Car Battery Service & Replacement

Ideally, your car should last three to five years. However, your driving habits and how well you take care of your car will determine when you will need to get it replaced. It is time for you to get a new car battery if your engine starts slow. This is a sign that the battery cannot keep up with the demands that are being put on it.

You should also pay attention to your headlights. If they are not as bright as they should be, then you will need to check your battery

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Driving on Winter Tires Year-Round

Winter tires are designed for temperatures that are below 45 degrees Fahrenheit. They have an aggressive tread that is designed to help you grip the ice and snow. All of those features will provide you with the traction that you need to drive during the winter months. That is why it will be a lot easier for you to drive when there is a lot of snow and ice on the road.

Winter tires are great for the winter, but they are not meant for the summer months. Winter tires do not do well when the weather outside is hot…

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Keep These Tips in Mind When Driving in the Rain

Driving in rainy conditions can be more dangerous than many realize. Whether it's in Brunswick or in areas with less traffic, rain can cause visibility issues. Wet roads are often slippery and difficult to navigate. Here are some tips from Brunswick Mazda for driving in the rain.

Slow down when it's raining. Driving at a lower speed makes sliding less likely to occur. It also lets you focus better and gives you more time to react. Turn off your cruise control and turn on your headlights. Avoid high beams, though

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The Mazda CX-30 Is a Strong Performer

The Mazda CX-30 shines on many different levels. Its stylish and sophisticated while being competitively priced, and it has a powerful engine that makes it fun to drive. At Brunswick Mazda, we carry many trims of the CX-30, all of which are highly capable.

Under the hood of the Mazda CX-30, you'll find a Skyactiv-G 2.5-liter engine. This engine delivers 186 horsepower and 186 pound-feet of torque, which is more than enough to make the ride feel spirited. While the engine is paired with an automatic transmission, the

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Technology and Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirrors

Drivers should rely on rearview mirrors entirely to know what behind them, but the mirrors help. Their value diminishes when glare makes seeing the reflection in the mirror difficult, if not impossible. The arrival of auto-dimming rearview mirrors shows how innovation makes improvements. How do these mirrors work, though?

Technology allows the mirrors to perform their auto-dimming function. A "forward-looking sensor" picks up on light from other cars. Once the sensor notices the light, the mirror may then darken to reduce the glare.

 

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Tips for Increasing the Efficiency of Your Automobile

Even if your vehicle has excellent fuel efficiency ratings, there are things that you can do in order to boost these numbers. You'll be saving yourself time and money by not having to head to the gas station quite as much. Here are some tips from Brunswick Mazda.

Don't drive like you're on a racetrack. Go easy on that accelerator pedal so you don't guzzle gas. 

Purchase the fuel that is recommended for your specific vehicle by the manufacturer. You may have to step up to a premium fuel, but you can save money in the…

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Mazda CX-30 Performance Features

The Mazda CX-30 debuted during the Geneva Motor show in 2019 and wagon equipped with Four 2.5 liters cylinder engine and a 186 Horsepower. It also has a six-speed automated transmission and is enabled to choose gears wisely based on the current driving conditions. When shifting, it occasionally manifests some stumble. On a test track, the CX-30 picked up a speed of 60 mph on only 8.1 seconds more swiftly than any other turbocharged SUVs, including Rogue sport and Subaru Cross trek.

The CX-30 is a front-wheel drive, and it consumes about 25 mpg when driving around the…

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Charging a Car Battery

When recharging a car battery, a jump start is not the only way to recharge your battery. The following are a step by step procedure on how to charge a battery.

Trickle charger
This device delivers electricity to your battery at a slower rate. This is much better because it is useful when charging a battery than charging it fast.

Clean the battery terminals
One should clean the terminals by rubbing them with sandpaper, and one should make sure not to touch the airports because it can burn your skin.

Attach the charger cables
The car should be turned off…

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Gaskets

It's important to us as a dealership to make sure that vehicle owners like you know as much as possible about your vehicle, so today we'll be taking a look at gaskets; what are they and what do they do that is so important?

What is a Gasket?

A gasket is what creates a water-tight seal that cannot be penetrated to ensure that necessary fluids don't leak all underneath the hood or combine with other fluids while trying to get from point A to point B. A good example is the Head Gasket, which was made to…

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How to Change a Flat Tire

A flat tire can come at any moment for drivers in Brunswick. That's why it's important to be prepared with the right information and equipment. We here at Brunswick Mazda want to help you keep your vehicle on the road and out of harm's way.

No matter where your car breaks down, you need just a few basic tools and skills to get it back on the road. The key to quickly replacing a flat tire is getting your car onto a flat, level surface and out of the way of oncoming traffic. Then you can lift…

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