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Akio Toyoda: If we don’t change, we won’t grow

Honda plans to inspect and replace or properly install replacement airbag inflators that have been improperly installed under an earlier recall.

Federal transportation safety officials headed to Las Vegas on Friday to investigate a collision this week between a self-driving shuttle bus on its first day of service and.

General Motors plans to share its “vision for an autonomous future” during an investor event on Nov. 30 in San Francisco.

Workers at a Chinese-owned auto glass plant in southwestern Ohio voted heavily against union representation in a major blow for the UAW’s strategy to unionize foreign-owned.

Toyota’s Lexus brand is acquiring the naming rights to a new $4 million indoor sports complex in Detroit with a 545-foot cycling velodrome.

Nine automakers are among the record-breaking number of 609 companies that garnered a perfect score for LGBTQ equality in an annual study.

Germany’s financial watchdog is investigating whether Volkswagen illegally disclosed information about emissions violations to third parties, adding to the company’s legal.

Mahindra is considering introducing vehicles made by its South Korean subsidiary in the U.S., according to Managing Director Pawan Goenka.

Among the revelations in OPEC’s just published World Oil Outlook is a notable change in assumptions about cars and light trucks.

The rental-car business isn’t dead and working with ride-hailing companies will actually offset any market share lost to them, the CEO of Hertz says.

Opel’s export push could mean vehicle production in PSA’s plants in China, Russia and Iran, and even sales in the U.S.

The upside of tax reform has made many automakers reluctant to put lobbying muscle fully behind a fight to preserve an incentive for a market that only represents 1 percent.

Hyundai is considering building the Tucson and Kona crossovers and a planned pickup at its sole U.S.

Despite Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche’s rather prominent post, career networking site LinkedIn has another suggestion: a job at arch rival BMW.

Jaguar Land Rover’s Indian parent reported its biggest profit jump in six quarters after the luxury car brand began selling new models.

Ferdinand Piech, the driving force behind Volkswagen and Audi for decades, is cutting all ties to the company he considered to be more important than his own family.

Opel detailed the former GM division’s first business plan under new owner PSA, promising to launch EVs including a full-electric Corsa and move to PSA platforms sooner than.

A longtime confidant of Henry Ford II, Miller helped modernize Ford Motor Co.’s management and financial controls before rising to president in the 1960s.

Fiat Chrysler aims to reach an agreement with U.S. officials over a fix for vehicles linked to alleged diesel emissions violations by next spring.

Volkswagen of America named a California advertising agency executive as vice president of marketing.

The Corvette ZR1 features several more aggressive design features than the Corvette Z06 — the current top Corvette model — including more sculpted hood, larger lower air.

Like the 2018 Enclave Avenir, the Buick LaCrosse Avenir features unique styling and additional standard features and premium materials.

The maker of Humvee military vehicles filed a lawsuit accusing Activision Blizzard of reaping billions of dollars by incorporating its trademarks without permission in its.

Carl Icahn imagines the next two decades or so of transportation the way a lot of experts do: Americans will ditch personal cars. He sees the migration playing into his hands.

Carvana more than doubled revenue and unit sales in the third quarter but losses mounted as the newly public used-vehicle retailer continued its national rollout.

Authenticom suffered a legal setback in an antitrust case against CDK and Reynolds, but the trial will go ahead.

Ally Financial is tripling its bet on one of the auto industry’s disrupters by committing $2 billion to finance retail contracts for online used-vehicle retailer Carvana over.

COMMENTARY: President Donald Trump may have stumbled onto a useful home truth in his criticism of Japan’s car industry.

For shoppers with an eye on the new Navigator SUV — or any Lincoln, for that matter — General Motors is offering a $5,000 discount to make them think twice.

The next iteration of BMW’s X5 midsize crossover is taking shape and appears to be on schedule for launch in the second half of 2018, possibly as a 2019 model.

