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US: Record recall for smallest Swedish automaker Koenigsegg


If you take a look at the news that surround the US automotive industry you’ll see that the ones that signal the health of the sector, with sales on pace to climb above those of 2013 are swarmed by recall related notices. General Motors – with its safety debacle surrounding the ignition switch mishap – has been on top of the ...
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