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FCA recalls 2014 to 2017 Jeep Cherokee models over transmission problems

FCA recalls 2014 to 2017 Jeep Cherokee models over transmission problems

06/20/2020

American auto giant, FCA has just announced a voluntary recall which includes certain units of the Jeep Cherokee, from 2014 to 2017 model year. Get the story!

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Ford says hands-free driving will come with its Active Drive Assist by 2021

Ford says hands-free driving will come with its Active Drive Assist by 2021

06/20/2020

American multinational automaker, Ford announces that its new Active Drive Assist system will arrive by the end of 2021 and will offer Hands-Free Driving. Read it now!

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Toyota partners with MIT to make self-driving cars behave like humans

Toyota partners with MIT to make self-driving cars behave like humans

06/19/2020

Toyota has now partnered with MIT to work on autonomous driving systems that could perceive the driving environment just like humans do. Read more here!

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Lamborghini says it will no longer participate in “Big” Motor shows

Lamborghini says it will no longer participate in “Big” Motor shows

06/18/2020

Italian supercar maker, Lamborghini says it is done attending major, international auto shows. but will rather focus on smaller exclusive events. Why? Get the gist!

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5 most Google-searched car brands in the first half of 2020

5 most Google-searched car brands in the first half of 2020

06/18/2020

Auto manufacturers around the world are accelerating to wrap up a saddening 2020 on a high note, but not all of them achieve an equal amount of attention from the public.

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BREAKING: Tesla’s battery supplier says Million-Mile battery is good to go

BREAKING: Tesla’s battery supplier says Million-Mile battery is good to go

06/15/2020

Tesla Motors is about to rewrite the history of batteries and electric vehicles as new reports claim that its Million-miles battery is now ready for use. Check it out now!

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Why the Third Mainland Bridge is the longest bridge in Nigeria

Why the Third Mainland Bridge is the longest bridge in Nigeria

06/14/2020

The longest bridge in Nigeria stretches 11.8 kilometers over the sea to connect Lagos Island with Lagos mainland.

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Suspected Cyberattack halts production at Honda factories

Suspected Cyberattack halts production at Honda factories

06/12/2020

Vehicle production is currently on hold at all of Honda’s factories in North America due to a suspected massive Cyberattack targeted at the automaker. Read more!

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Honda issues recall for more than 1.4million cars due to faulty fuel pumps

Honda issues recall for more than 1.4million cars due to faulty fuel pumps

06/11/2020

The Japanese automaker, Honda has issued out a new recall for over 1.4 million vehicles globally due to issues with the fuel pump of the affected models. Read more!

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Bentley ends production run for 61-year-old handcrafted V8 engine

Bentley ends production run for 61-year-old handcrafted V8 engine

06/05/2020

British luxury automaker, Bentley finally rolls out the very last of its handcrafted L-Series 6.75-liter V8 engine to end a 61-year-long production run.

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Top 10 most funny-looking cars in the world

Top 10 most funny-looking cars in the world

06/04/2020

Maybe you have seen a lot of weird cars in the world but the following vehicles still give you a wow!!

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Toyota recalls specific 2019-2020 RAV4 models over suspension related issues

Toyota recalls specific 2019-2020 RAV4 models over suspension related issues

06/04/2020

Japanese auto giant, Toyota has issued a new recall for some specific 2019-2020 RAV4 models due to the risk of defective suspension parts. Read more!

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Consumer Reports releases a list of cars that usually have engine issues

Consumer Reports releases a list of cars that usually have engine issues

06/02/2020

The popular American non-profit consumer advocacy website, Consumer Reports, has released a list of cars with the greatest number of reported engine issues. See the list!

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