AutoComplete: Ford adds 1.5 million vehicles to door latch recall
Today's Thursday the 8th of September and here's what's making news at Road Show.
Under the heading hang on tight, Ford has expanded a door latch recall to another one and a half million 2013 to 2016 vehicles in North America.
They may have a door that opens at speed Hyundai's also just revealed its I30 hatchback, getting a jump on the Paris Motor Show later this month.
The question remains if it will come to the U.S. as earlier versions did, badged as Elantra GTs or Elantra Tourings.
We happen to think there's room in the world for practical cars that aren't crossovers.
And Volvo's preparing to release its new V90 cross country.
Cross country's are distinct from the more pedestrian XC crossovers because they're jacked up and look rather absurd if they're not muddy, not unlike an Audi all road.
We have a Volvo teaser video for you and we'll bring you the full look when the new V90 cross unveils later this month.
For more on these stories, head over to the roadshow.com, I'll talk to you tomorrow.
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