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Endurance Review

Endurance is a direct provider of extended car warranties that works with you to find the right plan with the best coverage available. Endurance has coverage available for vehicles up to 15 years old with 150,000 miles or less on the engine. While this might disappoint some customers who have put a lot of mileage on their cars, this range is higher than the extended warranty industry average for mileage and model age.

You can choose from Endurance’s simple Secure plan that covers vital parts like the engine, drive axle and transmission, or you can get complete coverage with the Superior plan. The Superior plan covers a wider range of systems than the Secure plan including your air conditioning, brakes and electrical components. The best coverage plan Endurance offers is the Supreme warranty plan. This plan includes all the systems and parts coverage of the Secure and Superior plans combined and provides maximum protection when you have parts that break down or fail, which means it’s a bumper-to-bumper warranty. Endurance has samples of its plans online so you can see what is included in each.

Most extended auto warranties will not cover a repair if you have neglected to properly maintain your vehicle. You are responsible for any regular maintenance items like oil changes, wiper blades, fuses, fluids and light bulbs. You ll want to keep receipts from any maintenance you do so your claim process will go more smoothly.

Each warranty plan offered by Endurance includes 24/7 roadside service. It is reassuring to know that help is just a phone call away if you ever lock yourself out of your car, need to be towed or run out of gas. This roadside service is available for free once in a 72-hour period, no matter if you are in the United States or in Canada.

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Endurance is the only administrator for its plans. This means that once you purchase a car warranty, Endurance will not pass you off to a different company or provider at any time during the process like many extended car warranty companies do. When you need to submit a repair claim, you simply give the service manager at the repair shop your Endurance card and that person will call Endurance to get the repairs approved. Once the repair claim has been approved, Endurance pays the repair facility directly with a corporate credit card. You never have to worry about paying for approved repairs from your own pocket.

Endurance requires that you go through an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)-certified mechanic, to ensure that all repairs are done properly. This isn t usually a problem since the vast majority of mechanics in the United States and Canada are ASE-certified. If you don’t have a regular mechanic or you have a mechanical failure while you are traveling far from home, you can contact Endurance and the company will refer you to a certified ASE shop to get the service you need.

Endurance gives you a 30-day, money-back guarantee when you sign up, and as long as you do not make any claims during that time, you will be eligible for a full refund. Another nice feature is that you can choose to have a $100, $50 or $0 deductible. Also, your extended warranty is transferrable, so if you end up selling your vehicle with time left on the contract, it carries over to the new owner so the vehicle continues to be protected.

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Endurance takes pride in its customer service and provides friendly, courteous service. You can reach Endurance by phone or by email and you can keep up with them on Facebook or Twitter. Unfortunately, while a customer service representative is always easy to reach by phone or email, there is no option for live chat.


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Background:

Founded in 1999 by Rich LaLonde, Auto Credit Express has offices inside numerous franchise dealerships. The offices are standalone financing operations. In 2001, Auto Credit Express expanded into the online consumer market with the mission of helping people with credit problems buy cars. Auto Credit Express does not appear to be publicly affiliated with any other business entities other than the franchise dealerships that contract with Auto Credit Express to provide loan services.

Auto Credit Express markets itself as an auto loan option for borrowers with bad credit. In addition to financing auto loans for people with bad credit, Auto Credit Express will also help auto dealers profit from sub-prime auto lending through training, software, and guidance. According to their Better Business Bureau business review, Auto Credit Express had an A+ rating with three resolved complaints over two years.

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Auto Credit Express has many key features for potential borrowers including:

  • An easy multistep pre-approval process designed to inform borrowers of their likelihood of approval before submitting a formal application
  • Online pre-approval and application process
  • Numerous online calculators (including a loan estimator) and resources for borrowers
  • Auto Financing options for borrowers with various credit histories
  • Bad Credit Financing options for borrowers with poor credit history
  • First Time Buyer Programs for borrowers with a limited or no credit history
  • Extended Factory Protection option for unexpected repairs on qualifying vehicles.

