Monday, October 6, 2014

Extend the Life of Your Vehicle

Buying a car is a big investment. That's why we have auto insurance for the big things to keep us covered. What about that nail on the road that just destroyed your tire? What about that rock the truck in front of you kicked up and cracked your windshield? Your navigation system stopped working? Forgot to budget in all those oil changes and scheduled maintenance?

Whatever you need, there is a warranty out there for you. Extended warranties are an affordable way to cover unforeseen expenses.

Platinum Vehicle Protection:
You could be the best driver in the world but guess what, the world isn't perfect. The Platinum Vehicle Protection program from Power Protect bundles Tire & Wheel Protection, Dent & Ding Protection, and Windshield Repair Protection. Nails, rocks, even shopping carts will no longer break the bank.

 A few key highlights:
  • No deductible - zero out-of-pocket cost for you at time of claim
  • No limit on number of occurrences or mileage
  • Covers damage caused by road hazards like glass, metal, potholes, debris, nails or blows outs.
  • Front windshield repair of chips and cracks caused by rocks and other road debris
  • Removes door dings and minor dents without harming your vehicle's factory finish
These things happen out of the blue and can add up. Be sure you are protected from the unexpected!
Vehicle Service Contract:
Power Protect has three available plans for comprehensive protection. Powertrain, Gold, and Platinum: 

I didn't realize you could buy coverage for your audio and navigation. Did you?! Plus amazing benefits like 24-hour roadside assistance, towing, rental car reimbursement, trip interruption coverage, and transferable coverage. Transferable coverage may add to your car value if you decide to sell your vehicle.

GAP Insurance:
GAP can be purchased on new and used vehicles. If you owe more than your car is worth you are upside down. Roughly half of people who finance their vehicle are upside down (source/more information). If your car is totaled your insurance company will only pay what the car is worth so GAP steps in and pays the difference between what you owe and what the car is worth.  Say you owe $25,000 for your car and your insurance determines the value to be  $21,500, GAP pays the bank the $3,500 so you don't have to. You'll barely notice the difference in your monthly payment but if you don't get it you will be hurting when the bank starts looking for their money.

Pre-Paid Maintenance:
Pre-Paid Maintenance is exactly what it sounds like. You pay upfront so that for the lifetime of your plan you don't have to worry about paying for your scheduled oil and oil filter changes. When you buy this plan you're essentially rolling the cost of your oil changes into your monthly car payment.

If you purchase all these plans when you finance your vehicle, you would be set up to have very few out-of-pocket expenses besides your your monthly payment. If you have any question give us a call at 940-243-6200.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Hyundai Sonata Open Campaigns

Hyundai makes every effort to create perfect vehicles every time. When they fall short it is Hyundai's desire to make it right. Below are two open campaigns for Hyundai Sonatas. If your car is affected by these campaigns please call us and we will work with your schedule to repair your vehicle as soon as possible.

Applicable Vehicles: 2011-2014 Sonata 2.0L and 2.4L (excluding Hybrid) with automatic transaxles.
This open safety campaign involves the automatic transaxle shift lever. The cable that connects the transmission range selector switch to the vehicle's shift lever pin may become disconnected, which could keep your vehicle from being able to go into the park position, preventing the vehicle from being started.

Applicable Vehicles: 2011 Sonata (YF) vehicles manufactured on December 11, 2009 through September 1, 2010.
This open safety campaign involves the brake tubes that may develop a leak over time. If the brake tubes leak sufficient brake fluid, the brake warning lamp in the instrument cluster will illuminate and longer stopping distance will be required, increasing the risk of a vehicle crash. Do not be alarmed, the brake warning lamp will illuminate before the condition is serious.

Repairing these conditions comes at no cost to you! The replacement part and labor is covered by Hyundai's commitment to quality and safety for the life of your car. Please make an appointment online at www.EckertHyundai.com or by phone at 940-243-6233.

Monday, September 15, 2014

2015 Hyundai Geneis Coupe


The Genesis Coupe is easy to look at. It's sleek curves will make you stand out in a crowd. You will love the speed and control you get behind the wheel.

Performance:
The 2015 Hyundai Genesis Coupe has a powerful 3.8L V6 GDI engine that gets up to 348 HP. This car also gets up to 25 MPG HWY. You and your friends will fit great with its 4 spacious seats. The Coupe also has a stronger frame giving you better handling and response.

Safety:
Safety is important. That's why Hyundai makes 6 airbags standard in this car. The Genesis Coupe is there for those scary moments when you accelerate and your wheels just spin or you drive on slippery roads. The available Torsen Limited-slip Differential works to get you maximum grip in those slippery situations. And because we don't actually have eyes in the back of our heads the available parking sensors embedded into the rear bumper will give you a warning sound when the car is getting too close to another object.

