At Hassett, we have set out to enhance and complete the total customer experience. From purchase to worry-free service, we’re known for exceeding customer expectations every step of the way.
Robert Spalletta, Hassett’s Parts and Service Director, talks about the easy transition of bringing your vehicle in for service.
All of our technicians are certified by Ford, Lincoln, and Subaru. They know what needs to be done to your vehicle to a repair it efficiently. These are people whose careers are based upon knowing as much as there is to know about your car.
We also have a new, state of the art, waiting room which offers a wi-fi, television, coffee & snacks while you wait for your vehicle to be serviced.
Hassett has the only dedicated truck service center. Some of the vehicles that are repaired in our truck shop are FedEx, DHL, Town of Babylon, Town of Hempstead, MTAPolice, & Homeland Security out of JFK .
There is no surprise that all vehicles need regular maintenance. You don’t want any unexpected costs when they can be avoided so it is important to schedule regular maintenance visits. Come to Hassett for all of your parts & service needs.
All-wheel drive distributes power to all four wheels individually, so that if one wheel slips, the car still has three wheels to rely on – unlike front- or rear-wheel vehicles, which are unfortunately stuck if the only two moving tires get incapacitated. But there are a lot of cars on the market with all-wheel drive. What are some of the most recommended AWD vehicles?
Here at Hassett Automotive, we can’t believe how much Lincoln and Ford have grown over the past few years, extending their range to compete on a global scale. Recently, Lincoln announced it would be opening its first stores in China: big news for some as the automaker brings a unique sophistication and performance to their market.
So why should we care about Lincoln Brand expansion? Well, aside from the short term effects, which might include more work at American plants, the long-term effect of this deal is developing a global brand. According to Lincoln, the intent is to continue growing “The Lincoln Way” until the end of 2016, and reevaluate then. This ultimately means more growth, hotter designs, and better cars.
“The launch of The Lincoln Way and our first Lincoln stores in China marks an important milestone for Lincoln’s reinvention as a global luxury automotive brand,” said Kumar Galhotra, President of Lincoln. “The Lincoln Way demonstrates how a storied brand with a nearly 100-year history is innovating for our Chinese customers while staying true to our roots of personal service.”
This unprecedented Lincoln Brand expansion can only lead to good things in the end. We can’t wait to see what changes this brings, from reinventing old models to introducing completely new designs.