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Dick Scott Dodge is Remodeling

We are so excited to announce that the construction has started!!

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 we broke ground on our construction project to expand and modernize our Showroom and build our New “State-of-the-Art” customer lounge. We are continuing our effort to meet the needs of our growing customer base and product lines!

Below is a picture of the NEW Dick Scott Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram!
Check back to see the progress of our Construction project and of course the BIG Reveal when we show you the completed project!

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Remember that Dick Scott is OPEN for business during Construction!

 

Our Service Department is OPEN Monday & Thursday 7am – 8pm,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 7am – 6pm and Saturday 8am – 3pm
We service ALL makes and Models including Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram!

Our Showroom is OPEN Monday & Thursday 9am – 9pm,
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9am – 6pm and Saturday 10am – 3pm
and we are ready to make a DEAL with YOU!
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Dick Scott Dodge is Pleased to welcome…

Dick Scott Dodge is pleased to welcome…
At Dick Scott Dodge we have several new additions to our Service Team: Service Advisor Mike Torres, Service Technician Dale Barrett and Service Technician Andrew Hoggard. Mike and Dale previously worked at Fox Hills and Andrew previously worked at Livonia Chrysler. We are pleased to welcome them to the Dick Scott Family!

2009 Chrysler Town & Country Awarded Detroit News Readers’ Choice

by Tim Joseph

Congratulations to Chrysler Town & Country for winning the 2009 Detroit News News Readers’ Choice award for best ‘Family Hauler’. This is the fourth year in a row that Town & Country has won this award. “With more than 25 years as the leader in the minivan segment, we are honored to once again receive the Detroit News Readers’ Choice Award for Best Family Hauler,” said Mike Accavitti, Director — Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge Brand Marketing, Chrysler LLC. “The 2009 Chrysler Town & Country continues to be the best vehicle to transport people and things, perfecting its award-winning formula with the addition of 40 new or improved features over the previous generation.”

Chrysler invented the minivan 25 years ago and has since perfected their formula with 65 minivan-first features. Since it’s inception, Chrysler has sold more than 12 million minivans – more than any other manufacturer in the world.

Have a closer look at the 2009 Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan at DickScott.com.

To set up your test drive today call:
Dick Scott Dodge at (734) 451-2110
Dick Scott Motormall at (517) 223-3721

Pumpkin Contest Winner

Congradulations to Derek Baer, winner of our pumpkin carving contest. Derek and his wife Sara stopped by yesterday to claim their $500 gas card. Thanks to Derek and everyone else who made our contest so successful.

2008 SEMA Show Highlight: Hemi Jeep

 

by Tim Joseph

The 2008 SEMA show is going on in Las Vegas right now and the pictures we’re seeing are very interesting to say the least. SEMA is the self described premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world.

I found this photo to be particularly interesting. It’s a V8 Hemi powered Jeep Wrangler. A 7.0L 426 HEMI with 665 horses under the hood. While I haven’t seen anything to indicate that it’s built for speed or torque, I’m sure it offers an ample amount of each. The Jeep is code named Orange Crush and they didn’t say if it’s because you’ll have a crush on the vehicle or it’ll crush you.

Dick Scott Motormall

Nissan: 0% On 5 Models and Versa Under $10,000

by Tim Joseph

I didn’t know what I should write about first so I decided to write one post for two subjects. This has to be one of the most exciting announcements coming from the auto industry in a long long time. Let’s face it, the economy is weak and history tells us that it’ll rebound but for now we need to do some things to keep our heads above water. Vehicles are essential to our lives and sometimes you have to get a new one.

Nissan announced this weekend that it will have 0% financing for 5 different models through January 5, 2009. The Rogue, Murano, Altima, Sentra and Versa will all start at 0% financing, with approved credit. See Dick Scott Nissan for more information.

How about this one? A Nissan Versa for $9,900 brand new off the showroom floor? Nissan announced that the new “bare bones” Versa Sedan will go on sale November 18th for under $10,000 (minus delivery, tax, title, tag…). This is more than $2,000 less than the current model. Yes, there is a slight catch. You’re going to get a smaller engine. A 1.6L, 107 HP engine which puts it on par with a Toyota Yaris and Honda Fit which sell for the price of the 1.8L Versa.

When I get more details about this Versa I will be sure to post them. The Nissan Versa is a vehicle you can’t say enough good things about. It offers more HP, options and interior space than its Toyota and Honda competitors at the same price. Now you’ll spend a lot less.

2009 370Z It’s Official

There she is. The first official pictures of the upcoming 370Z, named for it’s 3.7 Liter V-6 engine. This is the same engine used in the G37 which puts out 330HP. Nissan hasn’t officially released exact specs yet but most people speculate that the Z will have about the same number of horses.
The interior is mostly the same as the 350Z with some improvements to the center dash. It has the same upgraded look as other new Nissan models, such as the 2009 Nissan Maxima.
The 370Z will make its digital debut in the upcoming Need for Speed Undercover video game on November 18th.
Official unveiling of the 370Z will be held at the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show on November 19th.
It should be an exciting couple of days. I will keep you updated when I get information

Dick Scott Automotive Group on the PGA Tour

I’m sure you will agree that the warm weather we have been having brings back fond memories of things that happened over the summer. For us here at Dick Scott Dodge, we remember a visit from Professional Golfer Ken Duke. Mr. Duke stopped by the dealership while he was in town for the PGA Tour.

Dick Scott is pictured here with Professional Golfer Ken Duke and his new Dick Scott Golf Bag that he used on the PGA Tour. We would like to thank Mr. Duke for his support!

Nissan In The Future

by Tim Joseph

Nissan is becoming quite the innovator. They are scheduled to release an Electric Car in 2010, they’ve developed a paint that fills in it’s own scratches and they have developed their ECO Pedal that pushes back when you push the gas too hard. They already have advanced technology like CVT transmissions, intelligent key and GPS navigation.

The big buzz on the internet today is Nissan’s new BR23C robot. The robot is equipped with a collision avoidance system that works the same way a bee’s eye does. It is able to detect objects in a 180 degree range in it’s forward direction. While I would like to take one of these robots home with him to watch it run around, Nissan has no plans of selling it. It’s more of a concept robot that they hope to integrate with their PIVO 2 electric concept vehicle. When the system detects an object it is able to quickly move around an object.

If you’re interested in seeing what Nissan has to offer, please contact Dick Scott Nissan at (734) 495-1000. Ask for Terri Young!

When To Shift Into 1st?

by Tim Joseph

I read an interesting article today. You can click the below link to read it for yourself. Someone wrote in and asked a couple of car experts an interesting question I wondered about when I got my stick shift vehicle two years ago. The guy had just purchased a 2008 Nissan 350Z and let his friend drive it. When his friend would take off from a red light he would start off in 2nd gear. He said it was better for the engine and easier on the clutch and transmission.

The answer was the complete opposite. It is actually harder on the clutch and engine and will wear out 2nd gear quicker. Typically 1st gear does not get worn out and if any gear does, it’s usually 2nd according to the article.

If you are interested in saving money at the pump, this is not the way to do it. We have several articles written here about how to save money. You can check some of them here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 3 1/2, Part 4

http://www.courant.com/business/yourmoney/hc-ymclick0928-ylif.artsep28,0,6207868.story