Archive for the ‘FAQs’ Category

Check out a few tips for driving a vehicle with a manual transmission!

Tuesday, September 29th, 2020
Man resting hand on gear shifter of manual vehicle

Video: 15 Tips & Tricks of Driving Manual

Driving a stick shift can be tricky and if done incorrectly, can be costly to the clutch, transmission and other components of a vehicle. Before you hop in behind the wheel of a manual and take on the open road, watch the video below to learn 15 tips and tricks that are sure to come in handy while driving a vehicle with a manual transmission.


What’s the difference between turbocharged and twin-turbocharged?

Monday, August 10th, 2020
2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Line with Turbocharged vs. Twin-Turbocharged Engines

Turbocharged vs. Twin-Turbocharged Engines

If you’ve heard of turbocharged engines, you’ve probably heard of twin-turbocharged engines. We’ve already gone over what turbocharged engines are, so let’s discuss the difference between turbocharged and twin-turbocharged engines! Learn more below!


Where can I shop for a used sedan in Grand Junction, CO?

Friday, August 7th, 2020
2015 Kia Optima from low angle

Shop Quality Pre-Owned Sedans in Mesa County, CO

While searching for their next vehicle, many shoppers opt with sedans because they offer competitive pricing, impressive fuel economy, seating for five and potent, fun performance. Whether embarking on a morning commute or hitting the road for a cross-country road trip, sedans offer the reliability, handling and fuel efficiency that you’re bound to enjoy. If you are shopping for a used sedan in Mesa County, CO, check out pre-owned sedans at Carville’s Auto Mart in Grand Junction.


What’s the difference between A-Class, B-Class and C-Class RVs?

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020
A-Class, B-Class and C-Class RV

Video Comparison of A-Class vs. B-Class vs. C-Class Motorhomes

It doesn’t take long to come across the terms “A-Class,” “B-Class,” and “C-Class” while searching for a new or pre-owned motorhome. Before you can move along in your search, it is important to know the difference between each of these RV classes so you can determine which best suits your needs. Watch the video below to learn the difference between A-Class, B-Class and C-Class motorhomes.


Should I Avoid Any Car With A Lot of Miles?

Thursday, February 20th, 2020
Overhead shot of a used car lot

A lot of people have a checklist of things they need or want in a car. It should have a certain set of features and meet your needs fairly well. Car shopping is never an easy process but being able to find a car that can meet most of your needs is a relief. 


Why Are Diesel Engines More Powerful?

Thursday, February 6th, 2020
A truck on a work site hauling machines

People can usually go back on forth on whether they want an SUV or a sedan. It really comes down to a question of which one is more practical for your needs. You don’t have as much choice when it comes to finding a truck. 


How To Stay Warm When Your Car Heater is Broken

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020
Woman scraping ice from a window

There are a lot of things that make life in winter pretty rough. It’s cold, there are piles of snow, and driving is a hassle. It seems like the moment that snow starts to fall everyone forgets how to drive. The reasons for headaches seem to pile up the colder it gets. 


What Do I Do to Get my Car Out of the Snow?

Friday, January 10th, 2020
Help written in snow on a windshield

Winter can be a beautiful time of year. Snowcapped mountains and trees that are heavy with snow create an almost picturesque scene. All that beauty and grace fades away when you have to get into your car and drive through it. 


Can I Lower My Car’s Emissions?

Monday, August 19th, 2019
Close-up of an odometer

There is a lot of concern about emissions these days. People are looking to lower their environmental impact. There are a lot of different ways to do that, but one of the main areas of focus is our cars. So, lowering our car’s emission should be a top priority.


Most commonly stolen used vehicles in the United States

Tuesday, March 5th, 2019
Vehicle robber taking backpack out of front seat of used vehicle

Because of well-documented advancements in vehicle technology and safety, auto theft numbers have decreased from 1.7 million units in 1991 to just over 765,000 in 2016; that’s a decrease of over one million incidents, but the threat still remains. Today, we want to show you the most commonly stolen used vehicles in the United States so that you can be made aware, and know how to avoid this potentially happening to you. (more…)