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Why Choose Own A Car Fresno?

There are MANY options when it comes to where to purchase your next vehicle from. Here are some great reasons to check out Own A Car Fresno! Locally owned and serving customers since 1995! With a solid A+ rating with the BBB, you know you have made a great choice! We offer a wide selection of quality, new model used cars from the most loved brands like Ford, GMC, Chevrolet, Dodge Chrysler, and many more.  Check it out HERE! Own A Car Fresno finance specialists work with over 50+ national and local banks and credit unions to ensure our customers get the [...]

Comparison: 2016 Scion tC vs 2016 Honda Civic Touring Coupe

Let's take a look at a couple of Coupes we have here at Own a Car Fresno!           First up is our 2016 Scion tC Coupe shown off in Cosmic Gray Mica. With just over 23,000 miles, this Coupe is just getting ready! Powered by a 2.5 Liter 4 Cylinder offering 179hp with a 6 Speed Automatic transmission and achieves nearly 31mpg on the highway. Some interior features include a sunroof, cloth seating, touchscreen audio, and audio controls on the steering wheel. The outside shows off a sporty appearance with a rear window wiper, alloy wheels, [...]

Why Warranties are Important When Buying a Car, and Why Ours is Amazing!

Warranty Madness! Warranties, are they worth it? If so, which ones? What is a Lifetime Warranty? So many questions! Many dealerships you go to will offer a warranty, some for free for a very limited time, or some you can buy as an extended warranty after the Dealerships one runs out. In this article, we will discuss why these are important and what ours here at Own a Car Fresno is so great!   Car buyers like yourself usually spend time researching what to buy and how much is a good price point, but they usually skip over the part [...]

2019-10-23T20:27:12+00:00October 14th, 2019|automotive knowledge, car buying|

Understanding the Safety Features of Today

Lets Talk Basics Do you own a car newer than the late '90s? Chances are very good that it has antilock brakes and traction control. In most vehicles, these features are now standard. ABS brakes use sensors to detect the rotational speed of each wheel, and then a controller uses valves and pumps to meter braking effort accordingly when it detects a wheel that may be on the verge of locking up and skidding. Traction control uses a processor (sometimes integral with the ABS controller) that monitors the rotational speed of the wheels and uses braking friction to slow a [...]