2020 Lemon Aid New Car Reviews - Early Preview

 

Like our early 2019 new vehicle survey, our 2020 vehicle preview is split roughly 50-50 between crossovers and conventional passenger cars. The crossovers that will be on sale by early 2020 include the Cadillac XT6, the Escape and Explorer from Ford, the Hyundai Venue, Lincoln Corsar and the Toyota Highlander. The convetional passenger vehicles that will be on sale by early 2020 encompass the Cadillac CT5, Hyundai Sonata, Mercedes-Benz CLA, the Legacy and Outback from Subaru and the Corolla sedan and Yaris hatchback from Toyota.  

Cadillac CT5  Hyundai Sonata  Kia Telluride  Subaru Outback 
Cadillac XT6  Hyundai Venue  Lincoln Corsair  Toyota Corolla Sedan 
Ford Escape  Jaguar XE  Mercedes Benz CLA  Toyota Highlander 
Ford Explorer  Jeep Gladiator  Range Rover Evoque  Toyota Yaris Hatchback 
Hyundai Palisade  Kia Soul  Subaru Legacy   

 

2020 Cadillac CT5

 

NEW

What’s new
The CT5 was expected to consolidate the ATS and CTS model lines but Cadillac has just announced a CT4 that replaces the ATS as its entry-level car.  
Comments
Underwhelming sales of the ATS, meant to compete with cars like the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Audi A4, and the CTS, which Cadillac saw as Mercedes-Benz E-Class competitor, led observers to believe that Cadillac was about to abandon traditional size segments and return to its previous strategy of offering a “tweener” car that attempts to cover both segments with a single vehicle. However, Cadillac reverted to its previous strategy of covering all segments and announced a new CT4 to replace the ATS.

With Cadillac’s distinctive headlights and grille, the CT5 starts off well, but the rest of the car lacks any compelling design flair. Cadillac has been doing some very elegant cabins over the last few years and the CT5 is no exception. The driver faces conventional gauges, to the right of which rests a substantial info-screen which can be manipulated by the latest version of the Cadillac User Interface that now incorporates a console-mounted rotary controller. The rest of the cabin looks fresh, modern and visually calm, with very attractive finishes. The long wheelbase (longer than that of the CTS) results in very good legroom, front and rear.
Power choices include a GM’s ubiquitous 2L turbo four and a turbocharged 3L-V6 that debuted in the CT6 several years ago. Power reaches the wheels (rear or all) exclusively via a 10-speed automatic transmission.
A variety of active safety equipment will be either standard or optional, including Cadillac’s Super Cruise semi-autonomous drive system first seen on its premium CT6 sedan.
Sales of the CT5 will start in late 2019.
Pricing
No pricing information is available at this time. 


Reliability
New car, not rated. 

Specifications


Body Style:  4SD
Occupants: 2/3
Engines:
2L-4 (260 HP estimated), 3L-V6 T (404 HP estimated) 

Transmissions: 10A 
Drive Layout: Rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  N.A.
Highway Fuel Economy:  N.A.

Active Safety Features: Forward collision warning with forward auto braking including objects, and pedestrians. Rear pedestrian detection, active cruise control. Blind spot and rear  cross traffic monitors.  


Additional Airbags: No information is available

Warranty: 4/80,000, 6/110,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  United States

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


 

2020 Cadillac XT6

 

NEW

 

What’s new
Cadillac finally introduces a version of GM's large three-row unibody platform that will permit it to compete in the mainstream luxury three-row crossover market. 
Comments
The Cadillac XT6 is a new unibody three-row crossover based on the architecture from the Chevrolet Traverse that has been on sale since the 2018 model year. 
The XT6 features current Cadillac styling themes up front and the sides and rear of the vehicle look both elegant, nicely detailed and bears a resemblance to the Volvo XC90. The cabin, like all recent Cadillacs, is quite luxurious. Like its platform mate, the Traverse, cabin space is ample.
Power is derived from GM’s ubiquitous 3.6L V6 which should produce around 310 horsepower in this application. Power reaches all wheels via a nine-speed automatic transmission.
Though Cadillac, in the guise of the Escalade, has sold a three-row vehicle for years, the XT6 is the first time the firm has offered a conventional unibody three-row crossover rather than a pickup-based body-on-frame sport utility. With the advent of the XT6, it will be interesting to see whether people bought the Escalade because it was the only three row Cadillac or because of its excellent towing capacity.   
Pricing
No pricing details are available at this time


Reliability
New vehicle, not rated.

