If you’ve ever set a bag of groceries or something of a similar weight on your car’s front passenger seat and it caused an “airbag off” light to illuminate, it means your vehicle has.. Car and Driver
An elderly woman is crying profusely over the phone, and all anyone can do is listen and try to console her. Through no fault of her own, she’s now beside herself with a $7000 repair estimate.. Car and Driver
Today's announcement of the ban on new petrol and diesel cars in 2040 is big news, but should we be more concerned about councils’ ability to slap charges on owners of used cars?
The headline news.. Autocar
For most young people and their parents, buying a first car is a major step.
One great option is to look at used cars, which can often be had for a fraction of the cost of brand-new models.
We.. Business Insider
Millenials are voracious consumers of news. One UK survey shows that half of those aged 18 to 35 prefer to get their current affairs fix from a newspaper or magazine. A separate Associated Press survey.. The Next Web
In a week when Millennium Tower tenants gained hope and Doctor Who lost a Y chromosome, this also happened: An Audi commercial in China compared women to used cars, having the mother of a potential.. SFGate
In a company announcement published on 4 July 2017, Tallinna Kaubamaja Grupp AS announced their plans to found a subsidiary in Latvia with the aim to develop car trade. On 12 July 2017, VERTA AUTO ... FinanzNachrichten.de
By Amy B Wang An Audi commercial that aired in theatres and online in China is drawing ire for comparing women to used cars - another bump in the road for the German automaker, which once enjoyed.. New Zealand Herald
German luxury automotive brand Audi apologized Wednesday for airing a commercial in China that compared picking a wife to buying a used car. TheSpec.com Also reported by •USATODAY.com •S.China Morning Post
BEIJING (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker Audi AG has come under fire from consumers in China for an advert that compared buying a second-hand car to checking out a bride-to-be. Reuters Also reported by •DNA •Reuters India
German luxury carmaker Audi AG has come under fire from consumers in China for an advertisement (video below) that compared buying a second-hand car to checking out a bride-to-be. Audi, which is.. IndiaTimes