AutoComplete: Waymo offers self-driving rides to the public
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After two months of doing it in private, WayMo is offer up rides to the public in its self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans.
The Google spinoff has announced an early rider program in Phoenix wherein participants can call upon an autonomous Pacifica for any need.
Whether it's a grocery store run or a trip to soccer practice.
There will still be an engineer in the driver's seat, but the cars will drive themselves as much as possible In case you're wondering how expensive Nissan's new Rogue Sport will be, the answer is not very.
The compact crossover starts at twenty one thousand four hundred and twenty dollars before tax title and destination are figured in.
Move up to the mid range Rogue Sport SV and the price jumps to twenty three thousand and twenty dollars with a range topping SL model going for twenty six thousand and seventy dollars.
If you want all wheel drive on any trim, add another $1350.
Rogue Sport hits dealers May 11th.
There's a new luxury wagon coming to town.
Jaguar has sent out some teasers for its XF Sportbrake, a station wagon variant of its midrange sports sedan.
It printed up a copy of the car's silhouette on the center court at Wimbledon because apparently it needed the teaser to be as British as humanly possible.
Unlike the last XF Sportbrake, this one's coming to America and it'll be here later this winter.
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