Acura of Peoria Donates N95 Masks to First Responders

At Acura of Peoria, it’s been imperative to us to do what we can to support the community, particularly those on the front line who work essential jobs that keep us protected. In our ongoing efforts to support the City of Peoria’s first responders, our dealership donated 300 N95 masks to local firefighters and EMTs.

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

Family Riding in Car

The technology used today has made vehicle systems quite sophisticated to comprehend. Although this is the case, it is essential to have a basic understanding of some of the important components of a vehicle and care for them accordingly. Doing this will not only improve the safety and performance of your car but also help you to save on costly repairs. Here are some of the best ways to keep your vehicle in the best condition.

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Why it Makes Sense for Honda Owners to Upgrade to Acura

 

Cross-shopping Acura and Honda vehicles is a growing trend among forward-thinking consumers nowadays. A lot of them are reviewing their options conscientiously to make a worthwhile purchase decision. Despite the class dynamic, both brands have strong consumer loyalty because of the value and reliability each brings. If a Honda driver is considering the switch, what are some of the highlights of upgrading to an Acura?

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How Does Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Work?

Automakers have gone to great lengths to create the latest technology in today's models. Some of these features contribute to the overall safety of a vehicle, while others are more about functionality or comfort. Acura is including Collision Mitigation Braking into many of their vehicles. This feature can prevent accidents, and also alter the severity of an accident if one is unavoidable. It comes with a majority of Acura vehicles that are coming off the assembly line right now.

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What is Precision All-Wheel Steering?

Acura All Wheel Drive

Precision All-Wheel Steering is a system that can independently adjust the toe angle of the rear wheels of your car to give it fully independent rear steering. Whenever the front wheels are steered, the rear wheels can pivot as much as 1.8 degrees in the same direction to make lane changes smoother and more natural. They can also pivot in the opposite direction of your front wheels to help you rotate into a turn.

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