AD #1150 – All-New 2014 Toyota Corolla, Motorcycle ABS Mandate? Honda Defends Line-Up

published 8 years ago by John McElroy

Toyota takes the wraps off its all-new 2014 Corolla. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety petitions the U.S. government to try and get anti-lock braking systems mandated for motorcycles. We reported that Honda’s five core models make up 93 percent of sales in the U.S., but the company’s VP of marketing defends its other models. All that and more, plus a look at how Ford is helping Michigan create new jobs.

Although lying daily is brought to you by BorgWarner feel good about driving. Bridgestone your journey our passion and by Dow automotive systems improving durability and increasing design flexibility with beta make structural and he serves at tao beta mate.com. Hello and welcome to auto line daily and T. G. I. F. I'm John McElroy filling in for John today but now let's get to today's news and we start off in California where Toyota made a big splash last night when it took the wraps off its all new corolla with acrobats hanging over the crowd. Posing with the car that could have been named after. But wasn't. Toyota showed off the eleventh generation subcompact car to not only the press. Customers who may actually want to buy it. The company is hoping this redesign corolla will recapture ...

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