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Consumer Reports Dubs The Toyota Prius Best New-Car Value; Nissan Armada The Worst

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Cadillac's Future, SEMA, 2015 Audi R8: Today's Car News

Today at The Car Connection, automakers gear up for SEMA and BMW recalled the 2005-2007 7-Series due to a potential roll-away issue. Jay Leno drove the 2012 Tesla Model S and... read more October 30, 2012 by 


 
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2013 Nissan Sentra Driven, BMW Recall, Tesla Dealership Woes: Car News Headlines

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2007 BMW 7-Series 750i

BMW Recalls 2005-2007 7-Series To Fix Software Glitch

BMW is conducting a voluntary recall of certain 2005 through 2007 7-Series sedans to fix a software problem that may allow the doors to open, even when they appear to be... read more October 25, 2012 by 


 
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Audi, BMW, Mercedes Sell For 25% Off In China: Is This The End?

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