Infiniti announced that production of their new, lightweight twin-turbo V6 engine has started at the Iwaki plant in Japan.
Have you heard of the term Original Equipment Manufacturer parts or OEM when having your vehicle serviced or repaired? These are vehicle parts that have been made by the car manufacturer. Many automotive companies also use outside manufacturers to design and produce the parts used on the vehicle and then the dealer adds their logo and packages it in their custom packaging.
If you’re interested in buying a car, reliability is probably on your mind. And if that’s the case, you’re probably seeking out Japanese vehicles, which are generally thought to be more reliable than cars from other countries. But what about safety?
The Japanese Auto Repair family wishes you and your family a fun and safe holiday weekend. If you’re one of the 42 million Americans taking a road trip this Thanksgiving, make safety your first concern before hitting the road. Read our tips before you drive.
Has a recall or technical service bulletin been issued on your car or truck? Not sure what a TSB is or the difference between a recall and a TSB? Staying on top of recalls and TSBs ensure safety for you and your family but which type also determines who is responsible for fixing and paying for the issue with your car.