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4434 Old Seward Highway
Directions Anchorage, AK 99503

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2017 Kia Soul: Be the Life of the Party

Think driving your friends around town has to always mean piling into a little sedan? Thnk again. Powered by a new turbocharged 201-horsepower, 1.6L Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engine, the 2017 Kia Soul delivers the power and comfort you need for every trip, whether you're cruising down the freeway or pickup up neighborhood friends. And when the snows pile up, you can take performance-savvy to the next level when you adjust your Soul’s performance output on the fly with the available Drive Mode Select System.

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Keep Your Vehicle Running Safe & Efficient

When it comes time to trade in your car, truck or SUV —are you sure you'll be getting the most for your investment? After all, what you drive right now can be an important factor in determining what you drive in the future. That's why routine vehicle maintenance like oil changes, brake pad replacement, and coolant system cleanings are so important. They not only keep your vehicle running great all season long but protect its long-term health —making it a more valuable asset down the road.

 

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Sportage Named an Autotrader 2017 Must Test Drive

Recently, Autotrader named the fourth-generation 2017 Kia Sportage to their list of 2017 Must Trst Drive vehicles, earning the honor with its heady blend of design, driving dynamics, premium materials and advanced driver-assist systems.

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Listen to What Your Car is Telling You

Your car can't talk to you, so it uses other means of communication to relay messages to you such as through its sensors. The sensors on your dash can tell you if you need to get the oil changed (service engine) or if something needs to be serviced as with the check engine light. The check engine light will even blink if you need to take your ride in immediately, as it normally indicates a more serious problem. Otherwise, you still need to get your engine checked, but you don't need to go into panic mode just yet…
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Don't Wait Until you are up a Creek Without a Paddle

Don't ignore your brakes! Although they are seldom thought about, a lot is riding on them. And just like your oil has to be changed, your brakes need to be regularly serviced. Not as often, but still every 12,000 miles or if it's been over a year since they've last been checked. Don't wait until your car is squealing, grinding, or smells funky.

Other telltale signs are if your vehicle pulls to the side when you apply the brake, if you need more time to stop, or if your brake pedal goes all the way…
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