Daily U-Turn: What you missed on 7.29.10

Review: 2010 Honda Civic Si HFP not fast, is curious

In a world where sport compacts are mainly turbocharged hatchbacks, can the Civic Si still hold its own?

Regrets, I’ve Had a Few: Jonny Lieberman bids farewell to Autoblog

Before Lieberman leaves for an editorship at Motor Trend, he reflects on his time at Autoblog and lists off a few things he would’ve done differently.

Toyota to recall 373,000 2000-2004 Avalon sedans in U.S. over faulty steering locks

More recalls from Toyota and this time it includes over 300,000 Avalons equipped with faulty steering locks.

Also of interest:

  • NHTSA to update 5-star testing process
  • Recycling Gone Wild: Turn your VW Jetta TDI into a Smyth Performance G3F [w/video]
  • Toyota recalls Lexus LX 470 for potential ‘steering shaft disengagement’
  • Rush Limbaugh tears into Chevy Volt, fails to understand how it works
  • Toyota denies Sequoia discontinuation – sort of

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