Specifications


Body Style:  4SW
Occupants: 2/2/3, 2/3/3
Engines:
3.6L-V6 (310 HP estimated) 

Transmissions: 9A 
Drive Layout: All-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  N.A.
Highway Fuel Economy:  N.A.

Active Safety Features: Available forward collision, lane departure, blind spot, rear cross traffic warnings and active cruise control. 


Additional Airbags: No information is available

Warranty: 4/80,000, 6/110,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  United States

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


 

2020 Ford Escape 

 

NEW

What’s new
After seven long years on the market, Ford finally renews the Escape.
Comments
While roughly the same length and height as previously, the new Escape is 96.5 mm (3.8 inches) wider than its predecessor. Styling swaps the hard edge boxiness of the previous Escape for a rounded form that gives more than a nod to design forms used by Porsche on its crossovers.
Despite just a marginally longer wheelbase than before, rear seat legroom is much better than before and rear comfort is further enhanced by more substantial seats and extra space between rear seat passengers due to the substantial increase in the width of the vehicle. Cargo space is good. The cabin is a very conservative design and very much in the current Ford styling idiom. The driver faces a transistor film technology gauge cluster, a large info-screen dominates the top centre of the dashboard and the climate and audio controls are straightforward. A rotary dial gear selector replaces the traditional mechanical one used previously. Cabin materials are quite attractive.
The familiar 2L turbo four returns for 2020, but the new base engine is a 1.5L three-cylinder turbo engine that produces 180 horsepower. Ford discontinued its Escape hybrid when it launched the ill-fated and unpopular C-Max, but returns with two hybrid Escapes for 2020. The conventional hybrid model employs a 2.5L normally aspirated four as well as electric motors to furnish 198 total system horsepower. Ford will also market a PHEV (plug-in hybrid) variant which is rated at 209 horsepower. Power reaches the the wheels via a conventional eight-speed automatic transmission on the gasoline models and an electronic CVT on the hybrids. The 2020 Escape should be available in the fall of 2019. 
Pricing
No pricing details are available at this time. 


Reliability
New vehicle, not rated.    

Specifications


Body Style:  4SW
Occupants: 2/3
Engines:
1.5L-3 T (180 HP), 2L-4 T (245 HP estimated), 2.5L-4 H (198 HP estimated), 2.5L-4 H PHEV (209 HP estimated) 

Transmissions: 8A 
Drive Layout: All-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  N.A.
Highway Fuel Economy:  N.A.

Active Safety Features: Forward collision, blind spot, rear cross traffic and lane departure warnings. Active cruise control with full stop and go and lane centring. 


Additional Airbags: No information available

Warranty: 3/60,000, 5/100,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  United States

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


 

2020 Ford Explorer

 

NEW

What’s new
Ford finally renews the Explorer on an all-new rear-wheel drive based architecture.
Comments
After nine long years on the market, Ford has decided to replace its ancient Explorer.
Ford has jettisoned the unibody front-wheel drive based platform of the Explorer for a new unibody structure that employs rear-wheel drive. Perhaps this platform gives a hint of a potential rear-wheel drive based large sedan in the future for both Ford and Lincoln. The new Explorer is built on a longer wheelbase than its predecessors but all other dimensions are similar.
Exterior styling is clean and resembles that of the Ford Edge that was facelifted for 2019.
The base engine will be a 300 horsepower 2.3L turbo four. Optional engines include a new hybrid that combines the efforts of a 3.3L-V6 with an electric motor for a total system horsepower of 318. The 400 horsepower 3L-V6 turbo seen in the Lincoln MKZ will power the ST trim, while the Platinum model uses a 365 horsepower version of this engine. Power will reach all wheels via a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Ford’s Co-Pilot 360 active safety system will be standard for the 2020 Explorer, which is scheduled to be available in the fall of 2019.
Pricing
No pricing details are available at this time. 


