Hoffmann's Foreign Auto Repair

Hoffmann's Foreign Auto Repair
Hoffmann's Foreign Auto Repair offers Auto Repair services in Montclair NJ.

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Hoffmann's Foreign Auto Repair has an overall ZapScore of 66. This means that Hoffmann's Foreign Auto Repair has a higher ZapScore than 66% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Montclair, New Jersey is 31 and in the Auto Repair & Services category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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What to do if your car is on the Takata airbag recall list THERE ARE STILL THOUSANDS OF UNFIXED VEHICLES; IF YOURS IS ONE OF THEM, TAKE IT TO YOUR DEALER TODAY APRIL 24, 2017 In 2013, the first of tens of millions of Takata airbags were recalled for their potential to inflate catastrophically and send shrapnel into passengers. Since then, the Takata airbag recall has grown into the largest in American automotive history, and defective airbags have reportedly killed 11 people and injured over 180. Even though the recall started about four years ago, if you find your car on this list and you haven't had the recall repair performed, you should contact a dealer immediately. If you happened to buy a used vehicle on the list after the recall started, it’s still a good idea to run the 17-character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s online tool to see your recall is still open. If you're not sure what a VIN is, this guide can help. http://www.autocheck.com/vehiclehistory/autocheck/en/vinbasics If the VIN lookup shows that your vehicle has the recalled airbags, call a local dealer and get it fixed for free. It doesn't have to be the dealership where you bought the car, nor does it matter that your vehicle is out of warranty; the work will still be performed free of charge. The New York Times says some dealers will give you a loaner car while you're waiting for repairs: Honda, Toyota, Chrysler, BMW, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and GM have all approved loaners for airbag recall work, though GM and Nissan vehicles are case by case. Regardless, the danger is real, and if you've got recalled airbags and your dealer won't give you a loaner, Consumer Reports suggests carpooling, using public transit or renting a car due to the risk involved. One thing no one recommends, however, is fixing it yourself. A junkyard airbag will leave you at square one. Wesley Wren WESLEY WREN - Wesley is an Associate Editor at Autoweek. He loves cutting up old cars, listening to weird music, and going fast.
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Volkswagen will be selling diesels again in the U.S., but don't expect to find any 2017s. Bloomberg reports VW has just been cleared to sell 2015-model-year TDIs, including the Golf, Jetta, ...

When two-stroke Saabs and moon-faced Swedes ruled Monte Carlo! In 1962, a little two-stroke Saab ripped and snorted its way to victory in the legendary Monte Carlo Rally with Erik Carlsson -- a “moon-faced 250-lb Swede,” as our correspondent Jean Dupont deemed him -- at the wheel. http://autoweek.com/article/car-life/throttle-back-thursday-when-two-stroke-saabs-and-moon-faced-swedes-ruled-monte

Over 341,000 Nissan Altima sedans are recalled. An issue with the rear window causing the door to unlatch -- and open unexpectedly -- is forcing Nissan to recall certain 2015-2017 Altima sedans. The latch and lock cable in the rear doors might not have been routed properly from the factory, allowing the window assembly to possibly interfere with the cable when the window is lowered, causing the door to unlatch and open. Nissan will notify owners within the next two months, and dealerships will correct the cable routing free of charge. The automaker has not provided a notification schedule. Just over 341,000 vehicles have been affected by the recall.

Over 576,000 Audis recalled for fire and airbag-rupture risks. Check if your car is involved. http://autoweek.com/article/recalls/over-576000-audis-recalled-fire-and-airbag-rupture-risks