Month: February 2015
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 February 10, 2015
Suzuki has extended a recall of its new Celerio car to more countries after UK tests uncovered brake problems.   Sales in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand have been suspended and owners told not to drive the cars.   It followed reports of brake failure during testing of the £8,000 car by motoring magazines What Car? and Autocar.   The small city car went on sale in the UK over the weekend, and it is thought that ab...
Suzuki has extended a recall of its new Celerio car to more countries after UK tests un...
Suzuki has extended a recall of its new Celerio car to more countries after UK tests uncovered brake problems.   Sales in the ...

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 February 9, 2015
Mitsubishi hasn’t had an entry inside the properly-appreciated, worthwhile mid-measurement-sedan part as a result of the prolonged-in-the-tooth Galant made its exit in 2012. Getting once more into the family-sedan recreation could be pricey—perhaps too pricey for the tri-diamond mannequin. That’s why, in response to critiques, Mitsubishi is in talks with Nissan to plot a mid-measurement partnership. The report comes after comparable talks broke down between Mitsubish...
Mitsubishi hasn’t had an entry inside the properly-appreciated, worthwhile mid-me...
Mitsubishi hasn’t had an entry inside the properly-appreciated, worthwhile mid-measurement-sedan part as a result of the prolonged-in-the-too...

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 February 7, 2015
Mercedes-Benz broke ground Thursday on its new car plant in Brazil, where it is investing 500 million reais ($183 million) to build its C-class and GLA models. Mercedes joins rivals BMW and Audi in establishing production in Brazil to take advantage of expected luxury car market growth and to avoid high import tariffs. Mercedes will start production of the C-class sedan at the factory early next year and production of the GLA compact crossover will follow a few months later, t...
Mercedes-Benz broke ground Thursday on its new car plant in Brazil, where it is investi...
Mercedes-Benz broke ground Thursday on its new car plant in Brazil, where it is investing 500 million reais ($183 million) to build its C-class and...

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 February 6, 2015
Suzuki unveils iK-2 and iM-4 concept models at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show             Suzuki Motor Corporation will display two world-premiere concept models at the 85th Geneva Motor Show next month.   iK-2   The iK-2 is an ideal compact sized car, developed with an innovative theme of “Harmonised Force”. By combining all of the key elements expected i...
Suzuki unveils iK-2 and iM-4 concept models at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show...
Suzuki unveils iK-2 and iM-4 concept models at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show         ...

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 February 5, 2015
Lahore—City Traffic Police will start electronic challan through Android phones.   Punjab Information Technology Board has developed and deployed new Ticket Charging System for Traffic Violations that uses Android phones and Bluetooth Printer to get the job done. With this new system, Police Officers will be able to charge traffic violation tickets on the spot.Under the system, wardens will receive challan amounts from violaters on the spot and give him an el...
Lahore—City Traffic Police will start electronic challan through Android phon...
Lahore—City Traffic Police will start electronic challan through Android phones.   Punjab Information Technology ...

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 February 3, 2015
    Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) under “The Project for Technical Support to Auto Parts Manufacturing Industry” has agreed with Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) for a technical assistance for enhancement of auto parts manufacturing industry in Pakistan. The agreement was signed here Thursday between Mitsuyoshi Kawasaki, Chief Representative of JICA and Muhammad Alamgir Chaudhry, CEO of...
    Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) under &ldqu...
    Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) under “The Project for Technical Support to Auto Parts Manuf...

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 February 1, 2015
While a BMW is arguably one of the safest cars you can buy in terms of performance, it's not especially secure when it comes to wireless features. German automotive researchers recently confirmed that malefactors can take advantage of BMW's ConnectedDrive feature to use a smartphone to break into almost any BMW, Mini or Rolls-Royce vehicle that comes equipped with ConnectedDrive. About 2.2 million vehicles equipped with BMW Group’s ConnectedDrive service were vulner...
While a BMW is arguably one of the safest cars you can buy in terms of performance...
While a BMW is arguably one of the safest cars you can buy in terms of performance, it's not especially secure when it comes to wireless f...

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