One bonus of the digital world is the price perks that come from surfing the web. Steamboat Motors is rewarding its internet customer by providing special internet sale prices on used cars as well as internet service and parts coupons.
Special low pricing is available on the following used models: 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe, the 2011 Toyota Venza, 2007 Ford Explorer, 2005 Jeep Wrangler, 2008 Ford Ranger, 2007 Ford Explorer, 2008 Jeep Compass, 2011 Toyota Camry, and 2008 Nissan Armada.
Customers at Steamboat Motors can also enjoy 25% off all the filters in stock. Drivers can also receive a complete cooling system service for the discount price of $155 using Steamboat Motors’ internet coupon.
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Steamboat Motors is announcing that all 2011 models must go! It is that time of year to move out the 2011 models and usher in the 2012 ones. Come to Steamboat Motors to get a great deal on the one of the following remaining 2011 model year cars:
- 2011 Ford Super Duty F-250 XL
2011 Ram 2500
- 2011 Ford F-150 Lariat
- 2011 Ford F-150 XL
- 2011 Ford Ranger XLT
- 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport
- 2011 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn
- 2011 Ram 2500 SLT
Don’t miss out on your chance to get one of these brand new 2011 models at Steamboat Motors!
Think that all minivans look the same? Think again. Chrysler unveiled the 700 C concept car at the North American International Auto Show and this minivan looks anything but average.
Designed to be lower to the ground and more aerodynamic, the Chrysler 700 C looks unlike any other minivan out there. The windows are artistic and modern and the hood is a jet black, in contrast with the silver metallic body.
Chrysler did not give much information about the 700 C and simply said that they wanted to survey the public’s reaction before reveling anything else about the concept car.
Either way, it looks like Chrysler has big plans for the future with this ultra-modern design.
The North American International Auto Show will soon showcase the new Ford Fusion with its innovative safety technology to help keep drivers in their lane while driving. Ford’s Lane Keeping System will debut on the first mainstream midsize sedan, the Ford Fusion. This technology will also be offered on the Ford Explorer in 2012.
When turned on by the driver, the Lane Keeping System activates a digital camera mounted on the windshield in front of the rearview mirror. This digital camera continuously scans the road to detect driver drowsiness and lane departure. If the camera senses this danger, the system immediately vibrates the steering wheel to alert the driver and steers the car back into its lane.
The Lane Keeping System works at speeds above 40 mph and is showcased with a little green car between two lanes on the instrument cluster. When driver drowsiness and lane departure is detected the car icon turns red and an audible chime goes off as well. Also in the instrument cluster is an alert gauge with a steaming cup of coffee. The closer the indicator gets to the cup of coffee, the more necessary it becomes for the driver to stop the car and rest.
Ford knows the importance of driving safety and is proud to offer features to help make this a reality.