Archive for February, 2010

7 reasons To Do Business with Parkway Automotive

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010
  • Best warranty 2yrs or 24,000 miles parts and labor
  • ASE certified technicians
  • Parkway Automotive is Little Rock’s ONLY AAA Approved shop
  • A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
  • Lifetime Preventive Maintenance Plan (Free Oil Changes for life)
  • Personal one on one care
  • Free shuttle and low cost rental cars

Parkway Automotive offers G.E. Capitol card- Car Care One

Monday, February 15th, 2010

You can now get 6 months to pay for services and repair at Parkway Automotive.  Get all your fluids flushed and other services performed. Get your car in like new condition and have 6 months to pay with no interest charged. Just come in -we will fill out the application with you on-line. Call 821-6111 or to schedule an appointment. 

Exclusive Video: How Toyota’s Fixing Your Recalled Car

Sunday, February 14th, 2010

as we watch carefully what Toyota is doing we want you to know. Be sure and watch the video on our blog that shows you what to do if your accelerator sticks on any car- you are still in control….

Parkway Automotive announces winner for Valentines Give away

Friday, February 12th, 2010

M. Anderson is the winner of Parkway Automotive’s Valentine give-a-way.  She received dinner for two at Bruno’s Italian restaurant on Bowman Curve in Little Rock and two Chenal 9 movie tickets.

We will give gifts away every quarter just for signing up on our blog. You will also receive up to date car care information about oil changes and how to maintain your car to keep it in reliable condition.

If the Toyota Accelerator Issue Happens to You

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

We put together this quick video to outline two good solutions for what to do if your accelerator sticks:

Let us know if you have any questions

2007 Nissan Armada Question – Chassis, Shocks and Transmission Fluid

Monday, February 1st, 2010

One of blog subscribers wrote in with the question, “On a 2007 Nissan Armada how often should the chassis be lubed, shocks changed and transmission fluid be changed?”

Answer: There are not a lot of chassis lubrication points on today’s cars like there used to be.  However if there are lubrication points then having it performed at each oil change interval, usually every 5,000 miles, should be enough. The transmisson fluid should be serviced every 30,000 to 50,000 miles. The Motorist Assurance program recommends new shocks every 50,000 miles to maintain the best braking and ride control.