AutoComplete: Ford goes big with all-new 2018 Expedition
here's what's making news on road show.
The 2018 Ford Expedition is here and it's loaded to the gills, riding on the F-150's steel frame, this aluminum bodied holler promises synch three with six USB ports, a wi-fi hotspot Hot spot that powers up to ten devices, 360 degrees of camera coverage, and autonomous emergency braking that works at up to fifty miles per hour.
Under hood is Ford 3.5 leader eco boost V6 and anew ten speed automatic transmission.
The expedition rolls into the chicago auto show later this week.
The SRT badge has finally landed on Dodge's biggest SUV.
The Durango SRT debuts in Chicago packing a 6.4 litre Hemi v8 good for 475 horsepower and 470 pound feet of torque.
It will hit 60 miles an hour in 4.4 seconds and cover the quarter mile in 12.9.
That, Dodge says makes this the quickest three row SUV you can buy.
There's 7 different drive modes and you can even tow more than other Durangos.
This is quite the 5,500 pound hot rod.
Chevrolet is recalling about 17,000 2016 and 2017 Cruze's over a seat issue.
And improperly welded seat bracket may reduce its capabilities to protect passengers in a collision and the seat frames may even separate under enough force.
Chevrolet dealerships will inspect both seats and replace assemblies featuring the bad welds in question as needed.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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