Nissan recalling vehicles for airbag related software issue

The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) and Nissan issued a recall which affects 989,701 cars in US and around another 60,000 units in Canada market. Affected models include the 2013 and 2014 Altima, Sentra, Pathfinder, Leaf; 2013 NV200, and also Infiniti JX35, Q50 and QX60.


The defect root cause lies in the software that monitors the vehicle’s airbag system...

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Spy Shots: 2015 Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary Special Edition Prototype

2015 model year for the Ford Mustang will be on a completely new platform, which incorporates a Mustang-first-ever independent rear suspension (actually that suspension, similar to the Ford Fusion, is a quite high-end design, which only appears on luxury cars such as the BMW 5/7 series).

Another good news for Mustang fans is this long rumored 50th anniversary edition. Previously some folks claimed Ford will be “all out” for this special product, now it appears that Ford does not throw too many massages on this special edition, except some cosmetic changes, and maybe several ponies extra on the engine...

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2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe US Pricing and Order Guide Available

The latest 2015 BMW 4 GC pricing and order info is available today, you can download it here:

2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe Order Sheet

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Luxury car rentals becomes popular in US market

Rent in Style

When talking about rental cars, most people will think about renting a Ford Focus, Chevy Malibu, Toyota Camry, Starting from the recent 2 or 3 years, luxury cars are increasingly becoming the norm in major rental car companies.

Take Hertz for example, currently one of its popular premium car brand is Mercedes-Benz, mainly the C/E/GLK class. Hertz’s major competitor, Avis, is dedicated to BMW. The 3/5/X3/X5 are the popular models.


Hertz goes a step further and now offers some more expensive cars for rent, which includes the Mercedes AMG models, BMW M cars (M3, M5) and all Porsche models. Specifically the fleet includes:

Land Rover: Range Rover

Porsche: Boxst...

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Why people loves the Lexus RX?

For some car enthusiasts, the Lexus RX is just simply plain from their point of view. Well, this is quite understandable: the RX is based on a front wheel drive platform (which you can even claim it is related to the Toyota Highlander); the engine outputs 270hp (or “merely 270hp” in some muscle car owners’ language, for the RX350), paired to a somewhat outdated universal 6 speed transmission (I know the higher-level RX350 FSport offers an industry-first FWD 8 speed transmission); its exterior looks conservative, and it drives/handles conservatively too. Everything is just so plain, so conservative, nothing interesting at all...

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