August 10, 2014

Moving Forward

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

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(Harley-Davidson)

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

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(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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