It’s officially summertime here in the great State of Colorado! Colorado is arguably one of the most beautiful States in the nation with our magical mountains and endless outdoor adventure. With so much beauty there is so much to see, therefore taking a road trip this summer around the State seems like the perfect summer vacation!
Colorado may be famous for its mountains but there are also other attractions that will appeal to anyone’s adventurous side. Colorado has the tallest sand dunes in North America, the tallest standing at about 750 feet. The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is located in Mosca Colorado, a little over four hours outside of Denver. The park stretches 84,997 archers. Sandboarding, Skiing, and sledding are activities one can do at the sand dunes that are an experience that’s going to be hard to find anywhere else! The park also contains alpine lakes, woods, and mountains.
If you are looking for something a little more scenic then Hanging Lake is the place to visit this summer! Located a little less than three hours form Denver, located in Glenwood Canyon, Hanging Lake can be a day trip or road trip. This lake looks like something out of a fairytale with crystal clear water, water falls, and a beautiful view.
Mazda’s are perfect for road trips; the CX-5 is a sporty cross over that can fit the whole people along with everyone’s belongings. Stop by McDonald Mazda to find the car to take you where you want to go this summer!
Are you in need of an oil change? If so you should come on down to McDonald Mazda to take advantage of this great offer. For $27.95 get a conventional oil change and for $39.95 you can get a synthetic oil change. For just $9.99 more get a tire rotation!
Brake maintenance is an important aspect of keeping you and others on the road safe. Get $25 off per axle on any genuine Mazda brake pad. Did you know that Genuine Mazda pads hold a lifetime parts warranty? Visit McDonald Mazda today and take advantage of this special offer!
The Mazda6 has excellent safety ratings, fuel efficiency, and just so happens to be incredibly comfortable. A good vehicle smoothly blends practicality and comfort. There are many factors that have drawn attention to the 6 and that have elevated it above the competition. Motor Trend called the 6 graceful and athletic—a dynamic doozey—a driver’s car that’s easy on the eyes. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety praised the 6 for the optional Smart City Brake support. Car and Driver said that the 6 not only looks like a million bucks on the inside and out but it also rives like it. Kelly Blue Book has named the 6 the lowest cost to own for the second consecutive year. AutoTrader.com has said buyers who pass on the 6 are missing out on fuel efficiency, performance, style and substance. Road & Track said, “This car is as close to perfect as you can get for the money. The steering and chassis make the class-leading Camry feel like a dead fish; the Accord, a dead fish with an ego problem.” If you still have any doubt that the Mazda6 outperforms its competition stop by McDonald Mazda to meet with one of our sales consultants today!
With McDonald Automotives rebranding we thought it seemed appropriate to share the epistemology behind Mazda.
Mazda’s company name derives from an ancient East Asian God, Ahura Mazda. Ahura Mazda was the God of wisdom, intelligence, and harmony. Mazda interpreted that Ahura Mazda was also a symbol of the origin of both Western and Eastern civilizations and automotive culture. The company name is also incorporates the westernized pronunciation of the founder of Mazda’s name, Jujiro Matsuda.
Over the past 80 years Mazda has had an array of emblems in attempts to properly represent their brand. 1997 was the year that Mazda found a brand image that properly encapsulated the businesses values. The Mazda emblem is a symbol of Mazda’s dedication to growth and improvement. The Mazda “M” is symbolic to the prosperity and spirit of the company, as it spreads its wings.