The all-new compact SUV offers more room, new features and better fuel economy than its predecessor, thanks to a CVT.
Q: I just had a new engine put into my 2005 Chevy Suburban. When I start my truck after it sits for a few days, I get blue exhaust smoke out of my tailpipe. I’ve been monitoring my oil and the level has been going down. It was down 1 ½ quarts when I brought it in for an oil change. There is no leaking. A mechanic friend said it is either my valves or valve seals. The mechanic at the dealer who did the work said I need to give it 10,000 miles and he said it should seal itself. Does that sound correct? My buddy the ex-mechanic does not buy it. I spent a lot of money to get this fixed and have a three-year warranty with the new engine. I’d be interested in your thoughts on this.
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The compact crossover SUV is smaller than its X3 and X5 siblings — but it remains a true BMW.