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  • BMW recalls nearly 49K motorcycles; rear wheel can loosen

    BMW is recalling nearly 49,000 motorcycles in the U.S. and Canada because flanges that hold the rear wheel can crack if bolts are too tight. The recall covers multiple models including certain 2005-2010 R1200GS and R1200RT motorcycles, as well as the...
  • BMW to issue safety recall on 40,000 motorcycles

    BMW to issue safety recall on 40,000 motorcycles
    BMW plans to issue a safety recall on more than 40,000 of its motorcycles. Affected models have a defective rear flange that could cause the brakes to fail or the rear wheel to fall off. The recalls are for the 2005 through 2010 model years of the...
  • Correction Officer, Arrested After Fatal Crash, Facing New Charges

    Correction Officer, Arrested After Fatal Crash, Facing New Charges
    BRIDGEPORT — State correction officer Patricia Daniels, who is free on bail in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash in December, is facing new criminal charges after a friend told police Daniels beat the friend's 11-year-old daughter with a...
  • The Jean Knows Cars review: 2015 Porsche Macan Turbo threatens to break the Fun-O-Meter

    JeanKnowsCars.com Porsches should have their own separate Fun-O-Meter scale, because in the greater automotive landscape all Porsches would always rate a 10. If I was only rating Porsches, though, I'd preserve the sanctity of the Perfect 10 for the...
  • Auto review: Value-packed sedan puts Acura back in the luxury game

    In addition to being the worst crossword answer ever, the three-star 2015 Acura TLX SH-AWD sport sedan is a major step back toward relevance for Acura. The brand, which Honda launched in the 1980s, invented the Japanese luxury car and built a handful...
  • Auto review: Sedan hasn't lost its strut

    Leave those sequined jeans and the tomato-red cowboy boots in the closet. Likewise, we probably won't need the parrot or David Lee Roth's ankle-length black leather coat for our spin in the Chrysler 300. Which suits me just fine. I'm odd-looking...
  • Dallas Auto Show glitters like gold with six- and seven-figure cars

    DALLAS Big money rolls down the streets of Dallas literally. Bentleys, Ferraris, Maseratis and even a Bugatti or two regularly grace some of Dallas' more gilded boulevards. Long known as a city sweet on luxury cars, Dallas' fascination with six- and...
  • Auto review: Meet the RC coupe: Lexus' party-hopping, hot new girlfriend

    Flamboyant, strutting coupes with fat tires and evil exhausts never wear chrome "L's" on their taut rears. Autobahn assault vehicles like that always come from BMW or Audi or Mercedes-Benz. Lexus, meanwhile the soft, quality-conscious do-gooder brand...
  • Motoring Q&A: Pinpoint engine noise with mechanic's stethoscope

    Q: I have a 2005 3.8-liter Chrysler Town & Country with about 152,000 miles on it. It has a constant engine noise like a diesel pickup truck when parked and idling. The Chrysler dealer was not sure what was making it and suggested they start by...
  • BMW electrifies X5 plug-in hybrid SUV

    BMW electrifies X5 plug-in hybrid SUV
    BMW is plugging in to efficiency in a new way with the announcement of the X5 xDrive40e. Despite the tedious name, this new mid-size crossover SUV is the first plug-in hybrid vehicle from BMW, outside of its innovative "i" sub-brand. The crossover is...
  • Toyota drives onto Olympic stage in record sponsorship deal

    The world's biggest automaker is driving onto the world's biggest sports stage. Toyota Motor Corp. signed on as a global Olympic sponsor Friday in a landmark deal reportedly worth nearly $1 billion, becoming the first car company to join the IOC's top-...