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CONTENTS
Metro Motor Group Family Would like to Welcome
Stay Safe this Fourth of July
Royal Wedding Wrap-Up
Go Green, Save Green
Let Freedom Ring
Cash in Before you Take Off
To Blog or Not to Blog
Vehicle Profile: The 2011 Mazda CX-9
Comparison: 2011 MAZDA3 vs. 2011 Toyota Corolla
Regular Coolant Flushes Extend the Life of Your Motor
How EASY is it to Schedule a Service Appointment
AC Service Special
Alignment Special
New Vehicle Special

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Metro Motor Group Family Would like to Welcome
Ronald Belazeros Delray Mazda GM


I would like to thank everyone at Delray Mazda for making me feel so welcome.

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Vehicle Profile: The 2011 Mazda CX-9
The capacity of a large SUV with the soul of a sports car.

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Fun-to-drive has always been a top priority at Mazda, and the 2011 CX-9 is no exception. Mazda engineers have accomplished quite an incredible feat in creating a full-size crossover that actually handles with the aplomb of a well balanced midsize crossover.
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Comparison: 2011 MAZDA3 vs. 2011 Toyota Corolla
The MAZDA3 outshines the stalwart classic.

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As the price of fuel continues its meteoric rise, consumers are once again putting fuel economy at the top of their list when it comes to must-haves in a new car. So it should come as no surprise that the compact market is booming, with two favorites being the MAZDA3 and the Toyota Corolla. But how do these two popular fuel misers perform when pitted head to head?
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Stay Safe this Fourth of July
Tips for safely celebrating America’s independence.

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The Fourth of July is a wonderful time for family and friends to kick back and relax together. Many people roll out blankets and watch local parades while others show off their skills behind the grill. No matter what your tradition, the day is bound to be filled with food, sun and fireworks, and the best way to enjoy it all is to enjoy it without interruption, so here are a few tips from the experts:
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Royal Wedding Wrap-Up
Random facts fit for a king…and his new queen.

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Whether you are Windsor-wild or royally over the royal wedding, news about the nuptials of Prince William and Catherine Middleton was seemingly inescapable. However, for even the most monarchy-mad among us, there are plenty of interesting tidbits you may not have heard. From how the wedding ticked off a child to why it made a street vendors extra happy, here are 18 random and sometimes hilarious facts about the royal wedding.
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Let Freedom Ring
Find plenty of Fourth of July fun in Florida.

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Seems all of Florida will be ablaze for the Fourth as Independence Day sparks celebrations from sea to shining sea. Don your red, white and blue and check out the patriotic festivities state-wide--from parades to pyrotechnics.
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Regular Coolant Flushes Extend the Life of Your Motor
Experts at Castrol recommend flushing antifreeze every two years.

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Like all other fluid in your car, the antifreeze/coolant used by your radiator to keep your engine at peak operating temperature requires periodic replacement. There are some key differences between an oil change and changing your antifreeze, however, that make the process a little bit more involved than simply pulling the plug and draining out the old coolant.
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Go Green, Save Green
There are 24 ways to be eco-friendly and save money doing it!

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There’s no doubt about it; going “green” is no longer just for the super wealthy elite who can afford to put solar panels on their summer homes. In fact, going green is actually a great money saver. And let’s face it, in this economy, who isn’t looking to save a dollar or two?
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Cash in Before you Take Off
Find the best travel deals, no matter where in the world you’re headed.

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With more offers and promotions aimed at jetsetters than ever before, shopping for vacation deals can be downright overwhelming. Fortunately, however, some good advice and a little common sense will go a long way when it comes to finding your own golden ticket. Check out these words of wisdom from travel experts for a trip that’s memorable for all the right reasons:
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To Blog or Not to Blog
How do you start your own blog? That is the question.

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According to Merriam-Webster, “blog” is a noun meaning “a website that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments and often hyperlinks provided by the writer,” but in reality, it is so much more than that. A blog (short for “web log”) is your opportunity to have your voice heard, whether it’s by your community, the world or just your Aunt Ethel who lives in Tuscaloosa.
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