Another Recall for 2013 Ford Fusion, Second in a Week's Time!

Several thousand owners of the 2013 Ford Fusion in the States will soon receive a second recall notice from the Blue Oval, the second one in a week.

The first came on November 30 when Ford announced that 15,833 Fusion sedans powered by 1.6-liter EcoBoost engines were prone to overheating, which could cause a fire.

Now, the second recall concerns 19,106 Fusion models regardless of engine, and manufactured from February 3, 2012, through October 20, 2012, to fix defective headlamps.

“The affected vehicles may not have had the low beam headlamp projector coating properly cured during its manufacturing process,” said the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) in a filing on its website.

According to the NHTSA, over time, this could lead the headlight to become hazy through operation, “reducing the brightness of the low-beam lamp”.

The solution to the problem is to replace the cars’ headlamps, which, naturally, will be done by Ford dealers free of charge. Ford said the recall is expected to begin on December 10, 2012.



2020 Audi RS6 Avant Looks Like It’s Even Better Than Its Ultra Capable Predecessor

The Audi RS6 Avant can be ordered with 440 mm carbon ceramic brakes and 10-piston calipers.

Russia’s Rolls Royce-Rivaling Aurus Opens First Showroom In Moscow

The new Russian luxury brand also aims to open a showroom in China as soon as 2020.

Sterckenn Gives The BMW M5 And M2 Some Subtle Visual Tweaks

A number of carbon fiber add-ons, such as a front splitter and rear diffuser, make the two M cars a little more aggressive.

Skoda Kamiq Subcompact SUV Could Be The Segment’s New Champion

Despite being Skoda’s first entry into a very hot niche, the Kamiq establishes itself as a top runner.

Lotus Evija Is Off To An Outstanding Start, Gets Double-Digit Orders

Lotus has almost sold out the entire allocation of the Evija in the United States before the hypercar even hits the assembly line.

New-Gen Mercedes-Benz Citan Confirmed, Wil Get An Electric Version

The next Citan will continue to be made in partnership with Renault-Nissan but will, once again, get some mods to identify it as a Merc.

Toyota Updates Concept-i, e-Palette Autonomous EVs For 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Toyota will supply 3,700 vehicles, 90 percent of which will be electrified, for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Honda’s Innovative Airbag Promises Increased Front Passenger Safety

Thanks to its design, the new airbag offers better protection in the event of an angled frontal collision.

Supercharged Huracan Performante Demonstrates What She’ll Do In A Straight Line

This lightly modified Huracan Performante crossed the half-mile line at 168 mph which, in our books, is pretty fast.

Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition Arrives In Australia Priced At AUD $53,490

While the 370Z is starting to show its age, Nissan has made it a bit more appealing with this special edition.