Adding to an already-existant recall, the number of Jeep Liberty SUVs affected is climbing to almost 347,000 because of a problem with the lower control arms in the rear suspension. Continue Reading...
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Recalls are a norm in the automotive business, but rarely do we hear about a recall that just affects vehicles that are living in certain climates. Jeep has just announced that it will recall 209,724 units of its Liberty model, built for model year 2004 and 2005. However, the recall is only for States that… Continue Reading...
In an industry which has recently seen generally negative news regarding sales figures, Jeep is bucking the trend. Global sales for this purely SUV brand are up by 41 per cent, while in the US, sales grew by 44 per cent. However, that is nothing when compared to the growth the brand has enjoyed in… Continue Reading...
Silicon Valley is well known for its creation of the latest high tech gadgets. This area has attracted the best minds to work for the best companies to create the gadgets we use in our daily lives. Ford wants to be a player in this field and has announced that early this year, it will… Continue Reading...
Tesla might have started out by producing an electric version of the Lotus Elise, but that’s merely the start of their ambitious program to launch a full range of electric cars. They already have the Model S sedan, which is set to go on sale in 2012, but now they are also working on a crossover vehicle,… Continue Reading...
Chrysler Group LLC has just announced that it plans to fully repay the loans it took from the U.S. and Canadian governments by the middle of this year. In a statement from the auto maker, it says “Chrysler Group intends to complete the repayment during the second quarter of 2011 from proceeds of a new… Continue Reading...
The Cadillac CTS coupe might be the newest American sports coupe on the market, but that doesn’t mean the engineers are now sitting idly by. According to latest industry news, GM engineers are already designing the 2015-model CTS coupe, which will be based on their new ATS small-car chassis. The move to this platform will… Continue Reading...