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Explore the 2017 Jaguar XE’s Outstanding Performance Instincts

An entry-level model should never portray itself as a compromise. That’s the rule of the road in the world of luxury performance, and the 2017 Jaguar XE has hit on a winning formula in this sense. Designed to be untamable, lavish, and fun, the XE retains the brand’s cat-like instincts while delivering a prestigious appeal.

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Have You Rotated Your Tires Lately?

Your car is one of the most expensive items you own and you want to make sure it gets the maintenance it needs. You most likely take your car in for regular oil changes but did you know that you should also be rotating your tires every 6,000-8,000 miles, or every six months?
 
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MotorWeek Falls Head-Over-Heels for High-Octane 2017 Jaguar F-TYPE

We here at Jaguar El Paso were wondering: have you had a chance to check out our esteemed British automaker's sports-car sensation, the 2017 F-TYPE? Well, if not, we hate to be the bearers of bad news, but:

You more than likely are missing out.

Not to worry though, as our pals at MotorWeek are here today to help you play catch-up. Tag along with them in the clip below:

Though far from the most muscular engine in the F-TYPE fleet, the entry-level supercharged 3.0-liter V6 is nevertheless a gem.

Standard on the Base and Premium trims, the…

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9 Reasons Your Check Engine Light Might be On

The check engine light on your car is the way that manufacturers let you know that there is a problem with your car. Therefore, you need to come see us very soon when this light illuminates. Here are the common parts that are related to a check engine light:

  • O2 sensor
  • Spark plug wires and plugs
  • Catalytic convertor
  • Gas cap
  • Thermostat
  • Ignition coils
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What Happens During Brake Servicing?

Dependable brakes and vehicle safety go hand in hand. If your brakes are in need of repair, you can generally expect the following when taking your vehicle in for servicing:

  • Brake pad replacement (usually done every 20,000 to 60,000 miles)
  • Caliper pin or brake caliper replacement if necessary
  • Brake rotor polishing (or replacement if needed)
  • Brake fluid flush (30kmiles and every two years recommended)

Of course, brake services can cover a lot of areas.

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