Tag Archives: 2014

Honda Rod Bolt Recall: 2014-2015 Honda Accord 4-cylinder; 2015 Honda CR-V

Honda will voluntarily recall 137 model-year 2014-2015 Accord 4-cylinder and 2015 CR-V vehicles in the United States to replace the engine short block, free of charge. During engine assembly, an automated system that verifies engine connecting rod bolt torque may not have identified improperly torqued bolts in a specific group of engines. An improperly torqued…
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Audi Reveals Laser Headlights For The New R8

Audi is revealing the headlights of its new R8 as the first of a number of technology highlights of the top sports car. The R8 uses LED headlights which can be supplemented by a laser high‑beam lighting module as an option. The new R8 will set new standards among high‑performance sports cars – including in its lighting technology. As…
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BMW Motorrad Achieves Record Sales In 2014

In 2014 BMW Motorrad sold more vehicles than in the year before, thus achieving a record sales figure for the fourth time in a row. With 123,495 (previous year: 115,215 units) vehicles sold in 2014, the manufacturer delivered more motorcycles and Maxi Scooters than ever before in the company's history. This is an increase of…
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Audi Achieves Fifth Straight Year Of U.S. Record Sales

December 2014 represented the best-ever December sales results in Audi history, as well as the 48th consecutive month of record sales for Audi in the U.S. The previous December record was set in 2013 with sales of 17,013 vehicles. “These record-breaking sales results are a direct reflection of the commitment and dedication of our dealer…
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Infiniti Reports Best-Ever December And Calendar Year Canadian Sales

Infiniti today reported sales of 801 units in Canada, an increase of 35.8 per cent versus 590 units a year earlier and its best December on record. This marks four consecutive months of record sales for the brand and Infiniti's best-ever year in Canada, exceeding sales of 10,000 units for the first time. 2014 2013…
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