General Motors has issued a recall for 47,000 Cadillac SRX models, due to an issue with the crossover's side aribags. According to a post on the Web site of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the head airbag on the passenger side will not inflate in a crash if there is no passenger in the seat. That could leave a right-side rear-seat passenger in a vulnerable position in a front- or side-impact crash. Dealers will reprogram the airbag sensors in order to remedy the problem, at no charge. Notices will be mailed to owners beginning today. The issue affects 2011 SRXs...
2011 Saab 9-4X Aero: First Drive
While we have truly unique vehicles like the next-generation 2013 Saab 9-3 to look forward to—or at least hope for, given the current uncertain state of Saab's future—in the meantime the Swedish automaker is subsisting on designs directly shared with its former owner, General Motors...Bengt Halvorson
Jewel Is Alive And Well, Thanks To Her Cadillac SRX
We haven't heard much from Jewel in a while, and many of us were beginning to think that she might've headed off to a retirement Vanagon somewhere in Alaska, bringing her chapter in American pop music (and her brief footnote in American poetry) to an end. But now we know that Jewel is still alive...Richard Read
2010 North American Car Of The Year Short List Announced
Many excellent cars didn't make the cut from the nominee list revealed earlier this year.Nelson Ireson