I went to Coggin Deland Ford because my 2015 Jeep Wrangler with over size tires because my steering wheel was going back and forth while I was driving sometimes to the point I had to pull off the road. I had them balanced, rotated and aligned at a tire shop and that did not help. I was told that my tires were chopped so they could not be balanced on a normal tire balancer.
Now my tires cost $350 each so I didn't want to buy new tires when these still had a lot of tread left on them. Deland Ford has what's called a "Road Force Wheel Balancer" that takes tread chopping and other tire issues into consideration where a normal wheel balancer does not.
I left the dealership after the work was done and got up to around 45-55 MPH where the steering wheel would start going crazy but it was smooth as can be. Needless to say I was extremely happy saving my tires and a lot of money. So if you have a Jeep or truck with over size tires I would say get this type of balance done "Before" you run into expensive tire issues! And thank you Deland Ford you did a great job and doing the job correctly.
2013 Jaguar XF I4 T Review
80k miles and going strong
by ranjith from Ashburn
December 16, 2018
I purchased my cpo 13 xf 2.0 when it had 3k miles on it for 40k$ in 2013. Since it has best bumper to bumper protection at no cost for 6yrs/100k miles.
Pros: always feel safe and fun to drive.
Its a jaguar
Cons: turbo went out at 40k miles and jag replaced it for free of cost no deducts. Waterpump around 60k replaced by jag free of cost.
Apart from these two just the oil changes now and then. Usual oil changes cost 250$ at delearship and some services cost around 700 once a year.
The brake rotors and pads job at the dealer gave me qoute of close to 2400$ . I got the different parts from outside and replaced for around 700$ .
So in 80k miles i had to replace brakes twice and regular oil changes. I recommend having warranty on this vehicle.
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Beautiful car but paint is susceptible to superficial scratches and rear end loses traction very easily taking away from her 510 Hp. Otherwise, has a sophisticated growl to the engine and handles extremely well, just not in snow
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