Halleluja~! No new EPA rules for street-to-track race cars

Should I purchase an extended service warranty?

Service contracts or extended warranties will reduce your cost of operating your car or truck. For many years, a leading consumer publication has suggested that service contracts are not worth the investment. This is not what we see everyday. Our clients who have a comprehensive service contract usually get far more repairs paid for than the contract originally cost.
No one wants that phone call that it’s going to cost $500 to repair a broken window or $1,400 to replace the water pump. A good service contract will pay for a majority of these types of repairs, often with a $0 deductible plus your rental car, trip interruption, towing, etc. covered as well. Sometimes these unexpected repairs can hit at an inopportune time financially. The right service contract takes away the financial burden and gets you back on the road quickly and painlessly.
The sooner you buy a service contact the less expensive it is. Quality Motors offers contracts on most makes and models. Don’t delay, call Mike today at 949-364-3636 for a free, no obligation
quote. All we need is your vehicle’s VIN # and current mileage.


BMW drivers don’t always have a great time at Nurbergring

Glad all these people were alright in the end, some poorer than others!


BMW M3 artwork

Check out this M3 artwork

Thanks to reddit user draws_your_car for the great artwork!

The New MBZ E-Class arrives in Detroit at DAIS 2016

Tis a boat!

I bet I know what he’s getting for Christmas!

It’s sweat socks!

Tis a boat!

Mercedes drops the new 2017 SL Roadster at the LA Auto Show


What it’s like to go behind the scenes at the BMW F30 production facility

What touring the Munich BMW factory is like:


Word of mouth RULES!

The best compliment a business can receive is being recommended to friends and family. Please remind your friends to tell us you sent them and once their first repair or service is completed, we’ll send you a $50 cash card! Contact us for more info!


Autoblog takes us on a tour of the Pebble Beach Concourse d’elegance

MotorTrend can’t help but be impressed by the MINI Cooper S – John Cooper Works


MotoMan reviews the Mercedes AMG S65’s 621 Horsepower / 738 lb/Ft of torque

Filed under “Honesty is the best policy”

The girlfriend of a California man wrecked his brand new motorcycle. Afraid his insurance company wouldn’t cover the loss because he had loaned out the bike, the man convinced one of his buddies to tie him to the back of his truck and drag him down the road until he was sufficiently scraped up to look like he had had the motorcycle accident. When questioned by the insurance
investigator, however, his girlfriend buckled and confessed that it was she who was actually riding the damaged bike. (The best part is, the loss would have been covered either way.)

Interesting new technology for auto bodies

UltraTech International, Inc., has developed a paint coating that is both superhydrophobic (nothing wet will stick to it) and oleophobic (nothing oily will stick to it). The nearly-transparent product is called “Ultra-Ever Dry.” NissanMotor Company is experimenting with its use on their cars and trucks. Basically, with the Ultra-Ever Dry coating over the paint, you would never have to wash
your vehicle because it would never get dirty—nothing would stick to it! Mud, tar, bugs, bird droppings, snow, ice … it all just slides right off!

Did you know? China Edition!

In China, the number 4 is considered bad luck
since it is pronounced the same as their word for
“death.” As such, you won’t find license plates
with that number in them, or bus numbers, or train
cars. They also skip the 4th floor, 14th floor, 24th
floor (any floor with a 4 in its number), in addition
to the 13th floor. So a fifty story building in China
might only have 35 actual levels.

BMW will be going back to the future with a new concept car inspired by the 70s CSL

BMW plans to release the i5 next

Mercedes-Benz plans on releasing a pick-up

Goodbye 2014, hello 2015!

The seasons cycle pretty fast, don’t they? We’re just getting used
to summer, and the leaves on the trees start dropping. Before you know it, we’re shopping for holiday gifts and setting our goals and resolutions for the following year! Slow down, will ya!
Here at Quality Motors, we already know our 2015 resolutions:
to continue providing all our valued customers with the very best in automotive service, repairs, and sales; to stay ahead of the technology curve and complete each task we’re given with integrity, high-quality, value, and efficiency; and to give our customers the confidence they need to pass our name along to their friends and family.
As this year comes to a close, we’re reminded once again of
what a privilege it is to have your trust and loyalty. The opportunity you give us to serve your automotive needs humbles us and we take this responsibility very seriously. We know you have choices when it comes to the care of your family vehicles, and we are glad you have chosen us as your automotive shop.
The entire staff at Quality Motors wants to wish you the very
best in the coming year. May 2015 be a year of good health and
prosperity for you, your friends, and your family. And if we can be
of service to you or anyone you know, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We’re here for you. Thank you!

December Holiday Hours

Quality Motors will be closed on December 24-25 for Christmas and we will also be closed on December 30, 31 and January 1, 2014 for New Year’s! Have a happy holidays from all your friends at Quality Motors!