During the past week, various automakers, including Ferrari, Ford, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, and Toyota, issued recalls affecting a total of just under 1.5 million vehicles. Issues include air bag deployment, tire-pressure monitoring, and braking systems.
In conjunction with its sponsorship of the annual Black Entertainment Television (BET) Experience at the L.A. Live sports and entertainment complex in downtown Los Angeles, Nissan has unveiled a special edition of the redesigned 2016 Maxima called the SR Midnight.
U.S. new light-vehicle sales in June are expected to remain robust, with retail deliveries setting a new pace and reaching their highest levels for any June since 2005, according to a monthly auto sales forecast update from J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.
Chevrolet is giving Americans one more reason to look forward to summertime--a redesigned 2016 Camaro convertible. There's just one catch. You'll need to wait almost a year before you'll be able to buy one.
The quality gap between premium and non-premium brands is narrowing, according to the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM (IQS). In fact, most of the major improvements in this year's IQS are from the non-premium nameplates.
Customer satisfaction with auto insurance providers improves from 2014 and has reached a record high, according to the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Auto Insurance Study.SM
During the past week, Honda issued a recall affecting some 2.3 million vehicles, while Toyota has expanded two earlier recalls to include a total of more than 3 million vehicles--all to address faulty air bags produced by supplier Takata.
The U.S. auto industry is back on track as initial quality of new vehicles this year improves from the 2014 decline in overall new-vehicle quality, according to the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM (IQS).
On Wednesday of this week, highlights of the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM (IQS) will be released to the public.
During the past week, a total of 62,520 passenger vehicles were recalled by their manufacturers, including more than 40,000 Sprinter vans and nearly 20,000 Acura MDX SUVs and RLX sedans to address a problem with the collision-mitigation braking system (CMBS).