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News Briefs: Chevy, Toyota, NPS, Recalls

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

Chevy Equinox Coming in 2004 Chevrolet will sell the Equinox, its first
crossover vehicle, in the 2005 model year. The new vehicle is based on the Saturn VUE and
will replace the Chevy Tracker and Suzuki Vitara. Suzuki has not announced if it will offer
a similar vehicle. Toyota Tundra Times Two Toyota is developing a Crew Cab
version of its full-size truck, the Tundra. The 2005 Tundra Crew Cab should be in
dealerships sometime in early to mid-2004, morphing the styling changes that took place for
the 2003 model year together with updates for the new 2006 models. NPS Director
Receives Award
National Park Service Director Fran P. Mainella received the 2002
Sheldon Coleman Great Outdoors Award from the American Recreation Coalition. The award
honors outstanding leaders who have enhanced the nation’s outdoor resources.

  • Ford Motor Company has issued a safety recall on 2002 Crown Victoria models. The
    affected vehicles, about half of which were originally sold in California as fleet
    vehicles, could develop a leak and start a fire. Ford reports that a connector between
    the two fuel tanks could leak and, if exposed to a spark, could result in explosion or
    fire. Ford is contacting buyers and making repairs to the connector at no charge to the
  • Nissan Pathfinders, from model years 1996-99 and fitted with Dunlop tires, are
    being checked by federal investigators after three complaints were filed alleging the
    tread on Dunlop Grandtrek TG35 P265/70R15 tires separated. The number of vehicles or
    tires involved is unknown, but most of the tires have been replaced by now.

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