We share our first impressions on our very own Kia Niro Electric and discuss the growing EV market. Also, Honda has finally announced that it will begin fixing the 2017 and 2018 Honda CR-Vs with the troubled 1.5-liter turbo engines. We end with audience questions, including whether there should be regulations for headlight/brake light sensors, what to know about your advanced safety system sensors in poor driving conditions, and weighing the options when purchasing a car with no spare tire.
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00:33 – Honda Extends Warranty on Troubled Turbo Engines
05:00 – Best Inexpensive Small SUVs
07:16 – 2019 Kia Niro Electric First Impressions
12:41 – Question 1: Should Regulations Exist for headlight/brake light sensors?
15:27 – Question 2: How Does CR Rate Trucks Different From Sedans?
17:50 – Question 3: Are There Cars With Advanced Safety Systems That Work in Poor Visibility?
20:31 – Question 4: Would You Purchase a Vehicle With No Spare Tire?
Honda Extends Warranty on Troubled Turbo Engines
What Are the Best Inexpensive Small SUVs?
2017 Kia Niro Quick Drive
2018 Hyundai Kona Quick Drive
2017 Honda CR-V Quick Drive
4K Review: 2017 Mazda CX-5 Quick Drive
2014 Nissan Rogue first drive
2015 Honda CR-V Quick Drive
Flat tire fixes
Autos Tips: Changing a Flat Tire
Keeping Your Car Sensors Clean
The Race to Protect Car Sensors From Their Biggest Foes: Dirt and Weather
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