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    Toyota Issues Global Recall of 362,000 Vehicles  

    The largest of the three separate recalls covers 170,000 Camry sedans with defective ball joints that could cause a loss of control of the vehicle....More
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    Chrysler to Replace Takata Airbag Inflators  

    The automaker has notified federal safety regulators that it will begin replacing potentially defective Takata airbag inflators in more than 371,000 U.S. vehicles in early December....More
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    Mercedes Recalls C-Class Cars With Possible Steering Defect  

    The German automaker is recalling 10,509 C-Class compacts from the '15 model year because some of the cars could lose steering function at low speed....More
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    Nissan Expands U.S. Recall of Cars With Takata Airbags  

    The number of vehicles recalled increased from about 30,000 to nearly 53,000 after NHTSA received additional information from Takata and consulted with NHTSA, which requested the original recall....More
  • Nov 10, 2014

    Is ’15 Ford F-150 Too Advanced? 2

    When it comes to vehicles, lighter almost always is better. Whatever Ford did to the F-150 has made me a believer....More
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    BMW to Test Street Lights With EV Charging Sockets  

    The automaker next year in Munich will test two street lights that combine its ChargeNow recharging stations with LEDs....More
  • Nov 6, 2014

    C’mon Parents, Let’s Be Better Role Models 1

    Statistics substantiate the argument too many moms and dads engage in dangerous behaviors and tasks such as driving unbelted, texting while driving and driving intoxicated. Our kids are watching....More
  • Nov 4, 2014

    Cheap Gas Worries Auto Industry

    A very senior Toyota executive told me that if gasoline prices are around $3 a gallon in 2018, the company will not be able to meet CAFE regulations. If Toyota can’t meet CAFE targets, then who can?...More
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    NHTSA Probes Honda Handling of Takata Airbag Defects  

    The regulator is investigating whether Honda, one of 10 global automakers that have recalled millions of vehicles with defective Takata airbags, properly reported deaths or injuries in any of its vehicles equipped with the possibly faulty devices....More

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