do to maximize the lifespan of your tires and get the…

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The Durango Offers Key Features for Buyers

The Dodge Durango is an ideal choice for those looking for an SUV with three rows of seats. In addition to the roomy interior, the Durango offers a smooth ride by including dynamic sway bars. Superior shock and spring rates also offer an enhanced level of comfort and ease of control while driving.

Your ability to steer your vehicle either through or around obstacles is complemented by an all-wheel drive (AWD) system. This makes it easier to gain traction on slick roads or while going up hills. It may also make it easier to gain traction or maintain control of…

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A Look at the Best Chrysler 300 Performance Features

The Chrysler 300 comes complete with some solid performance features. Perhaps the most important Chrysler 300 performance feature is its engine. There are two types of engines available under the Chrysler 300 hood. These are the Pentastar® V6 engine and the 5.7L HEMI® V8.

In addition, the Chrysler 300 features an advanced all-wheel drive system. The car also includes fuel saver technology. Safety and efficiency are enhanced with the Chrysler 300 responsive handling technology as well. Finally, this Ford model features a sport mode that makes driving more enjoyable in many ways.


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Dodge Offers The Only AWD Muscle Cars On The Market

Muscle cars are as American as baseball and apple pie. But for their entire history, they have been largely rear wheel drive. But now, with the rise in popularity of all-wheel drive (AWD) vehicles, one company is breaking out from the rest. That is why we here at Bayird Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Kennett want to introduce you to the new line of Dodge Chargers and Challengers! These AWD vehicles kick out an astounding 707 horsepower from their Hellcat models making them a force to be reckoned with on the road. The combination of pure muscle and the quality…
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The Ram 1500 Big Horn Was Designed With Real Truck Owners In Mind

All too often trucks are marketed for things other than downright performance. But when the rubber hits the road, truck owners just want their truck to be reliable and get the job done. That's why we here at Bayird Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Kennett want to be sure you know all about our brand new 2018 Ram 1500 Big Horn.

​This truck offers its owner up to 395 horsepower making it perfect for all of your towing needs. Plus, the Ram 1500 Big Horn will net you up to 27 miles per gallon which means it won't…
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Have kitty litter, sand, or salt in your vehicle in an emergency

We at Bayird Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Kennett think that it is important for drivers to be ready for the bad weather that winter often brings. Snow and ice can be treacherous to drive on, and there are some things that you can have available to you in your trunk to help you out in an emergency.

Salt can be spread on an icy or snow-covered area to melt the snow. This can help drivers who have icy build up in their driveways or parking spots. It will allow the tire to gain traction on the road instead of…
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There Are Differences in Four-Wheel-Drive and All-Wheel Drive

Many people will confuse the terms 4-wheel-drive and all-wheel drive. It is easy to feel that both terms are describing the same thing, but that is not quite true. While the ultimate goal is to provide power to all four wheels of a vehicle, the two terms describe different uses for each.

Four-wheel-drive has been available for quite a while, so most folks have heard of it. It is mainly used for pickup trucks and oversized off-road SUVs that operate in an off-road manner. It uses a split differential and a lower gear ration to achieve its result.
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Don't Waste Loads Of Money On A Vehicle - Read This First

There are literally millions of vehicles on the road at any point in time in the United States of America. People use them to get to work, school, the grocery store, and everywhere else in between. Without cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs - and anything else that's motorized, street legal, and features wheels - it would be difficult to live as an independent person.

Unless, of course, you live in a large city where taking public transportation is feasible, rather than riding buses around for hours at a time to get to a thirty minutes' drive away.

Anyways - there are plenty…
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Tires' Tread Is A Must

Tread is the molded exterior of a vehicular tire. It almost seems like tires were once flat, then had designs and patterns cut into their surface, although tires are actually molded into shape using pressurized equipment.

However they’re made, tread is integral to peak performance on the road. You should always know when to check your tires’ tread, as it can promptly reach a point that’s too short for driving as you’re supposed to. Anything shorter than 4/32 inches, tread-wise...
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