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Why Buy the Hyundai Santa Fe?

The new Hyundai Santa Fe is a popular crossover SUV that offers a little bit of everything drivers want- a classy design, tons of technology, safety features and great performance. Come to Hyundai Inland Empire and see why everyone is so excited about this new SUV.

With such a long list of features, it’s hard to know where to begin. This three-seat SUV comfortably seats seven passengers, or you can fold down the split-folding rear seats for extra cargo space. It offers more leg room and interior space than many other makes and even has heated and ventilated front…

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Experience Power and Style in the New Hyundai Tucson

You would like a vehicle that you can rely on to help you get through the streets of Loma Linda, CA and to work each day. You want a vehicle that you can take on trips. The new Hyundai Tucson is a powerful vehicle and something that will do a good job of meeting your transportation needs.

The Hyundai Tucson offers you a special engine with the power that you need to take on all kinds of travel plans. If you want a vehicle that will help you get up to speed quickly, you will get that with the new…

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Show Off Your Style in the Updated Hyundai Elantra

Over the years, the Hyundai Inland Empire team has seen a lot of changes occur to the Hyundai Elantra. This is a vehicle that started out very basic and very affordable. Now, the design is much more professional and you get even more for your dollar. We like to recommend this vehicle to many different people, and when we do, many people are interested and want to find out more.

This year's Hyundai Elantra comes equipped with an adequate engine that provides enough power to keep most consumers happy. This vehicle handles the road very well regardless of what…

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Key Things to Know About Jump Starting a Car

If you have battery cables, you can jump start your car using a car with a working battery. Our auto service technicians are pleased to provide some good advice on how to do this safely.

Bring the working car nose to nose with your vehicle, turning off the ignition on both cars. Attach the red/positive cable to your battery's positive terminal, doing likewise with the negative/black cable. Attach the opposite ends to their corresponding terminals on the working car battery. 

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What is a Thermostat?

The cooling system in your vehicle contains many parts. Some of these components are large, but others are relatively small in size. One key component that fits this bill in every regard is called the thermostat.

Your cooling system is charged with keeping cooling temperatures within tolerable ranges, and the thermostat is one of the parts that helps your system to maintain proper temperatures. When coolant temperatures are low, the thermostat prevents fluid from reaching the radiator. 

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Suspension Service Means Less Bounce and More Control

For many people, driving is more than getting from point A to point B. It is an opportunity to turn the music up and relax, as you get away from the stressors of your day. This is not likely to happen if your vehicle's suspension isn't performing as it should.

The purpose of your vehicle's suspension system is to reduce the impact of bumps and movement felt in the cabin. It also serves to provide greater handling and response as you navigate turns and other adverse road conditions. 

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Car Differential Guide: Check Your Fluids

Most drivers get their cars serviced whenever the light comes on. However, that may not be enough to keep you on the road. If you have more than 30,000 miles, you should also be checking your car's differential. This is a gear located at the front or rear wheel of your vehicle that powers your driveshaft. Without proper lubrication, your differential may work but cause significant damage to your driveshaft.

Car differentials need oil just like a car engine. Once you change your car's differential oil, you won't have to change it for another 30,000…

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Horsepower Terminology


Back in the 18th century, the term horsepower was created by James Watt, who was the originator of the steam engine. The term was actually created as a method of bragging about the level of power a certain steam engine produced and different manufacturers would boast about their level of horsepower. The term stuck around, and to date, vehicle manufacturers still list their horsepower numbers on the sticker of a new vehicle so people can get a good idea of how much power comes under the hood of a vehicle that they are shopping for.

 
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The 2018 Hyundai Elantra is a Car You Will Love


You are on a search for a car that you will fall in love with and one that you will love to drive. The 2018 Hyundai Elantra is a car that has much to offer and that will fit your needs well.
  • The 2018 Hyundai Elantra is an affordable car choice.
  • The 2018 Hyundai Elantra provides you with the option to add extras to your vehicle, such as heated seats.
  • The 2018 Hyundai Elantra is a safe car.
  • The 2018 Hyundai Elantra provides you with a comfortable seating position.
  • The 2018 Hyundai Elantra provides you with a smooth driving experience…
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4-Wheel or All-Wheel Drive, Which One is Right for You?

Trying to decide between a 4-wheel or all-wheel drive vehicle does not have to be a difficult decision. Here at Hyundai Inland Empire we will be happy to answer your questions and put you in the right car or truck to fit your needs. To make your decision easier here are few things you need to consider:

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