Reliability
New Vehicle, not rated. 

Specifications


Body Style:  4SW
Occupants: 2/2/3, 2/3/3
Engines:
2,3L-4 T (300 HP estimated),  3L-V6 T (365 HP estimated, 400 HP ST estimated), 3.3 L-V6 H (318 HP estimated) 

Transmissions: 10A 
Drive Layout: All-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  N.A.
Highway Fuel Economy:  N.A.

Active Safety Features: Forward collision, lane departure, blind spot, rear cross traffic warnings and active cruise control. 


Additional Airbags: None

Warranty: 4/80,000, 5/100,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  United States

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


2020 Hyundai Palisade

 

NEW

 

 

What’s new
The Palisade replaced the Santa Fe XL in Hyundai's lineup.  

Comments
After abandoning its distinct Veracruz three-row crossover in favour of the Santa Fe XL, which shared a marketing name and some componentry with the two-row Santa Fe, Hyundai has, with the Palisade, created a unique standalone model once again.
Built on a 102 mm longer wheelbase, the Palisade is 76 mm longer and a massive 140 mm wider than the Santa Fe XL it replaces. Palisade styling follows recent themes explored with the Elantra GT and Santa Fe. Hyundai is moving to rounder and more flamboyant design, with the Palisade having a busier overall look than the company has explored previously. Inside, the driver faces crisp, conventional gauges, but the space from there to the top of the dash centre stack is occupied by a rectangular computer tablet. The rest of the cabin is elegant and constructed from attractive components. Room in the first two rows is ample and the seats are comfortable. Third-row seating is competitive in terms of space and comfort, as is cargo space.
A 3.8L V6 is not unknown to Hyundai fans of the past, but the firm touts the engine as being all new and uses the Atkinson cycle combustion process, which is generally seem in hybrid vehicles. Power reaches the wheels—all-wheel drive in all but the base trim—via an eight speed automatic transmission. Towing capacity is stated to be 2268 kilograms.
A vast array of active safety equipment will be available on the new Palisade, which should be available by the summer of 2019.

Pricing
No pricing details were available by mid-May 2019. 

Reliability
Average to above average reliability predicted. 

Specifications


Body Style: 4SD
Occupants: 2/2/2, 2/3/2
Engines:
3.8L-V6 (291 HP estimated)

Transmissions: 8A* 
Drive Layout: Front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive*

City Fuel Economy:  n.a.
Highway Fuel Economy: n.a.
Active Safety Features: Forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go capability, autonomous emergency braking are standard with blind spot and rear cross traffic monitors are optional 

Additional airbags: No info available

Warranty: 5/100,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  South Korea

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


 

2020 Hyundai Sonata

 

