Honda has replaced 300,000 Takata inflators in Mexico
Honda de Mexico announced that it has replaced more than 300,000 defective Takata airbag inflators, representing half of the potentially affected vehicles in Mexico. The company made it clear that the effort is not going to stop until it has repaired as many affected units as possible, which includ...
Ford recalls 9,000 vehicles for issues in fuel pumps, brake hoses
Ford Motor Company announced two recalls on certain pickup trucks, SUVs and heavy-duty trucks for issues in fuel pumps and brake hoses. Overall both recalls involve 9,000 approximately.  The first recall implies approximately 7,500 Ford F-150, Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles equipped wit...
Marcopolo, MAN Truck & Bus sign US$ 210 million-plus deals with Grupo IAMSA
Bus manufacturer Marcopolo announced in recent days it has signed a contract with Grupo IAMSA to provide 1,085 bodies, which will result in revenues of more than US$ 149 million. It is the largest contract since the Brazilian company established operations in Mexico, said Marcopolo in a statement. ...
Sales of electrified vehicles hike 43% during first quarter in Mexico
Sales of electrified vehicles increased 14.8% during March to 1,309 units. This figure comprises of 1,290 hybrids and 19 plug-in electric cars, according to the latest data available from the Mexican Automotive Industry Association. Total sales in the first quarter of 2018 were of 3,564 vehicles, 4...
KBB names Mazda3 the coolest car under US$ 20,000 in the US market
Kelley Blue Book (KBB), the vehicle valuation and automotive research company, recently named the Mexico-made Mazda3 its number 1 pick on the list of the “coolest cars under US$ 20,000” in the U.S. market. “Widely regarded as the best-looking and most fun-to-drive vehicle in its segment, the ...

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