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2020 BMW X2

2020 BMW X2The 2020 BMW X2 is the most style-oriented bite-size luxury-brand SUV, but it’s largely in a class of one. There’s a reason you don’t see many on the road: paying more for less doesn’t have wide appeal. For those willing to trade interior space for a sleek roofline, the 2020 X2 rewards with a fun-to-drive nature and a...

Toyota and Honda recall millions, Vanderall Edison 2 review, Prius's limited future? What's New @ The Car Connection

2019 Toyota AvalonToyota recalls 2.9 million newer vehicles for airbag and seat belt defects The cars may have a faulty sensor that could malfunction in a crash. Honda recalls 2.4 million vehicles for a separate Takata airbag issue The automaker says defective airbags may not properly inflate if the car is involved in a crash. 2020 Audi TT review Exceptional turbo...

Toyota recalls 2.9 million newer vehicles for airbag and seat belt defects

2019 Toyota CorollaToyota is recalling 2.9 million hatchbacks and sedans from a defective electronic control unit that can malfunction during a crash, the automaker announced Tuesday. The signal from crash sensors might not be read, leading to incomplete deployment of airbags and seat belt pretensioners. This can increase the risk of injury in a crash. Affected...

2020 Audi TT

2020 Audi TT 2.0 TFSI quattro Side Exterior ViewThe 2020 Audi TT balances style and performance like few cars on the road. The well-proportioned car is a blast to drive in any configuration, though the best of this lineup is arguably the mid-level TTS. If you happen to have a race track country club membership, however, the firmer, faster TT RS is a thrill machine with a hefty price to match...

Honda recalls 2.4 million vehicles for a separate Takata airbag issue

2000 Honda Accord Sdn DXHonda is recalling 2.4 million older model Honda and Acura vehicles to inspect and replace airbag inflators supplied by Takata, Honda announced Tuesday. The recall affects 1996-2003 model years, but Honda said it was not related to prior Takata airbag inflator recalls. Last week, BMW, Nissan, GM, and other automakers continued the largest recall...