Toyota Vietnam recalls 306 Toyota Veloz Cross

Monday, Jan 09, 2023 19:08

A model of Veloz cross. — Photo courtersy of Toyota Vetnam

Toyota Motor Vietnam on January 4 made an announcement to recall 306 Veloz models to replace dashboard gauges on this model.

Under the announcement, a total of 306 vehicles are affected with codes W101LE-LBSFF and W101LE-LBVFF manufactured from April 11, 2022, to April 18, 2022.

According to Toyota Vietnam, dashboard gauges are spare parts installed on the vehicles, which have the function of displaying information during driving such as vehicle speed, fuel level, warnings, and messages. In the dashboard gauges of affected vehicles, solder may be incorrectly filled in some terminals of the printed circuit board (PCB) where the integrated circuit (IC) of the power circuit is installed.

Replacing and fixing dashboard gauges is free of charge at Toyota dealers nationwide.

Vinfast announces VF 6 and VF 7 all-electric crossover specs

Visitors gather at the Vinfast booth at the CES 2023. — Photo courtersy of VinFast

VinFast has announced the specifications of its newest all-electric crossover models, the VF 6 and VF 7 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2023) CES which runs from January 5 through January 8 in Las Vegas, the United States.

Early reservations for both vehicles will begin in March 2023. These two models are in B and C segments respectively in VinFast’s full range of high-quality electric vehicles introduced last year.

The VF 6 and VF 7 have stylish, sophisticated designs, crafted by VinFast and world-famous car designer, Torino Design. Both models will be available in Eco and Plus versions.

Both models will be equipped with level 2 ADAS features for all Eco and Plus versions and modern technology features such as a virtual assistant, mobile application - C-app, etc. creating an exhilarating experience for every journey.

HVN launches new Rebel 500 in 2023

A new version of the Honda Rebel 500 made its debut on Thursday in Viet Nam. — Photo courtersy of HVN

Honda Vietnam (HVN) rolled out a new version of the Honda Rebel 500 on Thursday in Viet Nam.

The model has quickly gained the trust of customers who are in love with the combination of a classic, timeless look and the forward-looking, contemporary style of a cruiser.

The bike impresses owners with three new colours (black red, dark grey, and rough black) which not only create a fresh, unique look but also highlight the ­­throwback, classical features of the model.

New Rebel 500s are equipped with a dual-channel anti-lock braking system to enhance the driving ­experience for users on every ­journey. The bike’s speedometer is equipped with a blue-backlight LCD screen, which is a glorious ode to the bike’s ­reductionist design allowing riders to easily observe the necessary ­information.

The new version of the Rebel 500, imported from Thailand, is available at Honda Motor shops at the retail price of VND180.8 million ($7,533), VAT included. — VNS

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