NEW

What’s new
While GM, FCA and Ford continue to abandon the sedan segment, Hyundai renews its Sonata with a sleek new design. 
Comments
The new platform of the 2020 Sonata results in a car bigger than the one it replaces. The silhouette of the new car resembles that of VW’s slinky new Arteon, with a touch of modern Buick thrown into the mix.
The cabin features transistor film technology main gauges and straightforward, logical controls, a Hyundai hallmark. Cabin materials on the top-spec model examined are well up to the standards of the current class leader, the Honda Accord. Comfortable seats are installed front and rear and legroom is impressive for all riders. The low-slung roofline adds to the elegance of the new Sonata but makes getting in and out more difficult than it is in taller cars like the Toyota Camry and Subaru Legacy.
For Canada, the sole power unit will be a 1.6L turbo four sending power to the front wheels via a conventional eight-speed automatic transmission. Hyundai claims you can pair the car with your cellphone and leave your keys at home. An interesting new feature at this price point is the ability to bring the car out of a tight parking space from outside the car, to ease ingress.  
Safety equipment includes Forward Collision Avoidance Assist with pedestrian detection. The system will alert the driver visually and sonically of an impending obstruction and will apply the brakes if no action is taken by the driver. Active cruise control with stop and go is standasrd equipment as well. Lane following assist will maintain the car in the centre of its lane in town or on the highway. Safe Exit Assist alerts occupants when a vehicle is approaching from behind, preventing accidents caused by opening doors. Blind spot and rear cross traffic monitors is part of the active safety suite. A 360 degree monitor will be offered on the new Sonata.  

The new Sonata should arrive in Canadian showrooms in October of 2019.

Pricing
No pricing details are available at this time. 

Reliability
Text goes here.  

Specifications


Body Style:  4SD
Occupants: 2/3
Engines:
1.6-4 T (180 HP estimated) 

Transmissions: 8A 
Drive Layout: Front-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  N.A.
Highway Fuel Economy:  N.A.

Active Safety Features: Forward collision, lane departure, blind spot, rear cross traffic warnings and active cruise control. Safe exit assist alerts to peril approaching from the rear of the vehicle. 


Additional Airbags: Nine total airbags 

Warranty: 5/100,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  United States

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


 

2020 Hyundai Venue

 

NEW

What’s new
Hyundai unveiled what would have been its smallest crossover yet, but with no all-wheel drive variant, it is just a tall hatchback like the Kia Soul.  
Comments
Like the Nissan Kicks and Toyota C-HR, the Venue will be marketed as a crossover but without an all-wheel drive variant, it is simply a tall hatchback. Hyundai notes that many people who buy used cars would buy new if something interesting and more affordable was available. The venue is Hyundai's response to what it sees as an untapped market. 
Similar in size to the current Accent or the European market i20, the Venue is very well packaged. Though smaller than the Kona, it treats rear passengers well and could make it a hit with buyers who want maximum space for a minimal outlay. The dash features conventional gauges, a large info-screen and logical climate controls. Cabin finish is better than expected, with some interesting two-tone fabric combinations. Cargo space looks reasonable for a vehicle of this size.
Power stems from Hyundai’s normally aspirated 1.6L four that sends power to the wheels via a new Hyundai-Kia CVT that debuted in the current Kia Forte.
Available active safety equipment includes Forward Collision Avoidance Assist, which will detect an obstruction, warn the drive and brake autonously to minimize damage. Lane Keep Assist will help maintain the vehicle in its lane. Blind spot and rear cross traffic monitors are offiered on the Venue as is Driver Awareness Assist, which monitors the driver for drowsiness..  
The Venue will replace the Accent in the U.S., but that car is too popular in Canada to kill off. Venue pricing is unknown but it will be priced sufficiently higher than the Accent to deliver a good profit but not so high that buyers will pass it by.
Expect to see the Venue at Hyundai dealers in November of 2019.

Pricing
No pricing details are available at this time. 

Reliability
New vehicle, not rated. 

Specifications


Body Style:  4HB
Occupants: 2/3
Engines:
1.6L-4 (130 HP estimated) 

Transmissions: 6M, CVT
Drive Layout: Front-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  N.A.
Highway Fuel Economy:  N.A.

