What Are The Most Fuel Efficient Cars On The Market?

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With talks of climate change and the effect of greenhouse gas emissions, it’s no wonder that environmental impact is one of the things we consider when looking for a car. Fuel-efficient vehicles are taking center stage in the automotive market. Propane-fueled vehicles are also gaining popularity because of their smaller impact on the environment compared to vehicles running on gasoline and diesel. If you want to convert to propane in Bucks County, you’ll find affordable options and more than 2,500 refueling stations all over the country to ease your way into a greener lifestyle. Continue reading What Are The Most Fuel Efficient Cars On The Market?

Faulty Wiper Motor Promps Recall of Mazda 3 and Mazdaspeed 3 Models

A problem with the windshield-wiper motor has prompted Mazda to recall about 409,000 of its 2008-9 Mazda 3 and Mazdaspeed 3 models worldwide, including about 103,000 in the United States.

Mazda told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that the ground terminal of the wiper motor may be bent and, over time, the wiper motor may stop. The condition could raise the risk of a crash, the automaker noted.
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Mazda Recalls 215,000 Cars for Power Steering Problem

Mazda is recalling about 215,000 of its 2007-9 Mazda 3 and Mazda 5’s because of a steering problem that could increase the chance of a crash, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The agency says the problem is a loss of power assist which reduces “the driver’s ability to steer the vehicle as typically expected.”

The recall comes about a year after Mazda started fixing vehicles in Japan for the same problem.
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Is $17,000 Too Much to Pay for Chevy’s New Cruze Compact Car?

On Thursday, General Motors announced that the base Cruze will start at $16,995 when it goes on sale in September.

That puts the Cruze a few hundred dollars higher than its Japanese competitors in the compact car class: the Honda Civic, which starts at $16,405, Toyota Corolla ($16,200) and Mazda 3 ($16,095). All prices include destination charges.
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