April 18, 2024
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What are the Top 5 Problems Lamborghini Murcielago Owners are Complaining About?

The launch of the Lamborghini Murcielago shortly after the new millennium was was a pivotal moment in the history of this iconic car manufacturer as it had to follow win the footsteps of its illustrious predecessor, the Diablo. If you were looking to tick plenty of boxes on your luxury car must-have list the Murcielago

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Volvo

Volvo gets fined by NHTSA for recall problems

We often hear all about the recall business and how manufacturers face the wall when it comes to older cars and whatever problems they may have developed. What doesn’t really come to our attention is what happens after these recalls are carried through. In Volvo’s case we’re going to have the news in a different

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Aston Martin

Aston Martin Cygnet generates production problems

Even though it is one of the most criticized cars ever made and a general target practice situation for the automotive journalists, Aston Martin’s Cygnet is in very high demand. That isn’t exactly bad news for the British company which stands to make quite a decent amount of money from the process as well as

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Nissan

Nissan trucks prone to transmission failures

Japanese reliability has taken very few hits before, but nobody can say there’s many of them out there. Even Toyota’s massive recall turned out not to be a manufacturing problem. Recently however, there’s been a pretty big problem identified with the automatic transmission Nissan fits to their trucks. The gearbox fitted by the Japanese to

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Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo SUV weighs a lot in the company’s future

Are you ready for another disappointment from one of the petrolheads favorite Italian brands? As far as Alfa Romeo is concerned if the company is to have a proper chance at the future, their upcoming SUV has to deliver the goods and sell like hot cakes.

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Ford

2.7 million Ford F-150s are now under NHTSA investigation

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just announced how its employees will have their work cut out for one of the biggest recall inspections ever. After a few complaints and an initial inspection the federal body discovered enough potential risk with the Ford F-150 that the courtesy was extended to more than 2 million units.

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Honda

2011 Honda Civic recalled due to a fuel tank valve issue

You’d think the Japanese have plenty on their hands with the recent tsunami and earthquake situation but as it happens, it’s not. One of their cars, the 2011 Honda Civic has been identified by the NHTSA as suffering from a serious problem.

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Jeep

NHTSA says the Jeep Wrangler doesn’t need a recall

Now here’s something special, the NHTSA came up with an announcement concerning an automotive recall that isn’t supposed to happen. The Jeep Wrangler is one of the cars that doesn’t suffer from any flaws with fuel spillage systems.

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Chrysler Jeep

Chrysler aims for the Japanese market with the Jeep Grand Cherokee

We all have moments when we do something that is so stupid it conjures up people asking us what were we thinking. Chrysler’s moment is in trying to increase sales in Japan. Going for JDM isn’t that big a stupidity but doing so with the Jeep Grand Cherokee just might be.

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Nissan

Nissan Leaf production is too slow

Nissan may have refined the EV technology to the point where the Leaf is actually a viable and usable vehicle in the real world but they still have some problems. And according to the latest announcement to come from the Japanese, Nissan’s biggest problem with the Leaf EV is making it fast enough.

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Honda

Honda Accord Hybrid under the NHTSA magnifying glass

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has just announced that they’re pulling out all the stops in a new investigation. The latest NHTSA investigation focuses on the Honda Accord Hybrid and a serious problem which may be related to unintended acceleration.

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Toyota

NHTSA says Toyota’s acceleration problems caused 89 deaths

The title pretty much says it all as a recent report of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Toyota vehicles were involved in unintended acceleration accidents that have totalled 89 deaths since 2000. This figure is a worryingly increase compared to the previously reported figure of 52 fatalities due to the issue.

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Chevrolet General Motors

NHTSA running an investigation on 2004 Corvettes

The 2004 Chevrolet Corvette is undergoing investigation from the NHTSA after there have been several complaints in relation to the fuel tanks of these vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that it has opened the investigation into 33,000 of these 2004 Chevrolet Corvettes over leaky fuel tank problems.

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Infiniti

Recalls, this time it’s Infiniti

Nissan has made one of those announcements that is troublesome but it’s sort of becoming an every day event. There will be a recall, quite a big one and focused on a serious problem with the 134.215 Infinitis in question.

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Lexus

Toyota halts sales of the Lexus GX 460

A recent survey done by Customer Reports brought out that 2010 Lexus GX 460 SUV has an increased risk of the vehicle rolling over during a turn. This has prompted Toyota to ask dealers to stop deliveries of the GX 460 Lexus. Toyota’s statements of pride in the Lexus brand as one that has, for over

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