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US legislators could stop registration of vehicles that were not repaired following recall


With two major safety scandals in the span of just one year, US recalls have hit an incredible all-time record – of almost 54 million vehicles. And, remember, we’re still counting one more than a month before the year-end. And headlines these days about the auto industry seem to be only about the dangers coming from these incredible safety issues – ...
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US: Acura has high hopes for refreshed ILX sedan
Honda’s luxury arm, Acura, has been struggling to compete in the booming compact luxury sedan segment as it landed first in the niche with its once-groundbreaking ILX model. But things didn’t ...
US: University of Michigan forecasts 2016 sales over 17 million units in America
With the wide US economy finally ready for a successful expansion, economists at the University of Michigan predict sales of new vehicles would top 17 million vehicles in just two ...
US: fuel cell cars could become a viable option
While usually only California is the driver behind alternative powertrain options in the US, soon fuel cell cars could become a nationwide asset as hydrogen fueled cars might be the ...
Takata inflator shortage could lead to a couple of years of waiting time
Honda and the rest of the carmakers that have recalled vehicles because they were equipped with potentially defective Takata airbags have a big problem – where to find enough replacement ...
US: Texas judge overthrows conviction after accident tied to faulty GM ignition switch
This week a little justice (albeit late) has been made after a Texas judge decided to set aside a conviction for a woman after she pleaded guilty to an accident ...
US: Honda’s unreported deaths and injuries could lead to record fine
The third-biggest Japanese automaker, Honda, acknowledged following inquiries from the US auto safety regulators that it failed to notify the authorities of more than 1,700 claims of injury or death ...
US: parts makers decide to play guilty of auction tampering
Continental Automotive Electronics LLC and Continental Automotive Korea Ltd, two South Korean auto parts suppliers, have acknowledged and agreed to plead guilty after being charged for bid rigging. The US Department ...
Report – GM plans for Karl, Corsa trigger worker unrest
According to a report coming from German business magazine Bilanz, General Motors' Opel division could soon face labor unrest in Germany as workers grow unsettled over the future production plans ...
US: Honda acknowledges it failed to report US accidents as far back as 2003
The third-largest Japanese automaker, Honda Motor Co., admitted recently it under-reported to US safety regulators no less than 1,729 claims of injuries and deaths linked to crashes occurring in its ...



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