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Acura Recall, Stick Shift Ethics, Lagonda SUV, Chevy SS: Car News Headlines

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BMW has launched the M5 configurator site giving you the ability to build your own M5 online. With a base price of $90,795 in the U.S. the M5 comes very well equipped as any luxury sports sedan should. Order both major options packages and you'll quickly add another $7,400 to your bill. Depending on your tastes, your mileage may vary.

General Motors announced the 2014 Chevrolet SS is going to be a facelifted VF Holden Commodore from Australia. This vehicle will also be replacing the Impala in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series. While the SS will be a 2014 model, it will arrive in the U.S. during 2013 and make its formal racing debut in February at the Daytona 500.

Aston Martin is still considering bringing back the Lagonda name and producing an SUV. The reason behind the move is the Chinese marketplace. With competitors such as Lamborghini and Bentley preparing to offer high-end luxury SUVs, Aston Martin sees an opportunity.

For all these stories and more, be sure to check the headlines below.

2007-2008 Acura TL Models Recalled For Leaky Power Steering Hose

2013 BMW M5 Configurator Site Now Live

Gazoo Racing Unveils Twin-Charged 2013 Scion FR-S Concept

Chris Harris Pits The GT-R Track Pack Against The 911 Turbo S: Video

Ferrari, Lamborghini, And TVR Damaged In L.A. Crash: Video

Lotus Type 56 Turbine Indy Car Going To Auction in Monterey

Putting Regular In Your Premium Car? Think Twice; Here's Why

On The Ethics Of Driving Stick Shifts, Or, Answering Stupid Questions

Toyota GT86 (Scion FR-S) And Lexus LFA Ready For Nurburgring 24 Hours

Aston Martin's Lagonda SUV Plans Still Alive And Kicking

2014 Chevrolet SS Confirmed As VF Holden Commodore: Official

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