Active Safety Features: Available forward collision warning with autonomous braking, lane keep assist as well as blind spot and rear cross traffic warnings 


Additional Airbags: No information is available 

Warranty:  5/100,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  South Korea

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


2020 Jaguar XE

 

NOT RATED

 

 

What’s new
The XE sat out the 2019 model year but the 2020 model returns with a significant mid-cycle refresh. Updates include a new front fascia and L.E.D. headlamps up front and a revised rear fascia and tailights as well. Cabin alterations include upgraded cabin materials, a TFT gauge cluster, a redesigned dash centre stack with a new 10.4 inch infotainment screen, rotary type climate controls, a camera-based rearview mirror, a new centre console and  a joystick gear selector in place of the previous rotating gear selector. The iOS/Android cellphone interface is standard for 2019. With the turbodiesel and V6 engines discontinued, only the 2L four-cylinder gasoline engine returns for 2020.  

Comments
The XE marked Jaguar’s return to the compact luxury market it abandoned when production of the ill-fated X-Type ended in 2008. The XE was supposed to be Jaguar's entry into the high-volume compact luxury sedan segment, but with only 571 sold in 2018, the car hasn't set the nation on fire. Jaguar sat out the 2019 model year but returns with an early-release 2020 model. 
 
Two versions of Jaguar's Ingenium 2L turbo four, with 247 and 296 horsepower, are available. Power reaches all wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The XE’s exterior dimensions are in the same ballpark as major competitors such as the BMW 3 Series, Lexus IS and Mercedes C-Class. Described as “aluminum intensive” the XE’s structure is all-alloy, with the doors and trunk lid being made of steel, not, according to Jaguar, as a cost-saving measure, but for weight distribution. The XE’s recent update improved the look, feel and function of the cabin but didn't fix its poor packaging. Cabin space is competitive upfront but rear seat legroom is very tight for this segment and not really suited for adults. 

Pricing
The least expensive XE, the 247 horsepower 2L gas turbo SE P250 is priced at $49,900. The SE Dynamic S300, bears a $55,800 MSRP. Other than an additional 49 horsepower, there is little additional content to account for the $5900 price boost. Like a number of other European-branded luxury cars, expected safety features like high-speed emergency braking, adaptive cruise control with stop and go and blind spot monitors, are optional.   

Reliability
New model, not rated. Reliability should be at least as good as German-branded rivals. No powertrain coverage past four years 80,000 km.

Specifications


Body Style:  4SD
Occupants:  2/3

Engines:
2L-4 T (247 HP and 296 HP)  

Transmissions: 8A 
Drive Layout: All-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  n.a.

Highway Fuel Economy:  n.a.


Active Safety Features: Forward traffic and pedestrian detection with emergency braking. Lane departure and blind spot warnings 
Additional airbags: No info available

Warranty: 4/80,000 with no powertrain coverage past 80,000 km
Current Generation Debut:  2017
Country of Origin:  England

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


 

2020 Jeep Gladiator

 

NEW

What’s new
Jeep returns to the pickup truck segment after a more than 30 year absence with the Gladiator, a name it used between 1963 and 1987. Despite its appearance, the Gladiator is much more than a pickup truck version of the Wrangler Unlimited. 
Comments
Though fronted by the traditional Jeep seven-slot grille, the slots are wider to keep the engine cooler during towing. The cabin, derived from the Wrangler Unlimited, is roomy enough for four adults but the small doors and the high door sills make for awkward access. Cabin materials and general fit and finish are significantly better than they were on Jeeps a decade ago. Roof options are hard top, soft top or both tops.   
The Gladiator is the first convertible pickup truck on the market since the demise of the Dodge Dakota at the end of the 1991 model year. While it may look like a simple variant of the Wrangler Unlimited, the real story is more complex. The pickup body is mounted on a totally different chassis frame from its showroom companion. Built on a 490 mm (19.3 inch) longer wheelbase, the Gladiator is 780 mm (30.7 inches) longer than the Wrangler Unlimited. The 60 inch cargo bed is five inches than it is in a typical crewcab pickup. Like the Wrangler Unlimited, the Gladiator employs aluminum quite extensively to help reduce weight. Rated at 285 horsepower, the 3.6L V6, equipped with an auto start-stop system in the Gladiator can tow up tow 3649 kilograms (8044 lbs). FCA has announced it plans to offer its troubled 3L-V6 turbodiesel in the Gladiator at some point. The 3.6L V6 can be hooked up to a six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic.    .
Pricing
No solid pricing details are available at this time. Upgrading from the Sport to the Overland delivers features, like power windows, lock, keyless entry, deep-tint glass, alloy wheels and side steps, that most buyers expect, is worth roughly $4500. The dedicated off-road Rubicon model, with equipment such as Dana axles, special road shock absorbers and disconnecting sway bars, encompasses phenomenal poor terrain capability by ticking a single box.   


