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KickingTiresIf Jennifer Newman had known her family's 2007 Honda Fit Sport was a target for thieves, she might not have traded her 2009 Nissan Versa hatchback with her father last summer. Newman ??? a senior editor for Kicking Tires ???......
Tags: Insurance, FBI, Theft, Criminals, Auto Trends
KickingTiresFour Japanese automakers ??? Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda ??? have announced a voluntary recall of 3 million vehicles worldwide because of possibly faulty airbags; more than a million of those vehicles are in the U.S. According to the automakers,......
Tags: Toyota Recalls, Nissan, The Detroit News, Honda, Mazda
KickingTiresHurricane Sandy damaged or destroyed more than 250,000 cars, the National Insurance Crime Bureau said Thursday. The Des Plaines, Ill., agency noted that these preliminary figures only include insured cars whose owners filed claims after the October 2012...
KickingTiresTesla on Monday introduced a handful of proprietary quick-charge stations across California, Nevada and Arizona with free charging for Model S owners that spring for the optional hardware. The California automaker disingenuously markets the technology...
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsIf Fort Lauderdale's $340 million bet on pension obligation bonds blows up, the commissioners responsible for the decision can't say they weren't warned. But by the time the long-term balance sheet gets tallied in 20 years, all the current Fort......
KickingTiresCome Saturday, one of the nation's most traveled pieces of road will shut down for about two days ??? again. The closure will affect some 500,000 motorists and has been aptly called Carpocalypse II. That's right, this is the sequel.......
KickingTiresIf you're of a curious mind, you've probably wondered in amazement at the intricacies of global trade. If you're an owner of an Asian import, your vehicle could have traveled the equivalent of nearly 10,000 miles or more, mostly in......
Tags: Google Inc., Globalization, Toyota, Prius
KickingTiresMazda says it is recalling 217,500 Mazda Tributes to fix an unintended-acceleration defect that we first reported on Thursday for the first-generation Ford Escape. The recall affects 2001-06 and 2008 Tributes equipped with a 3.0-liter V-6 engine and...
KickingTiresI've seen my fair share of eccentric things in my northwest Chicago neighborhood of Logan Square ??? Chicago's hipster equivalent to Williamsburg, Brooklyn ??? impromptu 2 a.m. marching bands, anonymous midday drive-by eggings and vehicle fires that...
KickingTiresThe World Health Organization says diesel fumes cause lung cancer, according to The New York Times. The fuel's exhaust is considered to be more carcinogenic than secondhand cigarette smoke, said WHO, adding that it is a likely cause of bladder......
KickingTiresRepublican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the son of former Michigan governor George Romney, defended his 2008 column in the New York Times opposing Detroit's autos bailout with an op-ed in yesterday's Detroit News. Calling the $85 billion bailout ??...
Tags: Jeep, Executive Branch, Cadillac, Russia, Bankruptcy
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Auto loan interest rates are at their lowest in at least four years, according to Bloomberg Business Week. The average interest rate for a new-vehicle loan averaged 4.52% in the fourth quarter......
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