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Nissan Initiates Recall on LEAF Models Over Rearview Camera Issue

In a recent announcement, Nissan has initiated a recall affecting 57,914 units of its LEAF models ranging from the years 2018 to 2022. The recall stems from an issue where the rearview camera’s display image may become distorted or fail to appear altogether. This problem is attributed to potential damage to the camera’s harness, posing …

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Nissan Faces Steep Challenges in China as Shares Plunge

In a significant market downturn, Nissan Motor’s shares fell sharply by 12% on Friday, marking the company’s most substantial decline in over twenty years. This drop came on the heels of the automaker’s quarterly earnings missing expectations significantly and a reduction in its global car sales forecast, highlighting intense competition in China. China’s burgeoning market …

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Is The Mitsubishi 3000GT/GTO Difficult To Work On?

The Mitsubishi 3000GT stands as a monument to the zenith of Japan’s automotive engineering prowess in the 1990s, a period often referred to as the golden age of Japanese sports cars. Among enthusiasts and dreamers, the 3000GT has carved out a legacy that is both revered and scrutinized, particularly when it comes to the ease …

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Are All Mitsubishi 3000GT/GTO AWD?

In the pantheon of automotive legends, few cars have cultivated a mythos as rich and varied as the Mitsubishi 3000GT. A marvel of engineering and design from the Land of the Rising Sun, it stood as a testament to the golden era of Japanese sports cars during the 1990s. With its sleek lines, potent performance, …

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Honda Boosts Profit Forecast Amid Strong North American Demand, Nissan Sees Net Profit Surge

In a recent financial update, Honda has raised its annual profit outlook, attributing the positive adjustment to a robust dollar and increasing demand in North America. This announcement came alongside Nissan’s impressive performance report, which highlighted a nearly threefold increase in its net profit compared to the previous year. Honda has now set its annual …

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Nissan to Adopt Cheaper Lithium-Ion Batteries for Emerging Markets by 2026

Nissan Motor has embarked on an ambitious initiative to manufacture lithium-ion batteries using more cost-effective materials, targeting their integration into electric vehicles (EVs) destined for emerging markets by 2026, according to a report by Nikkei. This strategic move positions Nissan to leverage lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries, which are approximately 20% to 30% less expensive …

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Toyota Achieves Record Sales in 2023, Emphasizes Continued Commitment to Combustion Engines

In a year of record-breaking sales, Toyota has demonstrated that its success is not solely dependent on the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) market. The automotive giant reported a monumental sales figure of 11,233,039 vehicles in 2023, yet only a fraction of these, specifically 104,018 units, were EVs, accounting for a mere 0.926 percent of total …

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Toyota Announces Urgent Recall of 50,000 Older Vehicles in the U.S. due to Potentially Fatal Air Bag Inflators

In a significant development, Toyota Motor has issued a critical recall notice for approximately 50,000 older vehicles in the United States, citing severe risks associated with Takata air bag inflators. The Japanese automotive giant strongly advises owners of the affected vehicles to seek immediate repair services to prevent potential fatalities. The recall specifically targets certain …

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Toyota Halts Shipments Amid Certification Issues with Diesel Engines

Toyota Motor Corp. has announced a temporary suspension of shipments for 10 vehicle models. This decision follows a revelation by supplier Toyota Industries Corp. of certification problems with some diesel engines. During an internal investigation, irregularities were discovered in horsepower-output testing. It was found that the test engines operated on software different from the mass …

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