Technology:
The available 7-inch touchscreen allows you to use voice recognition for things like getting directions, that keeps your attention on the road keeping you safe. Blue Link has available technology including Automatic Collision Notification and Assistance, SOS Emergency Assistance and Destination Search powered by Google, plus many more. The hands on controls on your steering wheel make driving and doing easy. Make phone calls, change the radio, set your cruise control and drive safely knowing you'll never need to take your hands of the wheel.  

Monday, August 25, 2014

Back to School Driving Tips


As your high school or college student is getting ready to go back to school make sure they are thoroughly equipped. A lot can happen while driving and when you are not prepared it can be a scary situation, especially for newer drivers. It's extremely important to know how to check the car basics so we made a few how-to videos to make it simple for you and your children.

How to Jump Start Your Car:
It can happen to anyone! Even if your car is nice and new your battery can be drained overnight by accidentally leaving something on. Jump starting a car really is very easy but until you learn how you will be stranded when you get a dead battery.

http://youtu.be/WeBGmqib6dQ

How To Check Your Tire Pressure:
Checking your tire pressure regularly can be the difference between getting a flat and having to pay to replace a expensive tire or simply putting some free air in your tires. It's a no brainer, free is better than expensive any day.

http://youtu.be/4iYNpIhp5ps

How To Check & Fill Your Fluids:
Keeping up with your fluids is important. In this video we will show you where your fluids are located and how to fill them. Just a warning, the video is about 10 minutes long because he shows you how to actually do it. By then end of it you will be a pro!

http://youtu.be/9tOfBHqc6QA

Monday, August 18, 2014

2014 Hyundai Azera Review


The 2014 Hyundai Azera is an amazingly comfortable ride. With plenty of space, heated and ventilated seats, sun shades, and dual front automatic temperature control you may never want to leave your car. With great styling and an even better starting price you will love the Azera.

Performance:
Performance comes standard in the Azera with its 293 HP, 3.3L Gasoline Direct Injection DOHC V6 engine with Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing giving you the perfect combination of power and fuel economy. It comes with SACHS Amplitude Selective Damping suspension which means your car will drive smooth even when the road your on is not.

Safety:
Safety is a priority so the Azera doesn't hold back. It added a driver's knee airbag giving you 9 airbags for extra protection. The front seats are built to absorb shocks in the event of a rear-end collision. Since over 25% of accidents happen while in reverse the Azera's rearview camera comes standard. The Azera is also the largest front wheel drive sedan which makes it safer to drive in icy weather.  

Technology:
A smart steering wheel with cruise, audio, and phone controls comes standard along with Blue Link, a 6" color LCD display, and a Proximity Key that recognizes you so you never have to take your keys out of your pocket. The Azera has amazing available features like ventilated front seats, a Panoramic tilt-and-slide sunroof, power rear window sunshade, rear parking assistance system, and more.

The 2014 Hyundai Azera is one amazing car that you must experience. Call 940-243-6200 to schedule a test drive today. Click here to see our current Azera inventory.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Time to Accessorize

When you think about accessorizing your ride you probably think about huge rims and a flashy paint job. Accessorizing your vehicle doesn't have to be that intense, let's think smaller and more functional.
Tint:
Have you ever stepped into a car after its been in the sun all day long in the Texas summer heat with no tint? It's not a great experience. The steering wheel burns your hands and you can barely breathe. Tint can help protect against the summer heat. It also helps with privacy and protecting your interior.

Wiper Blades:
Wiper blades are not the most exciting accessory but they are essential. The summer sun and winter ice can really take a toll on your wiper blades. You don't want to get caught in a storm and not be able to see so be sure to get your wiper blades checked regularly.

DVD/GPS:
Most people have a GPS app on their phone these days but it can be dangerous looking down on your phone while driving. Also, a lot of cities are passing laws against phone usage while driving which means no more phone apps. It may be time to consider having your dealership install a aftermarket system. DVD players are a great addition for backseat entertainment. Kids will lose track of time and your family will be at the destination before you know it.

Organization:
A lot of people look like they live out of their cars with the stuff they keep in there. It's understandable in this "on-the-go" world we live in. Car organization can keep your car neat and tidy even with all your essentials in it. Click here to see what accessories Hyundai has for your car.
Ideas:
-Cargo Organizer (here's a great one!)
-Backseat Organizers (here)
-Backseat Organizer with tray (here)
-Seat Organizer (here)

With summer car trips happening it's time to get prepared and get organized. If you get our coupons mailed to you its time to check your mail! This month there was a coupon for 10% off Hyundai Genuine Accessories.
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