General Motors adds a 2 year/24,000 mile maintenance package to the 2014 models, and Lincoln decides to cut back its existing plan.
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While there were a few unveils this week--the most notable being the new Bentley Continental Flying Spur--we don't typically cover cars costing $200,000 or more.
Last year, we posted how the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration met with the automakers in 2003 to figure out ways to reduce fatalities in car-on-truck or SUV collisions.
In February, Automotive.com reported on rumors circulating the autosphere that General Motors planned to manufacture a diesel model of its immensely popular compact Chevrolet Cruze here in the states.