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Siry Auto Group - Official Blog Menu Home Inventory Models View All 389 in Stock Sedans 124 in Stock Coupes 20 in Stock Vans 15 in Stock Trucks 54 in Stock Convertibles 18 in Stock SUVs 87 in Stock Station Wagons 17 in Stock Hatchback 16 in Stock Tools Schedule Test Drive Current Specials Deals Under $10,000 Over 30 MPG Used Car Financing Specials Current Specials Finance Make A Payment Credit Application Calculate Your Trade Calculate Fuel Savings Vehicle Title Loans Used Car Financing Make A Payment Service Our Services Order Parts Schedule Appointment Service Coupons Ebay Store About Us Our Dealership Locations Testimonials Employment Our Blog Siry Auto Videos Contact Us Chula Vista SALES: 619.422.4224 SERVICE: 858.277.2850 San Diego SALES: 858.277.9077 SERVICE: 858.277.2850 Siry Auto Group Official Blog Summer Maintenance For Your Vehicle By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Saturday, July 9th, 2016 at 6:28 PM A Look at the Essentials of Summer Maintenance for Your Vehicle The summer season has arrived, and now is a fantastic time to plan a road trip. When you purchase a car from a dealership offering cars for sale in San Diego or Chula Vista, CA, you are sure to be thrilled with the quality and performance of your Siry Auto Group vehicle. From the BMW 3 Series to the VW Tiguan, the lineup of used vehicles from Siry Auto Group is sure to fulfill your every driving need. To help you prepare for your summer driving adventure, here is a look at some summer maintenance essentials for your vehicle: Check your tires. One of the most important steps of caring for your vehicle during the summer season is to make sure that you check your tires on a routine basis. During the peak of summer, hot outdoor temperatures can cause the pressure in your tires to fluctuate dramatically. By checking your tire pressure before you head out for a road trip, you can avoid an unforeseen blowout on the road. Change your oil. Another essential aspect of summer car maintenance is to make sure that you change your oil when your service interval is up. Regular oil changes are important for maintaining the performance, safety, and efficiency. In addition, changing your oil can help prevent damage to your engine. In order to make sure that you are changing your oil at the right time, you can create a maintenance schedule with your mechanic. Inspect your coolant. Overheating is among the most common causes of vehicle breakdowns during the summer season. In order to ensure that your vehicle does not overheat during the hot days of summer, it is a great idea to make sure that you inspect your coolant levels at regular intervals. If you find that your coolant levels are low, you will want to replace your coolant with a mixture of radiator fluid and water. With these simple maintenance techniques, you can keep your vehicle in great operating condition throughout the summer season. Happy Summer from all of us at Siry Auto Group Read More ? The Story of the Fourth of July By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Friday, July 1st, 2016 at 1:14 AM The Story of the Fourth of July The Declaration of Independence We celebrate American Independence Day on the Fourth of July every year. We think of July 4, 1776, as a day that represents the Declaration of Independence and the birth of the United States of America as an independent nation. But July 4, 1776 wasn’t the day that the Continental Congress decided to declare independence (they did that on July 2, 1776). It wasn’t the day we started the American Revolution either (that had happened back in April 1775). And it wasn’t the day Thomas Jefferson wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence (that was in June 1776). Or the date on which the Declaration was delivered to Great Britain (that didn’t happen until November 1776). Or the date it was signed (that was August 2, 1776). So what did happen on July 4, 1776? The Continental Congress approved the final wording of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. They’d been working on it for a couple of days after the draft was submitted on July 2nd and finally agreed on all of the edits and changes. July 4, 1776, became the date that was included on the Declaration of Independence, and the fancy handwritten copy that was signed in August (the copy now displayed at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.) It’s also the date that was printed on the Dunlap Broadsides, the original printed copies of the Declaration that were circulated throughout the new nation. So when people thought of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776 was the date they remembered. In contrast, we celebrate Constitution Day on September 17th of each year, the anniversary of the date the Constitution was signed, not the anniversary of the date it was approved. If we’d followed this same approach for the Declaration of Independence we’d being celebrating Independence Day on August 2nd of each year, the day the Declaration of Independence was signed! How did the Fourth of July become a national holiday? For the first 15 or 20 years after the Declaration was written, people didn’t celebrate it much on any date. It was too new and too much else was happening in the young nation. By the 1790s, a time of bitter partisan conflicts, the Declaration had become controversial. One party, the Democratic-Republicans, admired Jefferson and the Declaration. But the other party, the Federalists, thought the Declaration was too French and too anti-British, which went against their current policies. By 1817, John Adams complained in a letter that America seemed uninterested in its past. But that would soon change. After the War of 1812, the Federalist