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Get Auto Maintenance and Repair at Westend Hyundai for a Season of Smooth and Safe Driving

No matter how old your vehicle is, whether you're just purchased it within the week or you've been driving your beloved ride for a decade, keeping your vehicle well-maintained is absolutely key to a safe and enjoyable ride. The long winter is over and spring is here, and that means it's the perfect time to get your vehicle maintained for the new season, and our dealership's service center is absolutely the place to be.

 

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Choose a Pre-Owned Hyundai Model for an Affordable, Exciting Road Trip this Spring

The weather is warming up, the foliage is getting greener, and the skies are sunnier: it's spring time and it's a great time to get out and take that road trip you've been planning! Of course, if you don't have a vehicle of your own, or your current ride is getting close to the end of its life, then we'd love for you to take a closer look at our selection of used vehicles, sure to appeal to both your lifestyle behind the wheel and your wallet.

 

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2018 Hyundai Sona

As the latest addition to the Hyundai family, the 2018 Hyundai Kona is for sale at West End Hyundai as the latest in compact crossovers. Ready for getting around town and hitting the road for a holiday out and about, the Kona offers versatility, daily drive excellence, and plenty of good news. Drivers will like the high seating position and easy parking the Kona gives while passengers will enjoy the upscale…

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A Few Signs Your Tires Need to be Replaced


If you know what to look for when it comes to tire issues, you could avoid a potential blowout on the road.
  • Look closely at the tire tread for all the tires. If the tread looks like it is separating from the tire, this could be a sign of a defect and should be taken care of today.
  • Bulges and cracks in the tread are signs of trouble and should not be ignored. This could compromise the integrity of the tire and lead to a potential blowout.
  • If you happen to notice that something is stuck in the tire, especially…
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Avoiding Transmission Difficulties


Your car's transmission is one of the most important parts of your car. The transmission allows your vehicle to shift gears and be propelled down the road. Transmission repair and replacement can be costly, so it is important to keep your transmission properly maintained.

Part of maintaining your transmission is getting the fluid drained and refilled on a regular basis. Your vehicle's manufacturer will have recommendations on how often this should be done. At your regular service times, the transmission fluid should be checked...
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The Air Pressure In Your Tires Is Crucial To Their Safety And Longevity


Since your tires are what make contact with the road while you drive while also supporting the weight of your vehicle, it is only natural then that they would experience some of the most severe wear and tear out of all of the components on your vehicle. Tires are by no means cheap to replace, either. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take to help maximize the amount of use that you can get out of them.

The first and most important thing that you can do is to make sure that your tires are inflated to the…
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Headlights Looking Worn Out?

Headlights get cloudy with age because of the constant abrasion by debris hitting them on the freeway. Have you ever wondered if you can remedy that without replacing them? You could try a couple techniques that others have found works sometimes.

Worn headlight covers can sometimes be polished into better condition, depending on whether they're made of plastic or glass. Common household items can be used like toothpaste, insect repellent, or fine-grit sandpaper. The grit in toothpaste can act like sandpaper, and the DEET in common insect repellents can also smooth...

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Understanding the Tire Sizes Your Vehicle Needs

When you're in Etobicoke, ON, and need a new tire, you need to know what your tire size is. There are many different sizes based on the type of vehicle you drive. There are numbers imprinted or painted on the side of the tire. Each number means something different. The "P" at the beginning simply means that it is a tire for a passenger vehicle.

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The Latest Hyundai Tech Features a Voice-Activated Driving Assistant


Visitors to CES heard plenty of "Hey Siri" and "OK Google"  commands in order to power up gadgets, appliances and speakers. But a new command on the CES floor that had visitors abuzz was: "Hi Hyundai!"  And it's big Hyundai news for both driving enthusiasts and tech fans.   Hyundai tech launched a voice recognition system called "Intelligent Personal Agent" which will roll out on all Hyundai models starting in 2019. It's…
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New Technology Allows Headlights To See Around Corners

New vehicles are becoming more and more state of the art, and if you think headlight technology is lagging behind and still just a bulb behind some plastic, you are in for a big surprise. Not only are new bulb types like LED's allowing for brighter and more precise lighting, advancements in tech have actually allowed your cars headlights to see around corners while driving.

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