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It is a good station wagon, despite attempts by Lincoln’s marketers to pass it off as a “sport-utility vehicle.”

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Real Wheels Live (July 29)

Live online discussion with Real Wheels columnist Warren Brown about car-buying and the auto industry.

Soon, your entire car could become a mapping device.

Specifically, Consumer Reports asked Tesla to disable autopilot’s “autosteer” system, issue new guidance to drivers about the system’s use, discontinue beta releases of semiautonomous technology and rename the autopilot feature.

Using Bugcrowd, a platform that connects researchers to firms looking to eliminate technical defects, FCA will award hackers up to $1,500 for reporting vulnerabilities in its so-called “bug bounty” program.

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba introduced its first automobile last week, the RX5 sport utility vehicle, set to be delivered to customers in August.

The automaker said the recall affected some Prius, Lexus and other models.

Drivers lost control of their radios, GPS systems and air conditioning because of a rogue data stream.

But Warren Brown cautions that real performance comes with a hefty boost in price.

ON WHEELS | Warren Brown applauds GM’s globally competitive compact.

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