party began to come apart and the new parties of the 1820s and 1830s all considered themselves inheritors of Jefferson and the Democratic-Republicans. Printed copies of the Declaration began to circulate again, all with the date July 4, 1776, listed at the top. The deaths of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams on July 4, 1826, may even have helped to promote the idea of July 4 as an important date to be celebrated. Celebrations of the Fourth of July became more common as the years went on and in 1870, almost a hundred years after the Declaration was written, Congress first declared July 4 to be a national holiday as part of a bill to officially recognize several holidays, including Christmas. Further legislation about national holidays, including July 4, was passed in 1939 and 1941. Happy Birthday America, Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July from all of us at Siry Auto Group Read More ? Flag Day 2016 Facts: 13 Things To Know About The USA’s Star-Spangled Banner BY JULIA GLUM @SUPERJULIA ON 06/14/16 AT 7:55 AM By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 at 6:35 PM In the United States, Tuesday is Flag Day, an official observance in honor of the Star-Spangled Banner that represents the country. A hundred years ago, President Woodrow Wilson established June 14 as a chance to “rededicate ourselves to the nation,” as he wrote in his proclamation. He wanted Americans to mark Flag Day to leave behind “every thought that is not worthy of our fathers’ first vows in independence, liberty and right” and instead “stand with united hearts, for an America which no man can corrupt, no influence draw away from its ideals, no force divide against itself.” If you’re stuck at your desk instead of celebrating in the summer sun, here are 13 facts to share about the American flag, compiled from the History Channel, Mental Floss, ABC News and PBS: The version of the flag the U.S. uses today is the 27th. The 50th star was added in 1960, a year after Hawaii joined the U.S. At one point in 1795 the flag had 15 stripes, one for each state. Vendors often use the Pantone shades 193 C and 281 C for the flag’s red and blue. The flag is always flying at the White House, Fort McHenry in Baltimore and the Iwo Jima memorial in Arlington, Virginia. Almost all American flags made today are produced in the U.S. There’s no evidence Betsy Ross designed the first American flag, but she was paid at one point for creating “ships colours.” Some people think Francis Hopkinson, an author, composer and signer of the Declaration of Independence, helped out with the flag’s original look. The Pledge of Allegiance was penned in 1892. It read, “I pledge allegiance to my flag and the republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Congress added the phrase “under God” to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954. There are five American flags still standing on the moon, but they’re all probably bleached white. In 1776, the year the U.S. declared independence, there were about 2.5 million people living in the country. There are now about 322 million. Read More ? Armed Forces Day By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Thursday, May 12th, 2016 at 11:43 PM Armed Forces Day History On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy and Air Force Days. The single-day celebration stemmed from the unification of the Armed Forces under one department — the Department of Defense. Each of the military leagues and orders was asked to drop sponsorship of its specific service day in order to celebrate the newly announced Armed Forces Day. The Army, Navy and Air Force leagues adopted the newly formed day. The Marine Corps League declined to drop support for Marine Corps Day but supports Armed Forces Day, too. In a speech announcing the formation of the day, President Truman “praised the work of the military services at home and across the seas” and said, “it is vital to the security of the nation and to the establishment of a desirable peace.” In an excerpt from the Presidential Proclamation of Feb. 27, 1950, Mr. Truman stated: “Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 20, 1950, marks the first combined demonstration by America’s defense team of its progress, under the National Security Act, towards the goal of readiness for any eventuality. It is the first parade of preparedness by the unified forces of our land, sea, and air defense”. Honoring Our Military The theme of the first Armed Forces Day was “Teamed for Defense.” It was chosen as a means of expressing the unification of all the military forces under a single department of the government. Although this was the theme for the day, there were several other purposes for holding Armed Forces Day. It was a type of “educational program for civilians,” one in which there would be an increased awareness of the Armed Forces. It was designed to expand public understanding of what type of job is performed and the role of the military in civilian life. It was a day for the military to show “state-of- the-art” equipment to the civilian population they were protecting. And it was a day to honor and acknowledge the people of the Armed Forces of the United States. President Harry S. Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country. From all of us at Siry Auto Group, Thank you!! Read More ? Tips for Financing a Used Car By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Thursday, April 7th, 2016 at 11:13 PM Used cars tend to be great options for new drivers or those who are looking for an affordable but reliable vehicle. Before you head over to the used car dealership, however, you should have an idea of how you plan to pay for this new investment. Here are a few tips for financing a used car. Analyze Your Finances Before making any major investment, it’s important that you take a look at your finances. Consider your usual daily or monthly expenses like food for yourself and your family, rent or mortgage payments, and any other necessities that factor into your financial situation. You will have to provide the dealership with proof of your income when financing a used car, which can be in the form of pay stubs, bank statements, or social security. The financial department will review these documents to ensure that you are not a risk. Build Your Credit When you pay for a car in cash, you get to drive it out of the parking lot with complete ownership. When it comes to financing used cars, you must prove that you are capable of paying it off over time—proof of income is one aspect of this process. Another aspect your dealership will look at is your credit score. Paying your bills on time, maintaining a lengthy and positive credit history, and opening different types of credit all contribute to a higher credit score. This can help you find lower interest rates, meaning more of your money is going towards the vehicle itself. Make a Down Payment A down payment shows that you are ready to invest in your vehicle, and it is linked to your finances and credit score. While requirements vary by circumstance, a higher down payment shows that you are serious about your car of choice. Are you interested in financing a used car? Contact Siry Auto Group or visit our website. We are a used car dealership in San Diego that offers used vehicles of all makes and models Chevrolet, Ford, and Dodge cars. You can learn much more about our services by visiting our website or giving us a call at (858) 277-9077 today. Read More ? Google+ Reviews for Siry Auto Group By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Saturday, February 6th, 2016 at 10:24 PM Siry Auto Group San Diego, CA Write a review 3.8 STARS Jennie Soler I wanted to thank you all at Siry Auto for the wonderful experience I recently had in purchasing my vehicle. As strange as that my sound, I have owned a minivan for 11 years adn the thought of having to research, look for and then purchase a vehicle was a daunting task, but the employees at Siry Auto made it an easy and sometimes fun experience. Thanks to you all and I look forward to doing business with you again. I also hope that the owner appreciates that the people he has hired to do the work are all going above and beyond to ensure great customer satisfaction. I say this from one business owner to another, congratulations. You have a winning team. Anthony Payam Hafciojoni When no dealership was willing to work with us because we owed so much more on our Toyota than it was worth,these guys worked with us and got us out of our upside down Camry plus gave us a huge discount..besides, their service department has been more than helpful when we recently experienced couple of issues.. months after we bought our Bmw from them. I recommend this dealership above and beyond any other dealership. Eric Kovner Great service, really friendly staff. I needed my coolant recovery tank replaced in my Volvo C30 and they did a perfect job. I had to buy the part from the Volvo dealer and they tried to charge me around $100 to install it as well. These guys did it for less than half of that. Highly recommend, will be bringing my car back in the future if necessary. Clint Buchhauser Just copying my review from Yelp over: I was hesitant to try this place because of the negative reviews. I was in the market for a new mustang, and just about every Ford dealer in San Diego tried to screw me over on pricing. Siry had an almost-new 2013 I wanted to check out. I’m pretty sure the manager’s name was Mark that we worked with.Now, from reading a few of these reviews, it seems like none of you have ever dealt with car salesmen. Seriously, they’re all bad. That’s the way it is. We want no margin, they want a margin. Get used to it. So yeah, they tried sneaking in some extra costs with the alarm system, registration and gap insurance. That’s around $2k. Basic car-buying tip: always ask for the price breakdown. Got those pricey extras removed or negotiated, and boom. Got my 2013 premium mustang for $19k.Do you know how hard the Ford dealers were trying to screw me out of? Try $5K MARGINS. All car salesmen have to be scummy or else they go broke. From my experience, these guys were miles (lol car pun) ahead of the Ford dealers. He also got me a killer interest rate for not having an ounce of credit. I’d recommend to ask for Mark – he kept it pretty real. If I had to deal with another two-faced sales kid again, I think I might have vomited.Oh, and I LOVE my new mustang :] Sara Leeson Siry auto group is the best most helpful dealership I have been to. Thanks for not being pushy like other places I have been to! Thanks guys I love my new ride! Read More ? How to Set (And Stick To) A Holiday Budget By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Monday, December 14th, 2015 at 10:24 PM If you’ve already planned out how you’ll afford this year’s gifts, decorations, plane tickets and sugarplums, congratulations—you’re ahead of the 58% of Americans who say they don’t make a holiday budget. But when it comes to staying on track, it can seem like the world is working against you with holiday deals and seasonal sales, says Charlie Shipman, a financial planner at Blue Keel Financial Planning in Weston, Connecticut. Here are his tips on sticking to your plan: Double-check your figures When reviewing your budget, make sure you’ve accounted for all holiday purchases, from centerpieces for dinners and garlands for parties to gifts for the office Secret Santa. “It might surprise you to see what you spend every year,” explains Shipman. “Non-gift