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  • An issue with air bag inflators may affect more than 800,000 Toyota, Lexus, and Pontiac brand vehicles from the 2002-2004 model years. Get up to speed with all of the latest auto manufacturer recalls in this week's Recall Roundup...

  • For serious off-roading enthusiasts who prefer dusty trails and rock-strewn washouts to quiet streets and stress-inducing traffic snarls, such things brings to mind a certain four-letter word. Of course, that word is Jeep. Find out what's new for all of the 2015 Jeep SUVs...

  • During the past week, two of the Detroit Three automakers announced large vehicle recalls. American Honda, Mazda, and Mitsubishi also announced small recalls. In all, approximately 845,000 vehicles are affected.

  • The 2015 Ford Taurus is a full-size, 4-door family sedan that the automaker claims is the most fuel-efficient vehicle in its market segment aside from hybrid models from competing automakers.

  • Chrysler Group recently announced plans to make Dodge the company's performance brand, and if the 2015 model year is any indication, this is more than just marketing hype. Find out what's new for each of the 2015 Dodge cars, SUVs, and vans...

  • While the monthly volume of new-vehicle sales has traditionally been the primary determinant of the health of the U.S. auto industry, the unprecedented growth in the average price of new vehicles in the past five years must be considered another key indicator.

  • During the past week, Chrysler Group, Mitsubishi, and Nissan issued recalls of several different models affecting a total of just under 700,000 vehicles.

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