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How Do I Turn My Tax Refund Into A Down Payment?

It’s tax season, which means that many Americans will be enjoying a refund. What better way to spend your tax return than on a new car? Average refunds in recent years have been about $3,000 according to the IRS, offering approved buyers a great opportunity to put a down payment on a new car. By using your tax return as a down payment, you can get a loan with exceedingly agreeable terms or…
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New Honda Dealership Near YOU - Serra Honda O'Fallon Under New Management!


Serra Honda O’Fallon is the most recent acquirement by the Serra Auto Group, adding another store to our 42 dealership group. Previously Meyer Honda, our new store will provide the quality customer care that Serra Automotive has become known for, as well as an excellent selection of new and used Honda cars, trucks, and SUVs to the communities of O’Fallon, Belleville, St. Louis, Fairview Heights, and the surrounding areas. The Serra Auto Group…
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Best Reasons for Using Tonneau Covers

So many of our customers at Serra Honda O'Fallon love their pickup trucks. One addition we recommend to truck owners is the use of a tonneau cover instead of leaving your truck bed exposed.

An uncovered truck bed encourages theft of your cargo, exposes items carried here to wind and rain, in addition to decreasing your gas mileage. Although an uncovered truck bed always allows you easy access to what's stored there, installing a tonneau type truck cover provides many more benefits.

In addition to protecting your truck bed cargo from weather and theft, a tonneau that can…

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Motor Oil Viscosity Ratings Explained

Although you may have heard a service technician mention oil viscosity ratings, you may not know what it means. At Serra Honda O'Fallon, we like to keep our customers informed about their vehicles, so we have provided you with an explanation of motor oil viscosity ratings below.

When you look at a bottle of motor oil, you will see a number and a letter. The "w" represents winter, and the number is the oil's viscosity. A motor oil with a higher viscosity will be thicker and less resistant to flow. For instance, if a motor oil has a…

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