AutoComplete: Volvo recalls 74,000 new cars for seat belt problems
Today is Wednesday, November 9th, and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Volvo, inventor of the three-point seatbelt, just recalled 74,000 models for something you think it would have perfected by now.
A connecting pin in affected cars' buckles might prevent seatbelts from working properly in a collision.
A number of 2016 and 17 models are affected, including the brand new S90 and SC90 models, as well as the XE60 and X6 Some units are still on dealer lots and they'll be fixed before they're sold.
The 2017 Kia Cadenza is cushier, better looking and more competent in second generation.
And it happens to be cheaper too.
The big four door starts at $31,990, that's $1,000 than its predecessor.
The sky is the limit, of course, and a fully loaded Cadenza will set you back nearly 45 grand.
But if you're looking for a luxury, full-sized sedan that flies under the radar, don't overlook this one.
Mercedes-AMG will be racing around even more U.S. tracks near you soon.
The company's GT3 race car will participate in the next season of the IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship Series.
Mercedes AMG has announced a works team with Riley Motorsports and multiple customer teams will be racing as well.
The AMG [UNKNOWN] 33 is a carbon fiber bodied beast that's four ana a half inches wider than the road car, and packs a 6.2 lieter, naturally aspirated V8 because racecar.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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