AutoComplete: Chevy debuts 2019 Chevrolet Blazer SUV
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The Chevy Blazer is back.
Slotting in between the Equinox and Traverse, Chevrolet's latest SUV features some sharp styling borrowed from a recent refresh of the Camaro.
Inside, there's even more Camaro bits across the dashboard, signaling that this is a bit less pedestrian than some of Chevy's other It will go on sale next year with either the buyer's choise of a 193 horse power four cylinder or a 305 horse power V6.
Audi has issued a recall for approximately 139,000 examples of the 2012 to 2018 A6 and A7 including the S and RS performance variants.
The issue stems from an occupant sensor in the front passenger seat which could malfunction and increase the chance of injury to the front passenger during a collision.
Owners and dealers will be notified of the recall which includes a stop sale of unsold model starting in July.
The Jeep Cherokee is now the most American car on the market according to Cars.com's American-Made Index.
The Illinois built SUV outperformed the competition in terms of both part sourcing and labor, rising from second place in last year's index.
Hot on its heels are two Honda models, the Odyssey and Ridgeline, both of which are built in Lincoln, Alabama.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, and we'll talk to you on Monday.
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