Memorial Day

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Memorial Day is a time to remember those who have passed away in active military service. It is also a time to thank all of the fallen and still with us men and women for their time in duty. So in honor of Memorial Day, All Star Automotive Group would like to thank everyone for their time that has served.

Because we love taking care of our customers and always making sure they get a vehicle at the best price for their budget, not only do we have some awesome Memorial Day Service Savings, but we also have a Military Discount. Visit one of our 11 locations for more information about the Military Discount!

A few of the Memorial Day Service Savings are

  • 20% off Complimentary Brake Inspection with Discounts on Parts and Labor
  • 15% off any accessory purchase
  • 20% off cabin, air and oil filters
  • 20% off a set of 22-inch wheels and also a GM accessory wheel with any purchase of 4 tires
  • Free tire rotation with the purchase of an oil change
  • Free Vehicle Inspection which includes a Computerized Diagnostic Check and a Complimentary Multi-point Inspection

These are just a few of the many Memorial Day Service Savings All Star Automotive is offering! To view these offers and more, click here!

At All Star Automotive, we offer a wide range of automotive services to make every step of your ownership experience as easy as possible, whether you’re shopping around for a new, used or certified pre-owned vehicle, or need repairs from certified experts.

To help you find just what you’re looking for, our new inventory and used inventory search provides plenty of options. And when you’re ready, quick credit approvals and online financing help make your purchase go smoothly and efficiently. You can also schedule your service online and get the expertise of one of our factory-trained technicians. All these options are available at Baton Rouge’s favorite place to buy and service vehicles – All Star Automotive! Proudly serving Baton Rouge, Port Allen, Zachary, Baker, Denham Springs, Prairieville, Hammond and surrounding areas.

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Common Car Warning Lights

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Your vehicle is an incredibly complex contraption that functions using a number of liquids, circuits, and moving parts. Pinpointing problems for auto repair can be difficult – even for a professional mechanic. Fortunately, your car is equipped to help find many problems that arise through its system of warning lights. Here are some of the lights most likely to come on and the types of problems they indicate: Continue reading

Schedule a Test Drive at All Star Automotive!

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At All Star Automotive we know purchasing a new vehicle is a major decision.  Despite having numerous shopping tools for your research, we recommend a test drive to actually experience the car for yourself. Our professional sales staff will facilitate your test drive and provide you with any additional information regarding the vehicle. Continue reading

Toyota is working to Give You a 24 hour Co-Pilot

All Star Toyota of Baton RougeToyota Motor Co. is turning heads at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada!  The feature event for Toyota was the presentation of their new experimental automated vehicle; the purpose of the vehicle is to create a virtual co-pilot for drivers. The virtual co-pilot isn’t the typical “self-driving” feature that comes standard in several high-end models from manufacturers such as Mercedes; instead it helps drivers avoid accidents. The automated vehicle featured in Las Vegas has sensors and automated systems to observe, process and respond to its surroundings. For Toyota, a truly safe and efficient vehicle means a car that is intelligent and attentive at all times to its surroundings, a literal co-pilot to drivers. Continue reading

Celebrate 2013 with Ford Bonus Cash

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2013 has finally arrived! With the beginning of a new year comes the closing of one, and a fresh start. What better way to get your fresh start in 2013 than with a new Ford from All Star Automotive? All Star Automotive wants to help you start the new year off right by offering Ford Bonus Cash. If you’re currently in the market for a new vehicle, look no further than All Star’s incredible selection of Fords. Continue reading

Is Your Car Ready for Holiday Travel?

Many people don’t think  about getting their car ready for winter (or summer) until it is time to leave.  It may be too late at that point if you need a lot of work done on your vehicle.  Now is the time to schedule your vehicle’s checkup and make sure that no issues will arise while you are on the road traveling.

“…while modern vehicles don’t need conventional lubrication jobs, you need to check CV joint boots – rubber enclosures that surround constant-velocity joints on front and all-wheel-drive vehicles that connect the engine to the wheels – for cracks that can let lubrication out, dirt and water in” says Rennie Bryant of Redline Performance.

You will want to have the brakes inspected, the belts and hoses; fuel, oil and air filters, the cabin air filter; the windshield wipers and washer fluid; the tires as well as the spare tire needs to be inspected.  Make sure all lights works.  If you are traveling to a cold environment you may need to put antifreeze in the radiator.  Brake lines need to be checked, oil, transmission fluid and brake fluid need to be checked.  It may be time to rotate the tires as well.

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Don't wait to have your Winter Check Up

What Does A Bumper To Bumper Warranty Cover?

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Ever wonder what a bumper to bumper warranty covers?

New cars include a warranty that is anywhere from 3 years/36,000 mile to 10 years.  This is usually conditional coverage and will not cover most wear and tear items.  The warranty also requires that you keep up the regular maintenance (i.e. oil changes) or it could prevent the manufacturer from covering issues that may arise.  

Bumper to bumper warranty may cover everything from roadside assistance, free gasoline if stranded on the side of road, major mechanical repair and electronic equipment.

The list of specific items may vary a little, but the most common exclusions are brake pads, wiper blades, aftermarket accessories, exhaust system, hoses, belts, light bulbs,  drums and rotors.  Natural wear and tear during normal operation is not covered by the warranty.  Damage caused by an accident, negligence or deliberate abuse is also excluded.  You can check with your dealer to find out exactly what would be covered under the warranty.

Bumper to bumper should not be confused with the drive train warranty which covers the cost of repairs if any part of the vehicle’s transmission system stops performing as designed.  Consumers may also purchase extended warranties for their vehicles after their initial warranty has expired.

Bumper-to-bumper: Often called a basic warranty or new-vehicle warranty, a bumper-to-bumper policy covers components like air conditioning, audio systems, vehicle sensors, fuel systems and major electrical components. Most policies exclude regular maintenance, like fluid top-offs and oil changes, but a few luxury brands — most notably BMW and Saab — have separate free-maintenance provisions. Bumper-to-bumper warranties usually expire faster than powertrain warranties. ~Cars.com