You may have known about this spunky little two-door, open-air sport-utility as the Isuzu Amigo. But for 2001 it has...
November couldn’t have posed a more challenging month for automakers this side of another economic collapse. The Big 3 were under scrutiny from politicians during election season, and that only intensified as Republican candidate Mitt Romney told the American public that Jeep was moving its entire production to China. Apparently, the American public didn’t buy
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More than 350,000 people should be getting letters in the mail sometime soon warning of imminent malfunctions, fires, or other impending automotive doom raining down upon them if they don’t act soon. Three automakers—”Old” GM, BMW, and Suzuki—just issued recalls for various issues. As always, here’s a rundown of what they cover, and to whom
It’s been a strong month for Japanese carmakers, with new product trickling in through the pipelines. To wit, Toyota and Honda were the obvious winners this month. No surprise there. It’s like saying that the Abrams M1A2′s 120 mm smoothbore gun with armor-piercing discarding sabot rounds will probably do some damage to a Grumman Kabmaster
Remember Isuzu? No, you probably don’t. Even the last of the Troopers have stormed off into the sunset, amid a pile of rust and faulty wiring harnesses. But the Rodeo—and its Amigo predecessor—which once sold in droves, is being recalled for the few that still hold onto an archaic SUV from a dead brand. If