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Kumho is recalling nearly 12,000 of its Solus tires that are now being added to a recall campaign from last year.
Do you remember the “ooga” horn sound cartoon characters used to make when they saw something shocking?
If you want to create a similar reaction, in real life, tell any Dodge, Ford or GM truckophile that you’re planning to buy a new Nissan Titan.
For the most part, their arguments will be well grounded. Nissan first sold the truck nearly a decade ago and has done little to update it since then.
People who belong in a truck, who really belong in a truck, are better off looking elsewhere. Work horses from the Detroit 3 stables beat it in almost every conceivable category.
Everyone — Nissan included — knows the Titan is getting by these days on Geritol and tanks worth of liquid Aleve. That’s why the brand poached Frank Diaz: the man largely credited with getting the Ram in a position to brag about “guts and glory” on TV.
There could be something big brewing in Nissan’s truck division, but only time will tell. Given all that, this week’s Five-Point Inspection is dedicated to finding a few small things to like about the Titan.
Maybe you remember Terrafugia, the company that brought a flying car to the 2012 New York Auto Show’s hallway.
Global Rallycross (GRC) just announced that it will create the “Lite” class to make the sport more accessible to new and less-heavily-funded drivers.
Microsoft wants to further increase its involvement in the automotive industry, vastly increasing its role with automakers.
“Ultra-masculine anti-aging skin care,” that you can slather on your face is here…
Improperly torqued bolts anchoring second-row seat belts in a total of 272 Mercedes-Benz GL SUVs are cause for a new recall.
Performance cars were predominant in this week’s new cars section including products from the U.S., Korea and Japan.