Porsche is top brand in new car quality survey, Fiat worst | Fox News
In 2009, the MTA outfitted one train with cameras in an experimental pilot program. New York Daily News Subway cars on order but not yet in production will include the wiring, power sources and compartments for cameras, Lisberg said. Train manufacturer Bombardier has a $736 million contract to build 300 R179 class subway cars, the first of which will be delivered to the MTA in December. The rest are set to arrive between July 2015 and January 2017, according to an MTA status report on train orders.
2014 BMW i3 Electric Car: Likes And Dislikes From An Early Owner
familiar. Day in and day out, on every highway and in every parking lot, we’re bombarded by all the same cars we’ve seen a thousand times before. Tomorrow’s cars, on the other hand, hold the allure of what’s next. Whether it’s a brand new name or just a new design, there’s something magical about a car between the moment it’s unveiled and the day it begins arriving on dealers’ lots, showing up in television ads, and beginning the quick transformation from future to familiar.
In others, it may leave you wanting for more. BMW’s i3 electric car is about as new as new cars get, and after sharing his very early thoughts on his range-extended model with us, owner Tom Moloughney has now blogged about his likes and dislikes after the first 2,000 miles. The good news, and something that Moloughney is happy to confirm early on, is that he’s still “very pleased” with the i3 overall. You might also notice that Tom’s i3 is a slightly different color to that in his report one month ago. Followers of the BMW i3 Facebook group will have seen these plans unfold, turning his Laurel Grey i3 REx into a vivid metallic red with a full-body wrap.
Class of 2014: The All-New Cars – Kelley Blue Book
The survey is the first major assessment of quality for 2014 vehicles, and it’s closely watched by car shoppers. Consumer Reports magazine’s influential quality study comes out in October and includes other years. Among the findings: WINNERS AND LOSERS: Porsche, which won for the second year in a row, had 74 problems per 100 vehicles. Fiat was last with 206.