One Person
One Person ‐ Our sales people are experts in every part of the car buying process. Your personal consultant will be the same person to say hello, give you the keys for a test drive, sign the final papers and wave goodbye. Working with just one person means you’ll get a car buying experience that’s fast and easy.
One Price
One Price ‐ All of our vehicles are pre-discounted and our Upfront Price includes available incentives and dealer discounts. You’ll never need to negotiate to get our lowest price and you’ll never be left wondering if you could have gotten a better deal.
Negotiation-Free
Negotiation-Free ‐ Walser Automotive pioneered negotiation-free one price selling in 2001. We believe that customers want great, upfront pricing without the hassle and haggle of the negotiations typically found in car dealerships.
Return & Exchange
Return & Exchange ‐ You can buy with confidence because all purchases at Walser come worry-free with our exchange and return program.

A Fuel Economy Guide

Save fuel. Save money. It’s that simple.

 

These days, fuel efficient vehicles come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you need to tow a camper every weekend or just commute to work – there’s no need to give up utility in the name of fuel economy. A family could save as over $1,000 in fuel costs every year by choosing a vehicle that’s more fuel efficient, adding up to quite a good chunk of change in a vehicle’s lifetime Check out the EPA’s Fuel Economy Guide to see how fuel economy is calculated and where every vehicle falls in the rating.

 

Get the EPA’s Fuel Economy Guide

Fuel Economy Estimates

 

Most vehicles have three fuel economy estimates. A “city” estimate that represents urban driving, in which a vehicle is started in the morning and driven in stop-and-go traffic. A “highway” estimate that represents a mixture of rural and interstate highway driving. And a “combined” estimate that represents a combination of city driving and highway driving.


How Do I Improve My Fuel Economy?

 

Drive More Efficiently

-Aggressive driving can lower your gas mileage drastically. Driving the speed limit and using cruise control to keep your speed constant can save you money. On the highways, every five miles per hour over 60 also reduces your fuel economy.

 

Keep Your Car in Shape

A well-serviced car with properly inflated tires will have better fuel economy. Take care of your routine maintenance and make sure your tires are aligned, balanced and in good shape.

 

Plan and Combine Trips

Many short trips taken from a cold start can use twice as much fuel as one multipurpose trip covering the same distance. Letting your car idle to warm up doesn’t help your fuel economy: it actually uses more fuel and creates more pollution.

 


Electric Vehicles vs Plug-In Hybrids

What’s the Difference?

All-electric vehicles (EVs) are propelled by one or more electric motors powered by a rechargeable battery. They are energy efficient and emit no tailpipe pollutants. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) are hybrids that can be charged by plugging them into an electrical outlet or charging station. They can operate under either gasoline or all-electric power. Plug-in hybrids can store enough electricity to significantly reduce their gasoline consumption under typical driving conditions.

Electric motors have several performance benefits: they’re quiet, have instant torque for quick acceleration and require less maintenance than traditional engines. However, current EVs typically have a shorter driving range than gasoline or hybrid vehicles and their range is more sensitive to driving style, driving conditions, and other factors. Fully recharging the battery can take several hours—though a “fast charge” to 80% capacity may take as little as 30 minutes. Charging options outside the home are expanding. More than 43,000 public and 1,000 workplace charging stations are available. EVs are typically more expensive than comparable conventional vehicles and hybrids due to the cost of the large battery. However, as manufacturers continue to improve the driving range and reduce the cost of these vehicles, they are becoming more practical and affordable for a wider range of  consumers.

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