European Exchange is Prepared for the Next Generation of Transmission

USA Today discusses Ford and GM’s collaboration for new 9 and 10 speed transmissions.

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"A car’s transmission is one of its most important components, but it is also susceptible to many mechanical issues." -- Rich Varjan

Hackensack, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 27, 2013

Two American automakers, Ford Motors and General Motors, recently announced that they are pooling their resources to create new 9 and 10-speed automatic transmissions, according to the latest news article from USA Today. While the companies will eventually work separately, they are currently using both engineering teams in a joint development deal that the auto giants signed.

This new generation of transmissions is said to bring about many positives changes for driving in the future, one of which is an increase in fuel efficiency. With so much pressure on the world’s corporations to become more environmentally friendly, these transmissions will likely be very welcome in the global economy.

Overall, what this improvement will do is create smarter transmissions that will keep customers’ cars running for more years. This strong focus on a new and improved transmission helps to highlight the important and central role that a transmission plays in any vehicle. Any sort of mechanical issue with the transmission will render the vehicle useless.

Agreeing with this sentiment, Rich Varjan of European Exchange explained that is why his company specializes in fixing transmissions. “When your car’s transmission is not working, at European Exchange we strive to repair it and return it back to its owner as soon as possible.”

European Exchange is one of the top suppliers of transmissions for Northern New Jersey. Established in 1976, the company works with all types of transmissions from automatic and manual to antique and marine. European Exchange is one of the sole suppliers to the transmission industry of many imported parts and has experiencing fixing most vehicles on the road today and in the future.


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