The Car Connection picks one or two cars each year to road-test and review for more than the usual week. We grab long-term vehicles when we spot a car, truck, minivan, or SUV that deserves more time behind the wheel, and a more thorough explanation of why we recommend it.
General Motors is recalling more than 2,000 Buick LaCrosse vehicles to address a problem with the car’s power steering system.
From Motor Authority:
General Motors confirmed on Monday that it has reached an agreement to sell its struggling European division Opel to French auto giant PSA Group, the parent of French brands Citroën, DS and Peugeot.
Volvo will unveil its redesigned XC60 tomorrow at the 2017 Geneva auto show but the first photo has already surfaced.
The Q50 was the first model to utilize Infiniti’s Q-based naming strategy when it arrived on the scene four years ago. The car is now at the midpoint in its life cycle and to keep it looking and feeling fresh Infiniti will implement some updates.
From Green Car Reports:
The Lexus LS 500h luxury sedan that debuts this week at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show will use the same “Multi Stage Hybrid System” as the LC 500h coupe.
The Chevy Bolt EV electric car got off to a fast start in its first full month of Canadian sales, selling 86 vehicles in February.
Volvo currently offers plug-in hybrid powertrains in its top models—the XC90 SUV, S90 sedan, and V90.