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Acura Dealership Near Oyster Bay, NY


Driving Directions from Oyster Bay, NY

Distance: 8.0 miles 

Travel time: 15 minutes

 

1. Head southeast on Berry Hill Rd toward Park Ave   2.0 mi.

2. Turn left onto NY-25A E/N Hempstead Turnpike   2.5 mi.

3. Slight right onto Lawrence Hill Rd   371 ft.

4. Turn right onto NY-108 S/Harbor Rd   1.5 mi.

5. Keep left to continue on NY-108 S   128 ft.

6. Turn left onto Woodbury Rd   0.2 mi.

7. Turn right onto W Rogues Path   0.4 mi.

8. Slight right onto Cold Spring Hills Rd   0.8 mi.

9 Turn left onto W Jericho Turnpike, destination will be on the left   0.4 mi.

 

 

 

Acura of Huntington

Acura of Huntington is proud to serve Huntington, NY and surrounding areas. We're happy to offer an extensive selection of both new and pre-owned Acura for you to test drive. We’ll help find the Acura that meets you and your family’s every need all while sticking to your budget . Our Acura vehicles are refined, efficient, and advanced, and you can experience the Acura difference today here at Acura of Huntington.

 

If you're searching for an Acura service center, our factory-trained technicians know your vehicle better than anybody and will use only genuine Acura OEM parts. From routine maintenance like an oil change to more complex repairs, we'll take care of your luxury vehicle throughout its entire life.

 

Visit Acura of Huntington in Huntington, NY today for all your Acura-related needs!

 

 

 

About Oyster Bay, NY

Oyster Bay is a hamlet on the North Shore of Long Island in Nassau County.  The first mention of Oyster Bay comes from Captain David Peterson de Vries, who in his Journal recalls how on June 4, 1639, he "came to anchor in Oyster Bay, which is a large bay which lies on the north side of the Great Island…"  In the 1880s, the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) extended rail service from Locust Valley as a means to establish a connection between New York and Boston via steamboat on  the Long Island Sound. On June 21, 1889, the first LIRR train arrived in Oyster Bay.  Around the time railroad service was introduced, Theodore Roosevelt, the future 26th President of the United States, chose to make his home at Sagamore Hill.  The oysters that give the bay its name are now the only source of traditionally farmed oysters from Long Island, providing up to 90% of all the oysters harvested in New York State.

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