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Still loving my Elantra

You may recall I got a new car a couple months ago from Zimbrick Eastside..it's a Hyundai Elantra and I love it! In fact, Friday was my three month anniversary with my new vehicle, and I celebrate by eating an entire cake while sitting in the front seat. Okay, that's not true. What I did do was go to get the car's first oil change, which was FREE! I thought this was a special perk for me, but it turns out every one who buys a car at Zimbrick Eastside gets their first oil change free. I was really impressed with how clean everything is in the service department at Zimbrick Eastside Hyundai.  Instead of driving into a dirty old garage like at some places, you pull into what seems more like an extension of the vehicle showroom. And the waiting area was great too..with a TV, complimentary snacks and bottled water..and a play area for the kids as well. I like knowing that the folks working on my car are Hyundai certified technicians.  And the multi-point inspection i is extensive, covering fluid levels, air filter, lights, hoses, shocks, battery, tires brakes, and more. Another great thing about getting your oil changed there? Free car wash...and they even vacuumed the floors. Sweet.

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07/25/2011 8:03AM
Still loving my Elantra
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