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Down payments for auto loans through Auto Credit Express vary based on credit ratings between 0% and 10%. Financing rates also vary based on credit history. Other than a down payment matrix, pricing and fees are not publicly available. Borrowers will need to contact Auto Credit Express for pricing information.

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In-depth explanations about leasing, stellar customer service, a vast array of features, and door-to-door delivery are what you can expect from Autoflex Leasing. Our TopTenREVIEWS Gold Award winning product has all of the elements we expect from a superb Auto Leasing company, and it is evident that they have done all they can to ensure the consumer is well educated about the good, the bad and the ugly of leasing.

One of the best features offered by Autoflex is GAP insurance option. This protects leasers if they get into an accident and their car is damaged beyond repair. The GAP insurance will cover everything that you re insurance won t cover, in addition to paying off the rest of the lease. Autoflex also offers door-to-door delivery of vehicles. After you ve chosen the exact car you want, Autoflex will hunt it down and deliver it to you. To make the process a little less expensive, you will have the option of trading in your current car to help with some of the payments.

We were probably most pleased with the amount of depth Autoflex put into their articles about leasing. They offer information on the difference between leasing and buying, types of leases, different costs associated with leasing, and more. We found this to be extremely helpful. Although many of the other sites we reviewed had helpful articles, none were as comprehensive as Autoflex s. In addition to a variety of helpful articles, Autoflex also provides an FAQ section, email support and phone support.


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My son-in-law and I worked on his Nissan Frontier, putting on a new alternator and battery that we purchased from Checker Auto. Everything worked great for about a week, when the same symptoms re-appeared, (dead battery & guages going haywire). After taking the alternator and battery back off and taking them to Checker for testing, Checker says their parts are fine (wrong).

So now, since Checker denies bad parts, we take the truck to Firestone, believing that professional diagnostics is needed to trace down a grounding problem or something else.

Firestone calls back an hour later and tells my daughter, “You have a bad cell in the battery, and you need a new alternator.” My daughter tells the guy that both of these parts were still under warranty at Checkers, being that we just bought them last week.

The mechanic then says, “Well, we do a lot of business with Checkers, and I know the guys at the store you went to, so I ll just get those exchanged for you. Having said that, my daughter authorizes the repairs, thinking they ll simply exchange the parts and charge us the labor for replacement.

When we go to pick up the vehicle, they hand us a “Checker” alternator box, with our “new – bad one” in it and tell us we ll have to take that one back to Checkers for a refund. That alternator was $149.00, but Firestone put the identical alternator from Checkers back on the vehicle and charged $258.00, then gave us the empty box from the new one, to put our “new – bad one” in to take back to Checkers.

I believe this to be unethical, because we had “free replacement parts” available to us through the warranty with Checkers. Firestone couldn t rest on the fact that they would only make money for labor, so they took it upon themselves to cancel the benefits we had with Checker. Sure, we got our money back from Checker on the parts we bought a week ago, but then Firestone over-charged $100.00 on the identical Checker alternator and $50.00 on the identical Checker battery.

Firestone s weak explanation to this was “The computer adds the parts markup and we can t override any charges, then he says and besides, your daughter authorized the repairs”.

When I told him that she authorized the repairs because your mechanic said he knew the guys at Checker and would exchange the parts, he said that s not how we do business and that mechanic really is not authorized to do that.

That s great. Confusion abounds. Ten guys at Firestone can say anything over the phone to get you to commit to authorizing repairs, but none of them are accountable for what they say to get you to commit. So really, there is only ONE party responsible for their committments. the consumer! And after being a long-time Firestone customer for tires and maintanence, this consumer will not be using them any longer.

Wait, let me rephrase that using Firestone tactics.

“Whenever any of my vehicles has a problem in the future, I m coming directly to you and Firestone because you have award winning ethics and great customer service and I know you care about me. that s my committment to you. “

Don t worry Firestone, common people with average intelligence love having lies told to them by arrogant mechanics that hide behind a franchise tag name! That s what makes it great. no one person is ever responsible for making things right, not Firestone- because they ll tell you that was a franchise shop and they re independant. and not the local shop- because they just say they re doing things like Corporate wants us to and that they have no control over policies.

