It addresses "one of Expedition’s last unsolved big customer needs." Here’s a hot item straight from the bizzaro news desk. The Ford Expedition has 15 cup holders, ensuring that – even when packed with seven passengers – each person has access to not one, but two drinks. Packing SUVs with cup holders isn’t anything new for the American market, but for reasons we don’t quite understand, Ford has partnered with Dr Pepper to create an Expedition-themed 15-pack of soda. You know, one can for each cup holder, because Ford apparently wants to promote … the Expedition’s cup holders? Expedition News That Matters: 2020 Ford Expedition King Ranch Arrives With Royalty Inside And Out 2020 Ford Expedition King Ranch Edition To Start From $74,290 Believe it or not, that’s not the part we don’t understand. On the Dr Pepper package, you’ll find the phrase “We didn’t include 15 cup holders just … [Read more...] about Ford And Dr Pepper Partner On Weird Expedition Cup Holder Promo
More expansions will happen through the end of 2019. At the beginning of May, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requested that Takata recall 35 million to 40 million airbag inflators that lacked a desiccant – a substance to absorb moisture. Now, eight automakers in the United States have announced 12.05 million vehicles in need of new inflators as part of this safety campaign. The automakers outlining their expanded recalls include: Subaru, Mazda, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Nissan, Honda, Ferrari, Toyota, and Mitsubishi. NHTSA splits the U.S. into specific zones to coordinate this massive campaign, and companies are prioritizing their repairs based on the potential danger to drivers. For example, Zone A includes hot and humid areas that are most at risk for an inflator rupture. The likelihood of the components bursting decreases through Zones B and C. To see if your vehicle and region is currently part of this … [Read more...] about Automakers announce 12M more vehicles for Takata recall in U.S.