Here's what's making news on Road Show.
We've historically been fans of the Mazda 3, so when heard that the company was bringing a new one to the LA Auto Show this year, naturally we were curious.
Mazda isn't offering much info in its teaser, but we do know that it will be packing the long-awaited Skyactiv X gasoline compression-ignition engine that we got to go at earlier this year.
Tesla's finally gotten around to selecting it's new board chairperson, something it was mandated to do by the SCC, which chose Robyn Denholm, a four year veteran of Tesla's board.
Denholm will step down from her current position as CFO at Ozie telecom Telstra following a six month notice period.
Optimism isn't usually a problem for people, except for when it comes to their car's fuel gauges.
Which is why Subaru is launching a recall for 229,000 2018 Outback and Legacy models over fuel gauges that read too high.
The digital distance-to-empty display suffers from a programming error that shows more range than is actually available.
Subaru expects to start notifying owners sometime within the next 60 days.
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