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  1. Tesla, once beloved by critics, plummets in new Consumer Reports ranking


    Tesla, the upstart all-electric automaker that once landed Consumer Reports' best-ever performance rating, has now achieved a far less impressive feat, with a ranking from the reviewer that labels it one of the least reliable car companies in America.

    In the Consumer Reports reliability survey released Monday, the Tesla Model X, which first rolled out to drivers last year and now starts at $74,000, was panned by drivers frustrated by problems with doors, locks, latches, power equipment, in-car electronics and the climate system. It ranked last for reliability among a dozen luxury mid-sized SUVs. [Associated Press (2015)]
  2. My First and Favorite Car: '55 Chevy Bel-Air, Mike Barber, 70, Lutz


    '55 Chevy Bel-Air

    My grandfather, H.A. Barber, homesteaded a ranch deep in the Badlands along the White River in South Dakota. It was across the river from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. We were raised with a work ethic. I chose not to work for the family, but rather take a job with the brand-new …

    Mike Barber drives his ’55 Chevy through the Black Hills of South Dakota.
  3. Honda and Acura step up efforts to warn 30,000 Florida drivers that their Takata airbags could kill them


    In a rare partnership, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has teamed up with Honda to warn about 30,000 Florida drivers that they are putting their lives at risk if they do not get their airbags fixed.

    In this Monday, Aug. 22, 2016, photo, provided by The Eagle Pass News Gram, authorities work the scene after a truck carrying Takata inflators and a volatile chemical exploded in the Texas border town of Quemado, killing a woman and injuring four others. Takata Corp. said it sent people to the site and is helping authorities investigate the crash. (Ruben Carrillo Mazuka/The Eagle Pass News Gram via AP) NYBZ105
  4. Government accuses U.S. airbag parts maker of stonewalling death investigation


    DETROIT — The federal government has accused a small airbag parts maker of stonewalling an investigation into a fatal car crash and threatened a large fine over the lack of cooperation.

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has accused ARC Automotive of Knoxville, Tenn., a small airbag parts maker, of stonewalling an investigation into a fatal car crash and threatened a large fine over the lack of cooperation. [Associated Press (2015)]
  5. Automakers report mixed U.S. sales results in September


    U.S. auto sales dropped 0.5 percent to 1.4 million in September, Autodata Corp. said Monday, as demand for new cars and trucks sputtered.