Our Blog

Jaguar F-PACE is the Cream of the Crop of Performance SUVs

With its unparalleled performance, expert craftsmanship, and superior attention to detail, the Jaguar F-PACE is quickly establishing itself as a leader in its class of luxury performance SUV's. The F-PACE's all-wheel-drive system uses Intelligent Driveline Dynamics software to provide maximum agility and superior control in any driving situation. The available 3.0-liter V6 supercharged gas engine delivers 380 horsepower partnered with 332 lb-ft of torque while the F-PACE SVR's 5.0-liter V8 engine boasts a powerful 550 horsepower married with an impressive 502 lb-ft of torque.

read more

What is the Benefit of the Certified Pre-Owned Jaguar Program?

Owning a Jaguar might be a dream for many, but the price of a new Jag may keep them out of the market. A used Jaguar sounds tempting. Some do worry about the condition of a used model. The certified pre-owned Jaguar program opens up doors for those looking for a deal on a reliable used model. Under this program, the manufacturer backs up quality claims.

In order for a vehicle to become part of the certified pre-owned program, it must successfully complete a 165-point inspection. The inspection involves critical mechanical and electrical tests. An engine and road test are…

read more

Spacious Seating in the 2018 Jaguar XE

The 2018 Jaguar XE is a popular luxury performance sedan that's meticulously designed inside and out. Despite its relatively small frame, the XE has plenty of room for you and your passengers to stay comfortable.

The body of the Jaguar XE measures roughly 183.9 inches long by 77.4 inches wide. It's compact enough to feel agile on the road but big enough to not compromise on luxury. There's enough room for five adults. Furthermore, there are 15.9 cubic feet of trunk space in the back. If you need even more room for larger pieces…

read more

Jaguar XF Performance Features

The Jaguar XF is a popular midsize luxury car. The Jaguar has always been famous for its extraordinary performance, and the Jaguar XF takes performance to a whole new level. This beautiful turns heads everywhere. If you’d like to see it up close, pay us a visit at Sill-TerHar Motors, Inc. and see what kind of deal we can offer you!

The Jaguar XF comes with a gasoline or a diesel engine, so you can almost pick the type of performance and fuel economy you want. Regardless of what type of road conditions you encounter, the lightweight aluminum frame…

read more

4 Tips for Avoiding a Tire Blowout

In a motor race, a blown tire can be entertaining. But you're not a trained professional, and most American highways aren't lined with tire walls. For you, avoidance is the best strategy. These four simple measures can save you a lot of pain and heartbreak.
  1. Pressure. Underinflated tires are the leading cause of tire blowouts. Your vehicle's ideal pressure is in the manual and displayed on your fuel flap, glove box, or door sill.
  2. Tread wear. Advanced or uneven treadwear is another common cause of tire blowouts.
  3. Alignment. Misaligned wheels can rapidly cause uneven tire wear.
  4. ...


read more

Understanding the Workings of Your Car Battery

One of the biggest killers of any vehicle battery is extreme temperatures. Despite the common belief that cold temperatures kill batteries, hot weather can also be a culprit in battery performance issues. Ensuring that your battery is fully charged is the single best thing that you can do to help keep it running at all times despite wild temperature swings. A little preventative maintenance such as topping off the electrolyte levels can help prevent battery failures. Educating yourself about how to keep maintain battery effectiveness will help to avoid headaches down the road.



read more

The Right Way to Test Your Car Battery

Be sure you have a pair of protective eye-wear, work gloves, a wire brush, and a voltmeter, to safely test the car battery strength.

After you have the car engine off, open the hood and put on your safety glasses and gloves. Use the wire brush to get any corrosion off the battery terminals.

The voltmeter is a simple testing device, it has one red and black cable, with connections on each end. Place red to positive, then black to negative on the car battery. Turn on the voltmeter, the reading should be at or above a 12.4 reading…
read more

How to Easily Build a Roadside Emergency Kit

Hopefully, you never breakdown with your vehicle on the roads, but in case you do, here's a simple guide to build a useful emergency kit.
  • Tire fix-a-flat is useful for getting the tire off the rim long enough to get the car to the closest service station or to move the car off the highway to the shoulder.
  • Keeping a set of jumper cables in the car will ensure anyone who pulls over to help can jump-start your car from theirs.
  • Be sure you have flashlights and a bunch of new batteries in your vehicle.
  • Pack a box with…
read more
true true true true true true true true true true true true