Kia, Ford and Buick are all set to get new cars in the second half of 2018, with the introduction of the Kia Navigator and Ford’s new Ford Explorer.
The third-generation Kia Navigation system is set to be introduced on April 12, 2019 and the new Ford Explorers will arrive in April 2019.
However, the first generation of Ford Explorer was launched in 2019 and now that the third-gen Navigator has been introduced, the new car is set for a delay of another year.
This is the second major UK car navigation system to be delayed for 2018.
In 2019, the Nissan LEAF launched with a navigation system that was delayed for two years.
Ford has already revealed the new navigation system for the Ford Explorer, which is set in the UK and features a 3G connection.
In an interview with Auto Express, Ford chief executive Andy Palmer confirmed that the new Navigator is the first navigation system in the world to include 3G.
This will make the Navigator compatible with the UK’s 3G network, he said.
It will also be the first car in the EU to be capable of using a 3D navigation system as well as Bluetooth 4.0, he added.
The Ford Explorer has been on the market for some time, but its launch has been delayed.
The car was due to launch in the first half of 2019, but Palmer explained the delay in the interview with Business Insider:We have had some very challenging delays in the last year, so we are confident that this new Navigate will deliver on our vision for the new year.
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