Reliability
New vehicle, not rated. Other Jeeps are rated below average. .  

Specifications


Body Style:  4SW
Occupants: 2/3
Engines:
3.6L-V6 (285 HP) 

Transmissions: 6M, 8A 
Drive Layout: Four-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  N.A.
Highway Fuel Economy:  N.A.

Active Safety Features: Available forward collision, lane departure, blind spot, rear cross traffic warnings and active cruise control. 


Additional Airbags: None

Warranty: 3/60,000, 5/100,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  United States

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


2020 Kia Soul

 

NEW

 

 

What’s new
The 2L version of the third-generation Kia Soul went on sale in March 2019.

Comments
The design of the new Soul is a refinement of its predecessor and immediately identifiable as a Soul, if not as an all-new car. Built on the same architecture that underpins the Rio that debuted for 2018, the Soul is essentially the same size as its predecessor.
Cabin styling follows previous Soul themes and features the simple, logical controls that are becoming a Hyundai-Kia hallmark. Available for 2020 is a wide 10.25 inch infotainment screen with crisp graphics and a head up display system as well. Cabin materials are very attractive, especially for this segment. Seating is comfortable front and rear, and rear seat riders have good legroom and plenty of space under the front seats to rest their feet. Trunk space is good for a car in this segment and the trunk is deep below the window line.
The only gasoline engine is a 147 horsepower 2L four used in a number of Hyundai Kia products. The sole transmission offered with the 2L engine is a CVT marketed as the iVT. A turbo performance model was expected but Kia elected not to sell it in Canada. Kia has announced a new generation electric model powered by a 64 kWh battery pack that power a 201 horsepower electric motor with a stout 291 lb-ft of torque.

Pricing
Enormous model range. At just over $23,000 (with freight and air conditioning tax), the base LX Soul is equipped well enough for many buyers. Stepping up to the EX, which adds alloy wheels, a heated steering wheel, cordless cellphone charging, a forward collision and blind spot warnings as well as a lane keep assist system, equips the car in a way that would suit most buyers and is very good value. THe EX+,EX Premium and EX Limited trims are priced to reflect the value of their additional content. The sporty themed GT Line trim available on the EX Premium and Limited trims, is good value if you like the look. The 2L and electric versions of the Soul only overlap in Limited trim; with the electric priced $22,600 higher. Rebates of $8000 (Quebec) and $5000 (from both B.C. and the Federal Government) are available on the 2020 Soul electric. 

Reliability
Good reliability predicted. The five year/100,000 km basic warranty is a drawing card for Kia buyers. It is important to keep all oil change receipts and service records in case of a warranty claim. Insufficient data on the CVT which is new this year. Long-term reliability of the electric Soul is unknown.

Specifications


Body Style: 4HB
Occupants: 2/3
Engines:
2L-4 (147 HP), Electric motor (201 HP)

Transmissions:  CVT
Drive Layout: Front-wheel drive

City Fuel Economy:  n.a.
Highway Fuel Economy:  n.a.

Active Safety Features: 2 Automous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure, blind spot and rear cross traffic warnings as well as adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist.  

Additional airbags: None
Warranty: 5/100,000
Current Generation Debut:  2020
Country of Origin:  South Korea

IIHS Ratings:

Sml. Front: NR

Mod. Front: NR

Side: NR

Roof: NR

Rear: NR

NHTSA Rating:


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