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  1. Nissan has issued a recall for nearly 57,000 Murano crossovers from the 2013 and 2014 model years. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that one of the components supplied for those vehicles may not perform its job as expected. That component is a power steering hose clamp, and its job is to secure the hose that carries the...View the full article
  2. If you're a fan of 80s movies, here's a little something to brighten up your Monday: Domino's has dropped a new Ferris Bueller's Day Off-themed ad campaign, and one of the clips stars a familiar face--and fascia. So far, the campaign consists of two clips. One references the beginning of the film, when Ferris talks about his plans for the day. The...View the full article
  3. Last Friday was not a particularly good day for Donald Trump. After campaigning for months on promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the president's attempt to follow through on those vows stalled on Friday afternoon. Though Democrats were strongly opposed to the American Health Care Act, the bill's failure has largely been...View the full article
  4. Uber parks self-driving car fleet after wreck Ride-sharing giant Uber says it is parking its fleet of self-driving cars after an accident involving one of the experimental vehicles late last week in Tempe, Arizona. Deathwatch, continued: Faraday Future still stalled in the desert Why do we like to watch some companies fail and not others? It...View the full article
  5. By lowering the minimum threshold of what it calls drunk driving, Utah will become the strictest state when it comes to getting behind the wheel after a drink or three—and it may not be the last. Last week, Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert signed into law a measure that redefines the state's definition of drunk driving from a blood alcohol...View the full article
  6. Ride-sharing giant Uber says it is parking its fleet of self-driving cars after an accident involving one of the experimental vehicles late last week in Tempe, Arizona. The wreck involved a Volvo XC90—part of a fleet of vehicles being tested by Uber—but the company says that although there was a human behind the wheel and another...View the full article
  7. Why do we like to watch some companies fail and not others? It usually comes down to the size of their ambitions: the bigger they are, the better the show. That's why the implosion of brash, boastful Faraday Future has been so fascinating. New details about Faraday don't suggest that it's folding or filing for bankruptcy--not yet, anyway. But they...View the full article
  8. Report: Achieving the EPA's 2025 emissions goals could be 40 percent cheaper than expected If you follow car news at all, you know that U.S. president Donald Trump has announced a review of the auto emissions regulations approved by the Environmental Protection Agency during the final days of the Obama administration. Ford taking cloth upholstery...View the full article
  9. The Chevrolet Equinox's revitalization has been long overdue. Compact crossovers are all the rage in America's driveways and Chevy's entry had been out of touch for a few years. The old model could trace its roots back to George W. Bush's first term. Despite some updates, its thirsty engines, its chintzy interiors, and its dearth of advanced...View the full article
  10. Yesterday, we learned that French authorities are planning to investigate allegations of emissions fraud involving diesels made by Fiat Chrysler, Volkswagen, Renault, and PSA Group. Now we've learned that Daimler diesels are also the subject of a probe--this one conducted by German officials. That shouldn't be much of a surprise. Volkswagen's...View the full article
  11. The term "sport" gets used in a lot of different ways these days. In this case, with its 2018 Edge, Ford is dressing things up a bit with a new extra cost SEL Sport appearance package. At first glance, the package, which doesn't add anything to later the Edge's ride and handling, seems like just another ploy to separate money from wallets in the...View the full article
  12. Tale of two hatches: New 2018 Toyota Sienna and 2018 Toyota Yaris unveiled Oh, sensibility. How we've missed you. 2017 Honda CR-V nabs Top Safety Pick+ award Honda's hot-selling CR-V crossover has been redesigned for 2017 and it's among the safest crossovers on the market, says the IIHS—albeit with some caveats. Fiat Chrysler, Volkswagen...View the full article
  13. If you follow car news at all, you know that U.S. president Donald Trump has announced a review of the auto emissions regulations approved by the Environmental Protection Agency during the final days of the Obama administration. That news had many automakers cheering. They believe that the cost of developing and installing technology to meet the...View the full article
  14. If you follow car news at all, you know that U.S. president Donald Trump has announced a review of the auto emissions regulations approved by the Environmental Protection Agency during the final days of the Obama administration. That news had many automakers cheering. They believe that the cost of developing and installing technology to meet the...View the full article
  15. The 2018 Toyota Sienna has a familiar minivan shape and mission, but its new shape and unique features separate the van from the clan—maybe that's the plan? When it goes on sale in the fall, the Sienna will be offered in a familiar and wide range of trims: L, LE, XLE, SE, and Limited. A Premium designation will be available for several...View the full article
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