It is my best guess that Firestone mechanics are not hired based on their mechanical prowness, but rather their ability to cram 2 lbs. of crap into a 1 lb. box! It seems all of their “I m authorized for repair/Not authorized for complaint” mechanics possess that honed skill. The side-stepping and elusive loophole tactics used in their business leaves no doubt as to why no-one trusts anyone in the car repair business. Is there an organizational problem flow-chart of excuses Firestone gives to employees to weasle out of quality car repairs they ve been paid a lot of money for?

On my personal truck, a Ford Ranger, I had Firestone do a “lifetime” front end alignment right after getting a new set of Firestone tires. The drivers side tire was leaning (camber) more than I thought it should after the alignment, just by looking from the front of the truck and comparing it to the passenger side tire, but the arrogant tech says, “I ve been a tire guy for 15 years and you can t just look at a tire and say it s out of camber”. So, even though I was dissatisfied, they wouldn t do anything else with it. So I brought the truck back 3, 000 miles later to get the tires rotated and we both SEE uneven wear, isolated on the inside of the drivers side front. He still argued with me that camber wasn t a problem, we just needed to rotate the tires. I said “If only one tire is worn on the inside, putting a freshly rotated tire in that position will only wear that one out on the inside too, right?” This is where his demeanor changed and he started packing the boxes full of crap. He became angry and I was given ANY possiblity other than the camber being adjusted. Naturally, to check all the things he suggested being wrong with it was going to cost me $400-$500 to check. Even when you know your right and the physical properties of your problem is manifested in front of your own two eyes, they resort to humiliating you because your not a mechanic and as a last resort, they turn to anger. This is a great ploy too, because now they have made it so you can t be on professional terms with the people whom you ve paid to fix a problem you still have. They ve stated their position and aren t going to do anything else. So now with your back up against the wall, you feel like your only option is to have to go pay someone else to fix the same problem you ve already paid to have fixed. This is a great operational technique. have people pay you to fix a problem, don t fix the problem. make the customer mad by saying he doesn t have a problem. customer goes somewhere else to get problem fixed. you made money for nothing.

Firestone, if your listening.

Profits seem to be your only concern. but HAPPY “new & repeat” customers BRING YOU THAT PROFIT! If no-one wants to do business with you after being taken advantage of, you ll only get “new” business, which over time, will diminish too when the word gets around from us “experienced” consumers, telling “nonexperienced” consumers where NOT to take their car to get fixed.


German Auto Dismantlers Business Review in Cleveland, GA – Metro Atlanta, Athens and Northeast Georgia BBB #hertz #used #cars


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German Auto Dismantlers is not BBB Accredited.

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Out of Business

On January 10, 2012, we received documentation from Joseph Cogbill, indicating German Auto Dismantlers has been closed since November 13, 2010. He also indicates complaints against German Auto Dismantlers cannot be resolved since the corporation has been closed and there are no assets or inventory remaining. German Auto Dismantlers sold used Porsche Parts.

Mr. Cogbill indicates in 2011 he started a new business Stuttgart Classic Parts which sold New Porsche parts only. This business has closed as well. The company sold the Stuttgart Classic parts website and all new parts inventory to a company by the name of Einmailig on December 28, 2011. Any complaints relating to Stuttgart Classic Parts cannot be resolved since the assets are gone and the business has been terminated. Consumers logging on to the website stuttgartclassicparts.com are redirected to the website for the following company.

Einmalig

5455 Production Drive

Huntington Beach, CA. 92649

The report for Einmalig is issued by BBB of Colton California. A copy of their report can be viewed by clicking the link below.

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As of January 1, 2012, Mr. Cogbill is currently listed as President of E Pullit Auto Parts. BBB Atlanta issues a separate report for this business which can be viewed by clicking the following link.

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A BBB Accredited Business since 10/23/2012

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