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Kia Recalls Vehicles Again to Address Engine Fires

Despite the government shutdown, Kia is recalling approximately 68,000 vehicles in the U.S. because of a fuel injector pipe issue that can potentially lead to engine fires, reports the Associated Press.

Ford Recalls 410K F-Series Pickups

Ford is recalling 410,289 of its 2015 to 2019 F-150 and 2017 to 2019 Super Duty trucks equipped with an engine block heater, due to a possible defect with a cable connector, the company has announced.

Ford Releases 2019 Ranger Power Numbers

Ford's 2019 Ranger delivers 270 horsepower and 310 lb.-ft. of torque that enables the midsize pickup to achieve towing and payload numbers at or near the top of the segment, Ford announced.

Mazda to Electrify Entire Lineup by 2030

About 95% of Mazda vehicles sold in 2030 will be powered by some form of electrification, and the company will also revive its rotary engine for use as a range-extender for one of two planned battery-electric vehicles, according to the automaker.

2019 Silverado to Offer Turbo Four-Cyl. Engine

Chevrolet's 2019 Silverado will offer a turbocharged 2.7L inline four-cylinder engine to help the truck achieve greater fuel economy, along with updated versions of its V-6 and V-8 engines, and a new 3.0L Duramax diesel.

Cummins Introduced as Cummins Integrated Power

Cummins is repositioning itself as Cummins Integrated Power. The new name denotes both the company’s expertise in technology integration and its reach into different alternative fuel segments, including diesel, natural gas, hybrid and battery-electric.

How to Avoid Over- and Under-Spec'ing Pitfalls

Spec’ing a medium-duty truck is a complicated process that requires hundreds of decisions and choices, with each potentially impacting another. It is a science to achieve the balance between over-spec’ing and under-spec’ing a truck.