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What Is Auto Start/Stop, and Should I Use It?


More and more vehicles are being released with the Auto Start/Stop feature included, even in base model trim levels. This is the feature that shuts the engine off when you're at a red light or stop sign and starts the engine back up when you take your foot off the break pedal. Auto makers love this feature because it cuts back on vehicle emissions and increases fuel economy.
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Grow your career with West Herr | Job Fair: Sept. 20th


Are you looking for a career with unlimited potential?
We will be hiring for all positions at all 23 of our locations at our fall Job Fair!

Wednesday, Sept. 20th
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

West Herr Toyota of Williamsville
8129 Main St, Williamsville, NY

Hiring all positions & skill levels, full & part time:
  • Sales & Leasing Professionals 
  • Service Technicians & Advisors 
  • Collision Technicians 
  • Support Staff 
  • Business Development Representatives 
  • General, Sales & Finance Managers

Why join…
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Keep Your Vehicle's Bluetooth Connection Fresh


Long gone are the days when having Bluetooth in your vehicle is a luxury. Now automakers view Bluetooth as a safety feature; a way to help their customers keep their hands on the wheel and not on their phones while driving. This feature being almost Universal in vehicles has been incredibly convenient for people, but often times it has also been incredibly frustrating when things don't work the way they're supposed to.
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Infotainment Basics: Make Your Vehicle's Audio Sound Great


So much of the fun of driving comes from rolling the windows down and turning up the radio to your favorite summer jams. In generations gone by one of the first things you might do with a newer car is remove the factory audio system and replace it with a better one. Times have certainly changed, because built-in vehicle audio systems from the factory are exponentially better now than they've ever been before, even if you only got the baselevel audio system. The vehicles that are equipped with Bose or Pioneer sound system's are just that much better…
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The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica: Family Focused Features Aplenty

There are a lot of great cars on the market that do a lot of great things. That in mind, it's hard not to wonder how the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica earned one of Kelly Blue Book's tops spots for the best family cars of 2017.

Boasting a high safety rating, two powertrain options, and even hybrid version to help you save on gas, what really wins people to the Pacifica's side are the convenience features it includes to make your day-to-day life easier.

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Life After Your In-Vehicle CD Player


I written before about how automakers are removing cd players from the in-dash entertainment systems of new vehicles. They're doing this for two reasons: first, anytime you can remove a component in a vehicle you save money. Many people tell you they don't use the CD player in their vehicle so manufacturers can remove them and inconvenience a small amount of people. Second, cd players take up space in your dashboard. New infotainment…
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West Herr Wednesday: Welcome Gary Groat


This week's West Herr Wednesday is a new addition to the family, Gary Groat, Sales Manager at our Chevy Williamsville location. Gary is no stranger to the Chevrolet brand, having an impressive eighteen years of experience with the brand between a couple local dealerships. Gary got his start in the industry washing cars at Braun Cadillac while he was attending Lancaster High School and has always had a passion for cars. After high school…
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Protect Your Privacy When You Trade In Your Vehicle


We live in the information age, in my opinion that's incredibly exciting. We have access to almost all the information in human history simply by pulling our phones out of our pockets and looking it up. It truly is an exciting time to be alive. The downside to this age is that some of the information out there is personal. More more people are concerned, and rightly so, for the safety and security of…
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Vehicle Technology News, July 2017


One of the most exciting things about owning a new vehicle is the fact that for the first time in history new features can be added to the car after the fact for free via software updates. Previously when you bought a vehicle with 20 features on it you would have a car with 20 features on it at the end of it's life. The constant advancement of technology has allowed new features and…
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Jeff Wabick | National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Article written by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society:

On August 5, when 200 cyclists gather at Evangola State Park for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s fifth annual Bike MS: Buffalo’s Great Lake Escape, Jeff Wabick of West Seneca will be one of them.

Jeff was diagnosed with progressive-relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2012.

MS is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the…
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