Exploding Sunroofs? What You Need to Know About the Ford Sunroof Recall

One of the factors most vehicle buyers take into consideration when shopping for a new vehicle is a vehicle’s relative safety. However, very rarely would part of that consideration be whether or not the vehicle’s panoramic sunroof is likely to spontaneously explode and rain glass into the cabin during regular operation. Unfortunately, for many Ford …

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Nissan CVT Transmission Class Action Lawsuit: Essential Resources for Vehicle Owners 

Nissan’s Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) – originally designed and billed by the manufacturer as a system to eliminate “shift shock” and create a smooth gear shifting experience for drivers – has unfortunately for many vehicle owners, been anything but as advertised. In fact, the CVT transmission system has been the subject of numerous vehicle and …

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What a Powertrain Warranty Covers and 3 Crucial Things It Doesn’t

Car manufacturers and dealers have long looked for ways to entice buyers into purchasing new and used vehicles. One of the more common and effective strategies utilized by sellers is the offering of promotional packages including limited warranties, like powertrain warranties, designed to alleviate buyer anxiety about service and potential repair costs. However, while these …

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What Car Owners Should Know About EcoDiesel Lawsuits & Buybacks in 2019

There have been a lot of EcoDiesel lawsuits in the news recently, and many car owners are asking themselves how they are affected. Car manufacturers like Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler have both been sued for cheating emissions testing on their EcoDiesel vehicles. In both cases, car makers have had to pay millions of dollars to …

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