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BEST OF THE BEST 2010 Top Auto Makers


BMW of North America, LLC Chrysler LLC Ford Motor Company General Motors Company Honda North America, Inc. Hyundai Motor America Mercedes Benz USA, LLC. Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Nissan Co., LTD Toyota Motor Corporation Volkswagen of America


n Schedule regular maintenance for your car as recommended


in the owner’s manual. Keeping your car in good running order saves money in the long run - it can improve performance and gas mileage as well as prevent costly breakdowns. Keep the phone number of your local independent shop as handy as your doctor and dentist contact information. And make those vehicle maintenance appointments as routine as making all other family appointments.


n Make sure both the parts and labor come with a warranty. n Ask about the quality and brand of parts to be installed in


your car and then research the brand - search the Web, ask a neighbor, phone a friend - but do your homework.


The last point is particularly important because the quality of


the part can have a great bearing on the safety of the vehicle. Unfortunately, many poorly-made parts from off-shore suppliers have found their way into the market. The installation of these cheaply-made parts into a consumer’s car can compromise the performance and safety of the vehicle. The cheaper parts also tend to fail earlier, often costing more money and grief for the consumer. Parts from recognized, brand name suppliers always meet and


often exceed the quality of those of the original manufacturer. That is why, the smart woman asks about the parts being installed in her car. She will always insist on parts from a recognized and trusted manufacturer. It is always smart to “know your parts” when it’s time for car maintenance.


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Top Autos for 2010


Acura MDX Audi Q5 Buick Enclave Chevrolet Traverse Chrysler Sebring Ford Fiesta Ford Fusion Hybrid Ford Transit Honda CR-V Hyundai Genesis Hyundai Sonata


Infiniti EX


Lexus RX 350 Lexus RX 450h Lincoln MKT Mercury Milan Hybrid Nissan Xterra Subaru Outback Toyota 4Runner Toyota FJ Cruiser Toyota Sequoia Toyota Tacoma


Autos to Look at for 2011


Chrysler Town & Country Hyundai Elantra


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