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What is Magnetic Ride Control?

Magnetic Ride Control, trademarked and frequently referred to as MagneRide, is an electronic suspension system developed by Delphi. It was first available on the 2002 Cadillac Seville STS, and soon made its way to other General Motors vehicles, making its mainstream debut on 2015 and newer Chevy and GMC full-size pickups and SUVs. The system…
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GM Recalls 83,572 more cars – Brings 2014 alone to 30mm

General Motors announced this week another recall of 83,572 Cadillac Escalade’s and Chevrolet Yukon’s from 2011 and 2012.  This one is because the ignition lock actuator may get stuck in the start position.  No injuries or accidents yet, but of course anything ignition related will cause high alert at GM. This was the 84th recall…
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Blast From The Past: Chevrolet Monza

Every once in a while, I come across extinct car models I had never heard of before. When I do, I like to do a Google search to see what they looked like and most of the time I am not impressed. This makes sense; there is a reason why these models aren’t around anymore!…
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