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News30 Million Additional Vehicles With Takata Airbags Now Under Probe
Sick of the Takata saga yet? Every time you think it’s over a shocking new development surfaces. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) confirmed on Tuesday that it has opened an investigation into 30 million additional vehicles that could be driving with defective airbag inflators made by the …
NewsA Bit of Good News in Ongoing Global Chip Crisis
Japanese semi-conductor maker Rohm Co. and automakers like Mercedes-Benz recently shared depressing views on the global chip shortage that affects a number of industries. But today we have some encouraging news to report about, and it comes from another manufacturer of those precious electronic components. According to Nikkei Asia , …
BuzzVolvo Canada and Casca Team Up to Make Shoes Using Old Tires
An association between a car manufacturer and World Car Free Day is always a bit… special. But Volvo seems to be out there for the long run with a carbon-neutral future and wants you to know it. Volvo Cars Canada last week announced that it has teamed up with Vancouver-based …
News2022 Honda Civic Hatchback Gets Attractive New Entry Price
The completely redesigned 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback will arrive at Honda dealerships across Canada on October 1 and today we have pricing details for the various models in the lineup. The good news is that the second-generation hatchback is more affordable than the first, at least when you look at …
Electric2023 Cadillac LYRIQ Reservations Open Today, So Get in Line
Today at 4 p.m. EDT is the start of reservations for the all-new 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ , the luxury brand’s first-ever electric SUV and a flagship of GM’s transition to a zero-emission future. We wanted to let you know because the LYRIQ will be available in limited numbers when it …
RecallsFord Mustang Mach-E: Bad News for Drivers… and Criminals
Ford has announced two recalls in two days for the much celebrated Mustang Mach-E electric crossover. The problem is fairly alarming and affects 5,000 vehicles in Canada. First, on 3,178 units, the windshield may not be properly attached and could separate from the vehicle in a crash, significantly increasing the …
ElectricPre-Production Ford F-150 Lightnings Ready to Hit the Road
Unveiled in May, the all-new 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning —the fully electric variant of North America’s best-selling pickup—will begin deliveries to customers next spring. Today, pre-production kicked off at the new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan. Simultaneously, Ford announced an additional investment of $250 million USD ($325 million …
NewsMichelin’s Airless Tire Takes Its First Spin in Public
Michelin has been working on airless tires for more than a decade and a half. Remember the next-generation prototype unveiled in Montreal two years ago? It recently hit the road for the first time in public. The French tire manufacturer used IAA Mobility in Munich, Germany to give consumers the …
NewsThis Chevrolet Suburban Costs a Whopping $4.6 Million
General Motors is used to getting contracts from the U.S. government to build military vehicles, like Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 pickups turned into Infantry Squad Vehicles , but this time the automaker will develop next-generation Large Support Utility Commercial Vehicles for the State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service. More specifically, GM will …
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