Monday, February 27, 2017

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Fit And Healthy By Mercedes-Benz – Mercedes-Benz Original

The Mercedes-Benz of tomorrow will enhance the well-being of its passengers through a coordinated stimulation of the senses in response to the driver’s current state of mind. "Fit and Healthy” will read wearable data and adjust the car’s climate, seat massagers, entertainment systems and more to help create calmness or stimulation as needed. Debuted at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, we meet Dr. Goetz Renner to learn more.

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Engine Oil Tips - Synthetic vs Mineral Oil

What's the difference between a synthetic oil and a mineral oil?
Watch this educational video to find out everything you need to know about synthetic and mineral lubricants!

Star Tech European is proud to use Motul engine oil products.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

How Mercedes-Benz Designer Imagine The Future – Mercedes Benz Original

The design studios are among the best kept secrets at Mercedes-Benz. Here, the ideas for today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow come into existence. Chief Design Officer Gorden Wagener gives us an exclusive insight and reveals how he and his team envision the cars of the future.

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

The BMW 5 Series History. The 4th Generation (E39).

The 4th generation BMW 5 Series is a real model of success. Optically it differs completely from its predecessor. In the development of the 4th generation aerodynamics and lightweight construction played a major role. BMW insiders give you a glance behind the scenes of development and marketing. This film is the fourth part of our six part series about the BMW 5 Series:

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Autonomous Drive - Making The Journey Safer

We're developing autonomous technology that allows our cars to do some of the driving – and thinking – for you. We're doing this to make every journey as safe, enjoyable and stress-free as possible.

Monday, February 6, 2017

New Jaguar F-TYPE | Breathtaking Performance in 360°

Each instant heightened. Every sense amplified. Experience the breathtaking performance of New Jaguar F-TYPE in 360°. Designed to deliver pure driving pleasure, New F‑TYPE’s technical excellence gives it a breadth of capabilities to suit the demands of every driver and every road. CoupĂ© or Convertible, the F‑TYPE range offers something for every style of driver.

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Friday, February 3, 2017

Time To Get An Oil Change? Signs And Symptoms

The oil change is probably the most important part of your car's maintenance. All too often we forget to have it done, and the consequences for your car can be devastating. It's a simple operation that you can either do yourself, or take to a shop and have done professionally. No matter how busy you are, you should never skip it. The damage to your car can be serious.

Why Do I Need To Change my Oil?

In order to understand why you need an oil change, let's look at what motor oil does for your car. There are two main purposes - one, it keeps everything lubricated. It covers all the parts of the engine with a thin film that keeps them from rubbing together. Two, it removes chemicals, bit of metal and other impurities from the engine.

What happens if you don't get an oil change? Because they'll lose their lubrication, the parts of your engine will rub together and cause friction. This not only wears down the parts of the engine, but it also causes excess heat, which can result in your vehicle overheating. If the motor oil gets old and dirty, it can no longer remove impurities. This sludge will build up in the engine, and eventually it will have to be cleaned by a professional mechanic.

How Often Do I Need An Oil Change?

In general, you should get an oil change every 7,500 miles. However, this depends on how much you drive. If you spend lots of time driving, you should consider getting it done more often - something like every 6,000 miles. For example, if you use your vehicle every day for work driving across town, or if you make lots of cross country trips in your car, you should consider doing it more often.

In fact, it never hurts to have it done more often. You can greatly prolong the life of your car by taking it in for an oil change every 5,000 miles. This will definitely ensure that your car is running cleanly and smoothly.

 Signs That You Need An Oil Change

You can often tell that motor oil is old and dirty by simply looking at it. Fresh motor oil is clear and dark brown or amber in color. Older motor oil that needs to be changed is dark and murky. It doesn't take an expert mechanic's eye to see that how dark and dirty motor oil can be. When you're checking your motor oil, take a good look and see how it looks, especially if it's been 5,000 or so miles since your last oil change. Another sign is that your motor oil level is constantly lower than it should be. Most cars also have an engine oil light that will tell you when it's getting to be time for a change.

Getting an oil change is easy and inexpensive. It's a regular part of your car's maintenance that you shouldn't skip out on. Check your motor oil level each time you fuel up, and keep track of how many miles it's been so that you don't forget. Skipping your much-needed oil change can really damage your car; so make sure you get it done.

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