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25-Feb-2019: ANCAP matching support (part 1):
Since early 2018 MIAMI has automatically assigned ANCAP tests to model codes wherever possible. This is done by matching vehicle descriptors and safety features required by ANCAP tests to those previously documented for model codes in MIAMI.
You can now review and confirm matches that can't be made automatically - look for these links in the model code listings:
where the match needs to be confirmed by you.
25-Dec-2018: Updated WLTP support:
If you have WLTP values for FC and CO2 please load these into MIAMI in the new WLTP fields.
You will need to continue to supply NEDC-based or NEDC-equivalent values as well for the foreseeable future.
If you only have WLTP test results you can record NEDC-equivalent WLTP values and record the FC Test regime as WLTP (NEDC-equivalent)
30-Oct-2018: Initial WLTP support:
If you only have WLTP values for FC and CO2 you can now load these into MIAMI. Remember to set the FC Test regime correctly otherwise these values will be assumed to be based on NEDC-style tests when MVR and other systems fully support WLTP.
21-May-2018: Takata Recalls support:
Takata recalls must now use the correct Recall Component and specify whether the recall applies to New or Used imports (not both) in order to support MBIE reporting.
11-Feb-2018: You can now flag Recalls for individual VINs in Carjam and similar web sites - as well as through Rightcar.
Previously this feature was only fully activated for Rightcar. It now also works for sites that use RVID/VFEL - if they show Takata warnings for individual VINs then they should also start showing MIAMI-driven Recalls if you load the relevant VINs.
01-Jul-2017: A broader range of engine types are now supported in MVR and MIAMI.
For more information, see MVR engine definition changes from 1 July 2017.
New engine types 11-16 meet government EV/Low Emission Vehcle Requirements.
24-Apr-2017: Vehicle Safety Recalls (VSR) admin is now managed through MIAMI.
For more information, look for the new Recalls manual alongside the other help links.