FAQ: Acura of Huntington
At Acura of Huntington, our team loves introducing new and returning customers to our ever-expanding selection of Acura vehicles, which are known for their sleek design and smooth handling. Before you visit our Acura dealership and see the inventory for yourself, here are some important things to keep in mind.
Cars (you know—the reason you’re here)
Q: What does certified pre-owned mean?
A: An alternative to our new Acura cars for sale near Roslyn is our selection of certified pre-owned models. What exactly does certified pre-owned mean? To be deemed certified pre-owned, the vehicle must be under six years old, have less than 80,000 miles, and pass a 182-point inspection. A certified limited warranty is also equipped.
Q: Should I test drive a car before I buy it?
A: We recommend that you do. No matter how much you research one of our new or pre-owned Acura cars online, the only accurate way to gauge how a vehicle handles and performs is to get behind the wheel.
Service & Parts
Q: Do you stock Acura parts?
A: Our Huntington, NY Acura dealership offers a large selection of replacement parts and upgrades for your Acura ILX or Acura RDX. You can even order parts in advance online so they will be ready at your next service appointment.
Q: How often should I get my tires rotated?
A: The automotive technicians in our Acura service center near Bayshore recommend getting your tires rotated every 6,000–8,000 miles. This routine procedure ensures that the tread wears evenly and continues to provide optimal traction.
Q: Is it easy to apply for a car loan?
A: The experts in our Acura finance center will help every customer—regardless of their credit history—apply for car loans when necessary. We work closely with local banks and lenders to find you loans with reasonable interest rates.
Q: Do you offer any specials for military members?
A: We offer all sorts of specials and discounts near Long Island, NY. Active-duty military members, reservists, and veterans are eligible for $750 off eligible Acura vehicles. It’s the least we can do to show our military how much we appreciate their service.