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During the past week, Nissan North America (Nissan) recalled 515,394 Versa Sedan and Versa Hatchback vehicles from the 2007 through 2012 model years, due to a defect in the frontal air bag inflator.
Volvo last week provided a few details about its first XC40 small premium SUV that will launch in the U.S. market next year.
The J.D. Power 2017 Manufacturer Website Evaluation Study Cross-Device—Summer suggests that the gap is widening between mobile and desktop auto manufacturer website satisfaction.
On Wednesday, July 26, highlights of the 2017 edition of the J.D. Power U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study will be released to the public, announcing the top-ranked models.
Nissan has added innovative smart one-pedal driving technology to the next-generation, 2018 Leaf electric car that debuts in September.
Since the Subaru XV Crosstrek arrived in 2013, sales have increased annually. Now, the redesigned 2018 Crosstrek is poised to assume a sales leadership role for the brand.
During the past week, American Honda Motor Co. (Honda) recalled 1,148,550 Accord vehicles from the 2013 through 2016 model years, due to a defect in their battery sensors.
Toyota redesigns the popular Camry for 2018, aiming to give the car more style and improved driving dynamics while expanding availability of safety technology and introducing next-generation infotainment systems.
Japan’s Takata Corp. continues to deal with repercussions from manufacturing defective air bags that have led to a rising number of injuries and deaths.
Honda has redesigned the 2018 Accord, making its popular midsize family sedan larger, lighter, more powerful, and more technologically sophisticated than the outgoing model.