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why check engine light goes on and off?

The check engine light, also known as the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), is a warning system built into modern vehicles to alert drivers to potential problems with the vehicle’s engine or emissions system. However, it is not uncommon for the check engine light to go … Read More

Does replacing the engine reset mileage?

When buying a used car, one of the most important things that people consider is mileage. Mileage is an indicator of how much a car has been used and can give you an idea of its condition. However, there is a common misconception that replacing … Read More

Lamborghini Huracán and Urus Hybrids Coming in 2024!

Lamborghini CEO Stefan Winkelmann has announced the carmaker’s electrification plans, including the release of two upcoming hybrid models and its roadmap for its first two electric vehicles (EVs). Despite Italy’s general opposition to the European Union’s plan for carbon neutrality by 2035, Lamborghini is committed … Read More

Volkswagen to Build EVs for Scout Motors!

German automaker Volkswagen has announced its plan to build electric vehicles (EVs) for its upcoming brand, Scout Motors, in South Carolina. The move comes as part of VW’s efforts to increase its share of the EV market in the United States. New Assembly Plant for … Read More

Alfa Romeo Giulia to move to the electric era!

Alfa Romeo’s CEO, Jean-Philippe Imparato, recently confirmed that the Giulia sedan will move to the Stellantis Group’s upcoming EV STLA Large platform. In an interview with Top Gear, Imparato revealed that the electric Giulia will have up to 500 miles of range and will utilize … Read More

Hyundai Unveils 2024 Elantra with Updated Design!

The current-generation Hyundai Elantra’s angular design created a buzz when it was first launched in 2021. However, Hyundai has recently unveiled an updated version of the Korea-market Avante sedan that gives us an idea of what to expect from the 2024 Elantra, which is expected … Read More

Range Rovers: A Target for Professional Thieves!

In the UK’s capital, Range Rovers have become a popular choice for professional thieves. The keyless entry technology makes it easy for them to steal the car and sell it locally or abroad. Insurance companies have responded by raising premiums and, in some cases, refusing … Read More