You may have heard that the Dodge Viper is a car that wants to kill you, but in at least two cases that might actually be true.
Thats because the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is currently investigating model year 2005 and 2006 Dodge Vipers because of two complaints that the rear suspension knuckle separated, which caused the drivers to lose control and crash.
One of the complaints says while driving approximately 50 mph, the knuckle assembly failed and the vehicle stopped suddenly. The driver crashed into a concrete divider.
NHTSA hasnt issued a recall so far, but one could be issued.
Winter's icy stranglehold on the northern hemisphere has finally been broken. After months of gray skies and freezing weather spring is finally in the air. Automakers are responding to the warmth and sun by emerging from product hibernation. Companies located in places ranging from South Korea to the United Kingdom have unveiled a bumper-crop of new hardware ranging from sensible to insane. Here are the Top 10 reveals from the 2013 New York International Auto Show.
Baring any surprises, the star of this year's New York Auto Show is likely to be the Mercedes CLA45 AMG, a high-powered version of the brand's stunning new affordable luxury sedan. Other major debuts include the 2014 Cadillac CTS, Acura MDX, updated Honda Odyssey and Hyundai Equus, as well as refreshed version of the Buick LaCross, Regal and Chevy Camaro. Rumors point to a Subaru hybrid reveal while it'll also be the first showing of the controversially designed Jeep Cherokee.
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