AutoComplete: Volvo issues a recall for XC60 and S90 seat hardware
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Volvo has got an issue with the seats in some of its XC90 and S90 models, and is issuing a recall to fix it.
Basically, the supplier that built the seat assemblies left some seat hardware out by accident, and this weakens the assembly in the event of a crash.
So yeah The fix is pretty simple, and dealers were made aware.
Notices should go out to vehicle owners starting in May.
When we saw the Mercedes-AMG A35, we were pretty pumped.
It's a handsome and fast little European sedan.
And we very much wanna drive it.
Now, though, we're having our hearts pulled in two directions.
Because Mercedes just teased us with a shot of the CLA35.
Itself a swoopier, coupe-like version of the A35.
Clearly we need to have some kind of side by side comparison to determine which we'll have a bigger crush on.
Volkswagen is planning on taking it's IVR electric prototype razor thing and giving it a rip around the Nurburgring Nordschleife.
But being German, they wanna prepare a little before just turning up and going full send To that in, they ship the IDR down to Spain to soak up some sun and work out any kinks before it tries to smash the ring record.
We don't where in Spain it's testing, but based on the photos we wish were there.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow,com.
We'll talk to you Monday.
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