items add up, and many people forget to factor them into their budgets.” Set clear priorities If you’ve set a spending limit, make sure you’re putting that money toward whatever brings you the most joy. “Take the time to really figure out what makes you happy,” advises Shipman. “Is it important to you that your children get lots of gifts? That’s fine, but maybe you and your spouse agree to spend less on gifts for each other.” It’s easier to stick to a budget if it reflects what you really want to be spending on. Look for bargains all year Eagle-eyed shoppers can pick up great seasonal decorations at tag and garage sales in the off-season, giving you more room to play with your holiday budget. “We picked up a nice $700 artificial tree at an estate sale in our town for $35,” says Shipman. “Now we don’t have to spend the usual $100 or so on a Christmas tree.” Bring a friend along Take a friend (or your spouse) to the mall for support. Tell them your budget and your shopping list so they can stop you from making impulse purchases—for yourself and others. Start a holiday fund Starting in January, “save a little bit every month and use this earmarked money for gift purchases and other holiday expenses,” suggests Shipman. (If you save just $75 per month from January to November, by December you’ll have plenty more than the $804 most Americans say they’ll spend on the holidays.) Saving over time will help you avoid a large cash outflow at the end of next year and the temptation to carry holiday debt on a credit card or take out a holiday loan. Designating savings specifically for holiday use also means you’re likely to save more, and less likely to cheat and use non-holiday fund money for holiday expenses—studies have shown that earmarking money helps people exert more self-control over their spending. Saving customers money is a top priority for SIRY AUTO GROUP. Our Price Brings You In and Our Service Brings You Back! Read More ? Meet the Powerful 2013 Dodge Charger By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Thursday, November 26th, 2015 at 2:12 AM Meet the Powerful 2013 Dodge Charger Posted on Nov 25, 2015 If you are shopping for a sleek and sporty vehicle that is sure to turn heads on the road, you should be sure to check out the powerful 2013 Dodge Charger. This thrilling member of the Dodge lineup has been designed to honor the performance heritage of the Dodge brand. Under the hood, this finely-tuned vehicle features a V6 engine that is powerful and fuel efficient. To help you get the most out of your drives, Dodge has paired this engine to a smooth and responsive automatic transmission. From behind the wheel, you will benefit from advanced technological features, such as touch-screen navigation. To learn more about the 2013 Dodge Charger, be sure to visit Siry Auto Group to take a test drive. Our used car dealership offers a fantastic selection of Dodge and Honda models that you are sure to love. For more information about the inventory that awaits you at our used car dealership in San Diego, give us a call at (858) 277-9077. Read More ? Auto Maintenance Tips for Your Next Road Trip By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Monday, November 23rd, 2015 at 9:25 PM Auto Maintenance Tips for Your Next Road Trip A road trip is a great way to test out the power and performance of your luxurious Mercedes vehicle. In order to get the most out of your next journey, it is essential to follow some basic car maintenance tips before you hit the road. The service department at a used car dealership in San Diego can help you keep your vehicle running great. Read on for some essential maintenance tips to keep in mind for your next road trip. Check Your Tires Your car’s tires are the sole point of contact between your vehicle and the road. To ensure that your vehicle is ready for a road trip, it is a great idea to check out the quality and condition of your tires. If your tire treads are worn, the safety and performance of your vehicle could be compromised. Routine tire rotations and balancing can help keep your tires in great shape. Inspect Your Fluids Every vehicle requires certain types of fluids in order to run smoothly and efficiently. Before you set out on a road trip, it is a great idea to inspect your fluid levels. For example, you can easily check to make sure that your oil, coolant, and transmission fluids are topped off. With a simple fluid check, you can help prevent breakdowns. Visit the Auto Shop For total peace of mind when you are on your road trip, you may want to schedule a basic tune-up for your vehicle. An auto repair shop will have the diagnostic equipment required to make sure that all of your car’s crucial systems are in proper condition for your journey. Read More ? Tips for Your Auto Repair Experience By Rich Butler | Posted in Uncategorized on Thursday, November 19th, 2015 at 9:00 PM In order to keep your car running great, it is important to schedule routine repairs at a service department in San Diego. When you are setting up a service appointment for your vehicle, there are a few strategies that you can use to get the most from your repairs. For example, you should be sure to do your research and choose a highly rated service department near you. In addition, you may want to ask several mechanics for a diagnosis and estimate. For more auto repair tips, check out this video from Lauren Fix. At Siry Auto Group, our service department can provide you with all of the maintenance you need to keep your car running great. After you purchase a vehicle from our used car dealership, our technicians can assist you with all of your repairs. To schedule auto repair in San Diego, call us at (858) 277-2850. Read More ? ? 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