Posted on February 20, 2018, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
Over the last two decades, the longevity of cars has improved. Twenty years ago, cars were built to last for about 100,000 miles on average. Today, cars typically can last on U.S. roads for an average of 122,500 miles or about 11.6 years thanks to a variety of vehicle improvements, including lubricants, powertrain technology and rust prevention. Some of these cars can even last as long as over 200,000 miles. But reaching six-figure mileage marks requires consistent maintenance with a focus on the car's transmission to balance the vehicle's high-capacity operation. Moreover, it's important to be able to know when the car's transmission require... Read More
Posted on February 14, 2018, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
For anybody planning a long-distance trip, preparation is key to a successful and safe journey. A visit to an auto repair shop will ensure a vehicle is in perfect working order and ready to face the many miles ahead without any hiccups along the way. Just one worn tire or one faulty brake light could delay the trip or put it on hold indefinitely. Preparation may take a little time, but it is most certainly worth it in the long run.
At Cambridge Auto Center, we offer a wide range of services designed to ensure a vehicle i... Read More
Posted on September 30, 2017, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
We’re sure you’ve heard the adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Well, this is not only true of your personal health, but also your vehicle’s. That’s why we strongly recommended that you stick to a routine maintenance schedule to ensure your car, truck, or SUV is always operating at peak performance. In addition to your vehicle being reliable, routine maintenance can prevent premature wear and major failures that could cost you a small fortune to fix. If you haven’t already, check your vehicle’s owner’s manual for the maintenance schedule that outlines how often you should have these items checked for... Read More
Posted on November 21, 2013, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
The 45th Annual San Antonio Auto & Truck Show kicks off today at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and runs through 7 p.m. Sunday. On Thursday morning members of the media got a sneak peek of what this years show has to offer, and there is something for everyone whether you like new cars, old cars, trucks, hybrids or good old fashioned gas guzzlers. There are even things for the kiddos and if you’re a Spurs fan you’ll have the opportunity to see the championship trophies, and get autographs from Robert Horry, Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard. There wasn’t really too much on the agenda for the media today only two manufacturers were... Read More
Posted on October 18, 2013, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
Last weekend members of the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA) met at the beautiful Knibbe Ranch in Spring Branch, Texas for their annual Truck Rodeo, and as the event is aptly titled, it’s mostly about the trucks. There are however, several other category of vehicles that are driven and voted on, but the most coveted award among truck manufacturers is the title of Truck of Texas. Let’s face it, Texas is the truck capitol of the United States, if not the world.
This was the second consecutive year that the Ram 1500 has won the Truck of Texas title. What set them apart from their competitors this year, is that they introduced a first... Read More