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2014 Honda Odyssey recalled over Airbags issue

2014 Honda Odyssey recalled over Airbags issue ford IDS VCM The previous generation Honda Odyssey is fresh off an important reminder for a fuel leak that affects approximately 886,000 units, but the updated Odyssey 2014 just got a reminder of his own . According noticefrom the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) , about 25,000 20

The best deals on new cars in July

The best deals on new cars in July Outil de crochetage automobile Although the great Fourth of July events car sales are over, there are still plenty of great car deals that can help you save money this month . If you plan on financing your new car, we found many deals without interest, low interest rates and thousands of dollars in cash back rebat

My car was recalled - now what do I do?

My car was recalled - now what do I do? V-checker V301 Recalls vehicles are at their highest in nearly a decade, with nearly 22 million vehicles marked for safety issues last year alone , according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration . Massive recall of GM and recent settlement of the investigation Toyota recall raises many questi

BMW , General Motors and Toyota issue recalls

BMW , General Motors and Toyota issue recalls MaxiVideo MV101 BMW is recalling 42,080 3 -Series models for a potential problem with the front airbag on the passenger side . The recall affects 2002-03 3 Series convertibles , coupes, sedans and wagons , as well as M3 coupes and convertibles . Reports the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

General Motors draws Shoppers car with free maintenance program

General Motors draws Shoppers car with free maintenance program sbb key programmer General Motors has announced a free maintenance program for some 2014 Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicles. Free routine maintenance will be covered for two years or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first. car buyers who rent or buy a vehicle in 2014 will be eligible for o

Best Finance in February , and rental Cash Back Offers

Best Finance in February , and rental Cash Back Offers VW 3-Button Remote Key A cold , snowy January put a freeze on new car sales , according to many analysts. For February , builders react with a wintry mix of cash rebates , lease deals and financial incentives to promote for car buyers cold and back on the show floor . If you waited for the righ

Volkswagen diesel models will change to avoid misfueling

Volkswagen diesel models will change to avoid misfueling V-checker V301 Volkswagen is approximately 260,000 diesel models redevelopment in North America with a cap filler neck special fuel to help keep owners diesel models refueling accidentally regular gasoline. The cap will decrease the diameter of the neck of fuel nozzles and SO avoidable fuel p

Ford lowers MPG rating on the C-Max, Reimburses Owners

Ford lowers MPG rating on the C-Max, Reimburses Owners Volvo PROSIS Ford announced in a statement Thursday that reduces fuel consumption estimates for 2013 C-Max Hybrid and give customers who bought the car a little refund. According to the EPA, the fuel economy of the C-Max Hybrid will be 47/47/47 city / highway / combined 45/40/43 city / highway

2014 Chevrolet Volt sees 13 percent price reduction

2014 Chevrolet Volt sees 13 percent price reduction Autre key maker automobile If you have been saving up for a Chevrolet Volt, you can save a little less. Chevrolet has announced that for 2014, the Volt will cost $ 5,000 less than the previous models. This is a price drop of 13 per cent. 2014 Volt has a base price of $ 34.995, which includes $ 810

Surprises in the latest Consumer Reports ratings

Surprises in the latest Consumer Reports ratings Volvo PROSIS The conventional wisdom is, if you want a safe and reliable car, you buy a Japanese car manufacturer . According to the latest Consumer Reports reliability ratings , conventional wisdom is not as smart as they used to be . The New York Times wrote: "After the results of Consumer Reports