AutoComplete: Mitsubishi debuts new Outlander Sport trim in Chicago
Here's the breaking news on Road Show.
Mitsubishi is keeping it affordable at this year's Chicago Auto Show.
The automaker unveiled the 2017 Outlander Sport Limited Edition.
For around $22,000, buyers get blacked out exterior trim, a backup camera, red contrast stitching and an infotainment system with Apple Carplay and Android Auto It'll go on sale later this month, but it'll only exist until the end of the 2017 model year, which should be sometime this fall.
Speaking to a crowd at the Automotive News Retail Forum, Lynk and Co Executive Vice President Alan Visser talked about how Lynk wants to do things differently.
The car will be dropped off with the owner and it'll be picked up when service is necessary.
Model years and trim levels are gone.
Instead, the car will come fully loaded and new paint colors will debut during different seasons.
It'll also be offered as a subscription, kind Kind of like Spotify or Netflix but buyers can still lease or finance one.
Maserati issued two recalls covering 50,000 cars both of which involve increased fire risks.
The first recall affects 2013-2017 Quatro Fortes.
Ghibli and Levante, where an improperly routed wiring harness might wear down when the front seats are adjusted.
The second recall affects just the Quattroporte and the Ghibli, and this one involves fuel lines that might weep or leak fuel.
Both recalls are expected to begin within the next two months.
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