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AutoComplete: VW accessorizes Atlas with new Weekend EditionChevrolet prices the Colorado ZR2, and KBB hands out cost-of-ownership awards.
Here's what's making news on Road Show, Volkswagen isn't shy about pushing it's new three road Atlas and it's latest concept is no exception. The Atlas weekend edition makes use of a bunch of VW accessories to create a crossover that's ready for a long road trip. It's got an expendable cargo box on top, LED lights on the grill and even a cargo divider/pet barrier. It's no [INAUDIBLE] but we're still looking forward to seeing it at this weeks Chicago auto show. Chevrolet's Colorado ZR2 is all about playing in the dirt, and now we finally know the cost of admissions. The ZR2 starts at $40,995 or about $25,000 less than a comparable Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro. It looks mighty capable, but we wont know if it's capable of capturing hard earned American dollars. Until it goes on sale this spring. Kelley Blue Book's latest study looks at the total cost to own new vehicles over five years. Subaru and Acura walked away with top honors for traditional and luxury brands respectfully. It's Subaru's second award over the past three years and Acura is a repeat winner as well. [MUSIC]. The awards are a bit more varied when broken down by vehicle segment, with winners coming from every corner of the industry. Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.