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Discover The All-New 2019 Volvo V60 Momentum

Discoveries have led to many important findings in ancient grounds across the world. Imagine what discovering the 2019 Volvo V60 Momentum trim features will do for you. Discover what makes this midsize luxury wagon so popular.

The Volvo V60 is carrying itself with a boisterous attitude sporting prominent exterior features by offering many delightful specs such as the distinct grille, integrated roof rails for usability and style, and an elegant charcoal black finish found in the overall design. Plow through the terrain with confidence by using the distinct LED headlights boldly....

 

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The Volvo XC40 has Style and Luxury

Explore the many trim options on the popular Momentum XC40 compact SUV. The XC40 comes in three different trim styles that enable you to express your individuality. On the inside, the nine-inch touchscreen control center lets you choose anything from driving modes to entertainment options with the push of a button. The 12.3-inch digital display provides the driver with all of the information needed within immediate view to ensure a safe excursion each time you get behind the wheel.

The exquisite exterior styling includes black-framed windows and chrome highlights...

 

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Meet the Volvo S60 Dynamic

The 2018 Volvo S60 Dynamic is a popular compact luxury sedan. This sporty car packs a lot of power. It generates up to 240HP and 258 lb-ft of torque. The S60 Dynamic package is sleek and aerodynamic. Eighteen-inch alloy wheels are standard. This vehicle has a glossy finish and comes in classic bright colors.

The interior conveys the same athletic feeling. The steering wheel is leather-wrapped and heated. Sport-style seats are trimmed in leather, and available in both beige and black. The instrument panel is sleek, centrally located and easy to read. A full-color touchscreen...

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Learn How to Drive Your Vehicle in the Rain


This guide to driving safely in the rain is brought to you by the team at Byers Volvo Cars in the hopes everyone stays safer on the roads.

One thing you should get in the habit of doing is to turn on the headlights when you turn on the windshield wipers in the rain. This makes your vehicle visible to more drivers and can keep you safe on wet roads.

Take some time to slow down at least two seconds to allow a greater distance between your car and the others on the road. This also increases the reaction time…
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Choosing Between Summer and All-Season Tires


We want you to be well informed about the various types of tires that are out there and how each type will work for you. You need to know if you should choose summer or all-season tires for your vehicle.

Summer tires are performance tires and they will provide you with the traction that will help you drive well on dry roads. If you are looking for tires that will help you keep in control of your vehicle, these can be those tires. All-season tires are going to last a little longer than summer tires and that could make them…
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The importance of proper tire pressure

Your vehicle's tires play a crucial role in getting you to your destination safely. Keeping your tires properly inflated is a simple way to make your tires last longer, give you good traction, and improve your gas mileage.

If tires are underinflated, the rubber flexes more than it should, creating heat and extra friction between the tire and the road. Not only will this produce uneven wear on the tire, the extra friction can reduce your gas mileage, and in the worst case, cause a blowout. If tires are overinflated, the rubber bulges along the center of the tire…

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Signs Your Tires Need to Be Replaced

There are a number of different parts of your vehicle that need to be replaced and repaired on a regular basis in order to protect your investment and keep your vehicle running smoothly. Your tires are one of these parts of your vehicle and neglecting to replace them when needed can be a real safety concern. We here at Byers Volvo Cars want to let you know some common signs that your tires need to be replaced so you know what to watch for:

  • Watch the tread on your tires. When they are getting low on all four tires you…
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Gaskets: What Are They And What Do They Do?


Understanding the way a gasket works in your car is very helpful to making you a more knowledgeable car owner. That is why we here at Byers Volvo Cars located right in Columbus, OH are here to give you the basics.

When two pieces of metal touch in your engine there can be air or liquids that can seep through if not properly attached. Luckily, gaskets are designed to form to whatever surface they are placed on; this is because no two metal parts in your engine are ever made perfectly or even sit perfectly flush against each other for…
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General Warning Signs for Defective Ignition Hardware

Most drivers implement battery maintenance procedures when their ignition hardware doesn't crank an engine. In many cases, battery issues don't cause general automotive starter problems. Because other components can impact a car's ignition hardware, a motorist must fully understand how to pinpoint the common warning signs.

Grinding sounds happen when a key component in a starter gear isn't in optimum condition. This loud noise generates because a metal element is worn out or has an alignment issue. Shortly after an ignition begins to produce sounds, maintenance will...

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Is Your Car Hard to Drive?


Transmission problems can come on slowly. While your transmission doesn't need a lot of maintenance, checking on your transmission fluid once a year is a good plan. You can get your transmission fluid checked during routine oil changes, or check the level yourself.

If your transmission fluid isn't full, it can be topped off. When the transmission fluid is completely gone, you'll need to bring your car to Byers Volvo Cars to find out what the problem is.

It is not normal for your transmission fluid to be empty, and the leak needs to be identified. When…
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