Take a Look at the Updated Hyundai Elantra

When you are in the market for a new or used car, there are many different options to choose from. One of the best options for a new or used car on the market today is the Hyundai Elantra from Jenkins Hyundai, which is a car that has been produced and sold by Hyundai for more than 25 years.

One of the main reasons why the Elantra continues to be so popular is because of its reputation for providing consumers with a great value. The Elantra today can come equipped with many of the top features that come in luxury…

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How to Jumpstart a Vehicle

A dead battery sabotages travel plans. Try jumpstarting a car if another vehicle’s around. Put the hoods approximately 16 inches apart with engines off. Engage automatic transmissions and manual ones in Neutral.

Using jumper cables, clamp one end of the positive (+) red cable to the positive end of the dead battery. Attach the other end of the positive clamp to the good battery's positive. Attach one end of negative (-) black cable clamp to the working battery’s negative terminal. 

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All About Your Tire Pressure

A layperson would generally have a difficult time determining if a vehicle's tire pressure was high or low merely by looking at it. Fortunately, many modern cars are now equipped with specially-designed Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) that use sensors to continuously monitor the tire pressure.

The alert will activate when any tire is underinflated by 25%. There is a myriad of factors which can contribute to improper tire pressure, including temperature fluctuations, tire punctures, and normal wear and tear. 

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What do the Numbers on Oil Bottles Mean?

Having your vehicle's oil changed on a regular basis at the service department at Jenkins Hyundai is important to performance. Have you ever wondered what those numbers and letters on the bottle of motor oil mean? They relate to viscosity, measuring the amount of resistance that a particular motor oil has as it flows throughout the engine. Oil moves more slowly the higher its viscosity.

Let's use a bottle of 10W-30 motor oil as an example. 

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Cabin and Engine Filters Prolong Your Performance

Nobody enjoys driving a vehicle whose air conditioner is filling the cabin with dust. Also, most of us are not likely to let our engine get destroyed by every single road particle that hits it during the drive. Enter cabin and engine air filters.

These two filters play a significant role in extending the useful life of your motor and cleansing the cabin air that you breathe. 

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A Full Gas Tank In The Winter

There are so many things to consider in the winter that you normally don't have to in the summer and this is why so many people choose to dislike the winter months. In addition to bundling up to head out even for a few minutes, you also need to allow for some additional time when you are going somewhere. Your vehicle experiences a lot of additional wear and tear on each drive, and you need to make sure that your fluid levels are topped off, including your fuel tank.

People often let their fuel tank run down below half…
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A Full Gas Tank In The Winter

There are so many things to consider in the winter that you normally don't have to in the summer and this is why so many people choose to dislike the winter months. In addition to bundling up to head out even for a few minutes, you also need to allow for some additional time when you are going somewhere. Your vehicle experiences a lot of additional wear and tear on each drive, and you need to make sure that your fluid levels are topped off, including your fuel tank.

People often let their fuel tank run down below half…
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A Full Gas Tank In The Winter

There are so many things to consider in the winter that you normally don't have to in the summer and this is why so many people choose to dislike the winter months. In addition to bundling up to head out even for a few minutes, you also need to allow for some additional time when you are going somewhere. Your vehicle experiences a lot of additional wear and tear on each drive, and you need to make sure that your fluid levels are topped off, including your fuel tank.

People often let their fuel tank run down below half…
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About Horsepower and Its Usages


Horsepower was created in the 18th century in order to measure the amount of weight a horse could carry, and it is now used as a term in the 21st century for engines in cars. If you wish to know more about horsepower you can ask Jenkins Hyundai today. Certain cars will achieve different acceleration goals as noted in their horsepower capabilities. A sports racehorse is said to carry less weight than a working horse, therefore vehicles can be the same way. Different car manufacturers will give their vehicles different horsepower ratings. Some cars can have higher horsepower...
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