Chrysler 300 Recalled, Kia Sedona Axed, GT500 On The 'Ring: Car News Headlines

May 7, 2012

Today at High Gear Media, the 2013 Kia Rio gets an optional stop-start system and we wonder if Hello Kitty is a good permanent addition to your car. Toyota is moving more production to America and we show you the largest muscle car collection you probably will never get to see in person. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection.

Don't forget the rebates when you buy that car for your college graduate.

The Kia Rio is getting an optional stop-start system for 2013.

Toyota plans to bring most of its production of North American-market cars to North America.

The Kia Sedona is getting the axe after 2013, though a replacement is likely for 2014.

The 2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 has made its trip to the Nuerburgring.

This is the biggest muscle car collection you'll likely never see.

One of our readers did the math on how to optimize for electric miles.

Would you want Hello Kitty on your car forever?

Chrysler is recalled the 2011-2012 300, and Dodge Charger due to an issue with the anti-lock braking system and stability control system.

Is the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster going to use a targa top?

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