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2017 Audi TT Renders KBB.com Staffers Speechless

If you've been shopping the luxury sports car segment, we here at Audi Morton Grove think you might like to have a good, long look at ours, the 2017 TT.

 

Why, though?

 

Kelley Blue Book Senior Associate Video Editor Zach Vlasuk is here to provide some context; link up with him in the clip below:

There sure is an awful lot to appreciate about the TT's engine, a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder.

 

Matched to a six-speed automated-manual transmission, this four-banger boasts a burly 220 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. What's more, the TT receives the quattro…

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Audi Has a Slam-Dunk Sport Sedan in the 2017 S3

Has the search for your next daily driver led you to the compact luxury sedan segment? Well, if so, we here at Audi Morton Grove think you'd match up rather well with ours, the 2017 S3.

 

And what makes us say that?

 

Get the inside scoop from our friends at MotorWeek; their review of the S3 is as follows:

As far as entry-level models go, the S3's -- the Premium Plus -- is arguably one of the best in the biz.

 

Standard equipment on this trim includes 18-inch wheels, summer performance tires, selectable drive modes, automatic LED headlamps, a panoramic…

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All-New 2017 Audi R8 Makes Great First Impression with Cars.com Critics

If you're seeking a high-performance sports coupe for your next vehicular purchase, we here at Audi Morton Grove feel you should make a point to give ours -- the 2017 R8 -- a go.

 

Wondering why we feel as we do?

 

Then, check the clip below. Here now with more on the latest R8 is Cars.com pundit Joe Wiesenfelder:

A 5.2-liter V10 engine is standard across the R8 range, as is a seven-speed automated manual transmission and the quattro® all-wheel drive system.

 

On the base V10 trim, the engine is rated at a robust 540 horsepower and 398 pound-feet…

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KBB.com Revels in Redesigned 2017 Audi Q7

Might you be in the market for a full-size luxury SUV? Well, if so, we here at Audi Morton Grove think you may well match up quite nicely with ours, the 2017 Q7.

 

And why is that, exactly?

 

Kelley Blue Book Managing Video Editor Micah Muzio explains all in the clip below; join him right here:

We're quite keen on the Q7's entry-level engine, a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder.

 

Syncing with an eight-speed automatic transmission and quattro® all-wheel drive, the base four-banger turns out a terrific 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque.

 

What's more, it does…

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The Risks of Driving with a Cracked Windshield

So you got a damaged windshield, and you're wondering what to do next. Your windshield is one of the most fragile parts of your vehicle. As a consequence, it is also one of the most important parts to protect and maintain. Even a small crack may develop into a larger problem. Most cracks are at risk of expanding, which can cause serious safety risks for you and your family. Not only does a cracked windshield impair visibility, but it also makes your windshield more likely to shatter...

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Keep Up on That Tire Maintenance!

Tires need to get properly inflated. We may all know that, but what about rotating them, and taking notice to stuff like tread? If you're not quite sure how much air to put in your tires, try to check the inside of the door on your driver's side or inside of the glove compartment for a decal. To start off with, it's a good rule of thumb to go by to rotate your tires with every single oil change. It's also wise to inspect your tires from time to time to check on how the tread…

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Is buying or leasing right for you?

With so many choices involved in getting your next car, you want to be as smart as possible about your financing options. For most people, there are two basic choices. You can either buy the vehicle with the help of a loan or you can sign a lease contract. Your choice will depend on your circumstances and preferences.

You might want to take out a loan to buy your car if:

  • You want to be able to modify your vehicle as you wish.
  • You drive more than 12,000 miles per year.
  • You want to be able to sell the…
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Check engine light means serious trouble?

Not necessarily. While cars are now more efficient than ever before, the check engine light is still a major indication of trouble with your vehicle. The myriad of issues the check engine light might indicate should be addressed as soon as possible. It will cut costs in the long run. Below are the five most common reasons your check engine light may be flashing:

  • Blown head gasket
  • Broken hose
  • Mass airflow sensor
  • Spark plugs/plug wires
  • Radiator issues

 

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