October 2020
A Letter from Herb
At Your Service
These days cars are more complicated than ever. With high tech features and electronic systems, it’s not as easy as it used to be to change the oil or rotate the tires—let alone complete a serious repair.

That’s why it’s a good idea to go somewhere that you can feel confident about the quality of the work done on your vehicle. A factory-authorized dealer has a team of highly qualified, factory trained technicians with the expertise necessary to work on today’s cars, trucks and SUVs.

Having your vehicle professionally serviced at a dealership provides the peace of mind in knowing that state-of-the-art equipment is being used to provide a comprehensive and proper diagnosis. Additionally, you can rest assured that your vehicle will receive genuine factory replacement parts, and the work performed is guaranteed with a 12-month or 12,000-mile warranty. From making major repairs to taking care of routine maintenance, certified technicians will evaluate what is needed to keep your vehicle running at peak safety and performance levels - all offered at competitive pricing.

Our technicians are certified to work on specific models and brands, so they are capable of spotting potential problems before they develop into costly repairs. Their proficiency, eye for detail, and knowledge of a specific brand allows them to suggest solutions to common problems early on, resulting in less money spent later. In addition, our technicians rely on all the up to date technical support the manufacturers provide and are equipped with the factory-specified tools for each vehicle.

Whether it’s through technical support services or in-person dealer visits, these layers of expertise provided by the manufacturer ensure you are receiving the best possible, and most up to date care for your vehicle. Servicing your vehicle at a dealership also creates a lasting record of your maintenance history. An accurate service record will help increase your vehicle’s resale value when it comes time to sell or trade-in.

Not only do we firmly stand by our motto “We don’t sell cars. We help people buy them”, we want you to know that “Once you buy from Herb Chambers, we are committed to servicing your vehicle”. We are happy to provide amenities to our service clients that include things such as shuttle service, WiFi, and sanitized comfortable waiting lounges.

Visit us today at any of our Herb Chambers service departments or go online to find the dealership or Service Center that is ready for you.
2020 Toyota Highlander
By KBB.com
The Toyota Highlander is all-new for 2020, marking the fourth generation of the brand’s 3-row midsize SUV. The 2020 Highlander is slightly larger than the outgoing model, has more interior room, improved technology, and Toyota’s latest suite of safety systems.

One key way the Highlander stands out is with its hybrid model, which now earns up to 36 mpg. For the first time, the Highlander Hybrid can be had in a less-expensive front-wheel-drive form in addition to all-wheel drive, just like the V6 model. The 2020 Highlander also touts an impressive history of reliability and best-in-class predicted resale value.

10 Rules of Tires Every Driver Should Follow
Every time you drive, you trust your tires with your safety. Our wall of tires (pictured right) is one of the many ways that we guide our clients to the right tire for their needs.

Tires may seem simple, but they're more complex than many drivers realize. That begs the question: What do you need to know about them in order to stay safe on the road?

Here are 10 Rules of Tires - core principles drivers should know before they turn the ignition or walk inside a tire shop.
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2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia
By KBB.com
The 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia is among the newest compact-luxury sports sedans to take on established rivals. It joins a crowded and competitive segment, but the Giulia manages to stand out.

As with its Stelvio crossover-SUV sibling, the Giulia is the only car in its segment made in Italy. It also boasts luscious design, rear- or all-wheel drive, and comes with a class-leading 280-horsepower turbocharged engine. For drivers with the desire to have a sedan with a Ferrari-derived engine, there’s the exclusive, 505-horsepower Giulia Quadrifoglio.

While Alfa Romeo is still reestablishing itself since returning to America, the Italian brand knows how to make a proper sports car. It’s been doing so for over a century now. Alfa has a way of blending passion and performance, and the 2020 Giulia is a testament to both.