August 10, 2014

Moving Forward

Harley brings back Road Glide; SS is first Chevy with park assist



Harley Road Glide returns
Harley-Davidson recently reintroduced its popular Road Glide, a year after it was taken out of the company's 2014 model-year lineup. The new motorcycle has many features of Harley's Project Rushmore motorcycles, including a touch-screen audio and navigation system on the premium model, which sells for $23,199. The new Road Glide, introduced before the company's full 2015 model-year lineup comes out later this month, has a modified version of the "shark nose" fairing, or shell, typically associated with the bike.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


(General Motors)

Chevy SS gets park assist
The 2015 SS sedan will be Chevrolet's first vehicle to feature Automatic Parking Assist as a standard feature. The technology uses sensors on the front and rear bumpers to detect the width and depth of parking spaces and provide hands-free parking help.
NWautos staff


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