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GM recalls to date, as of October 4, 2014
GM Recalls Cadillac SRX, Chevrolet Spark, Saab 9-4X, Stops Sales Of Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon

Over the past few days, General Motors has issued new recalls and clarified details about existing recalls that affect more than 500,000 vehicles around the globe. The company also issued a stop-sale for two pickups due to airbag flaws. Including the latter, GM has initiated some 75 recalls since...Read More»

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Swedish Court Denies Bankruptcy Protection For Saab

Swedish Automaker Saab has been denied bankruptcy protection by a district court in southern Sweden. The decision opens the door for both labor unions and creditors to proceed with bankruptcy filings against the automaker. The Vanersborg District Court denied Saab's filing for creditor protection...Read More»

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Sun For the Whole Family: Family Cars with Dual Sunroofs

Call them sunroofs or moonroofs, UltraView or Panorama, or even something else, when it comes to the best family cars with dual sunroofs, it’s not the name that matters but how top-drawer the feature is. Here are dual sunroofs from six automakers worth a look. Family vehicle choices include...Read More»

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Saab's 9-4X Hits Dealers, But Are There Customers?

Saab’s 9-4X crossover is built by General Motors in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico, so production hasn’t been affected by Saab’s assembly line shutdown in Sweden. The heavily-anticipated new model, built on the same platform as the Cadillac SRX, will be in dealer showrooms later this month...Read More»

Top Gear Stage Another Electric Car Stunt
Top Gear's Electric Car Stunt, Ferrari Crash: Car News May 13, 2011

BBC's Top Gear is at it again with electric car stunts. After already having its fun with the Tesla Roadster, Top Gear was caught filming a dead Nissan Leaf. We can't wait to see the electrifying footage. [AllCarsElectric] Furthering our notion that a campaign for saving the Ferraris is needed...Read More»