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Ultimate tailgater: Honda Ridgeline embeds speakers in truck bed

Ultimate tailgater: Honda Ridgeline embeds speakers in truck bed In one of mankind’s greatest technology triumphs since the beer cooler ice chest got wheels, the 2017 Honda Ridgeline pickup has turned the truck bed into a sound system with the addition of six speakers to the bed walls.” The speakers, more correctly called exciters or transducers, are embedded two each in the left, right, and cab-facing walls.

Hands on with Cadillac’s wide-angle, LCD rear-view mirror

Hands on with Cadillac’s wide-angle, LCD rear-view mirror to create the Rear Camera Mirror, as Cadillac calls it, after announcing the concept a year ago as a “streaming video mirror,” as if it could play Snapchat clips.The image is fed to the 1280-by-240 pixel LCD display (171 pixels per inch) embedded in the rear view mirror.

Top tech cars for 2017

Top tech cars for 2017 If you’re shopping for a new car in 2017, you’ll find many tech improvements.So the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq, a compact sedan, will offer an electric, a hybrid, and a plug-in hybrid, arriving in that order this fall, over the winter, and summer 2017.

2017 Honda CR-V improves comfort, adds volume knob, loses LaneWatch

2017 Honda CR-V improves comfort, adds volume knob, loses LaneWatch The fifth-generation 2017 Honda CR-V adds a volume knob (finally) to its quirky infotainment system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, more USB jacks, a turbocharged engine, and blind spot detection.So with the fifth-generation 2017 CR-V, Honda has added a volume knob in the lower left of the center stack segment containing the 7-inch LCD.

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars — with plenty of surprises

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars — with plenty of surprises New cars and cars with lots of technology continue to be a challenge for automakers to build and buyers to figure out, according to Consumer Reports’ annual car reliability ratings.Meanwhile, Asian brands led by Lexus and Toyota took seven of the top 10 spots along with Buick (!

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars - with plenty of surprises

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars - with plenty of surprises New cars and cars with lots of technology continue to be a challenge for automakers to build and buyers to figure out, according to Consumer Reports’ annual car reliability ratings.They do look cool, but owners’ ratings pushed the Model X into the 10-worst-models ranking and dragged Tesla down to 25 of 29 brands.