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The Swagger wagon is back and its got a whole bunch of new kits.
Toyota's 2018 Sienna may pack a freshened face, but the real meat and potatoes lies inside.
It adds standard safely features like adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking.
Plus there are now 5 USD ports across three rows.
It debuted at the New York auto show in April before going on sale this fall.
Honda's CR-V has always been billed as a safe car, but now we know it's one of the safest.
The 2017 CR-V picked up the IIHS top safety pick+ award which requires a vehicle to score well in all crash tests.
It must also provide good headlight illumination and possess some sort of autonomous emergency breaking.
This is the fourth Honda to pick up the award following the Ridgeline, Pilot and Accord sedan.
Jaguar, Landrover owning data addicts will soon have a little more money in their wallets.
AT&T has just announced it will offer an unlimited data plan For vehicles equipped with wi-fi hotspot.
For $20 a month you can suck down all the data you want provided you got the signal.
The only downside is the pipe runs only at 3G speeds on 2017 model year vehicles.
When the 2018's come out, they'll feature an upgraded 4G, LTE modem.
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