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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...

  • Already one of the best-selling small crossover SUVs in America, the 2015 Honda CR-V receives a significant refresh designed to make it safer, more fuel efficient, more technologically advanced, and better to drive than previous models.

  • During the past week, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, and even Ferrari issued safety recalls affecting a total of approximately 360,000 vehicles from model years 2009 through 2015.

  • For the 2015 model year, Subaru bestows upon the compact Impreza models a number of changes designed to keep the car competitive in a hotly contested small car class.

  • During the past week, Toyota recalled more than 130,000 Tundra pickup trucks, while several other automakers announced minor safety recalls.

  • Still in the midst of an attempted brand revival, Lincoln enters the 2015 model year with an important new addition to the company lineup: the MKC. Find out what else is new for the entire 2015 Lincoln model lineup...

  • Sales of new light vehicles in the United States continue to grow, year over year, with new light-vehicle retail sales in September now projected to rise by 6% over September 2013 on a selling-day-adjusted basis.

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