You know, you don’t have to buy a hybrid to get great fuel economy.
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America is a nation that drives. Sadly, for many it’s a chore, a necessary slog off to work or shuttling the kids about. You have to drive. Might as well make it fun.
A link to the Drive XC6o video review on YouTube is at the end of this review.
Selling cars these days is brutal. Put the economy aside for a moment. Style, utility and high quality don’t impress like before because everyone builds great product. Vehicles last longer. More and more brands have appeared. They’re competing for [...]
Chances are you will never lay eyes on a Bentley Continental Supersports. It’s produced in very small numbers. Ironic, because in a word it’s about more. More exclusive than an already rare standard Continental GT. More cylinders than two Toyota Corollas. More money too (but you probably figured that one out by now). The economy [...]
If you weren’t on an automotive website chances are you’d think the phrase “cube Mobile Device” described a cell phone. Maybe a gadget from a Transformers movie. It’s not. It’s a car… or perhaps a clubhouse.
After 10 years of strong sales in Japan, Nissan has brought this automobile/dorm room/conversation piece to the US. The cube (no capitol [...]
Think back to high school. Remember that awkward looking classmate that came back from summer break an Abercrombie and Fitch model? That pretty much sums up the 2010 Hyundai Tucson. The outgoing version was virtually invisible, blending into traffic so successfully you’d swear it was penned by the team that dreamed up camouflage.
Those who prefer [...]
Americans began their love affair with SUVs back in the early 90s. Alas, a new romance often means someone’s being jilted. In this case it was Subaru. Sure they had plenty of all-wheel drive vehicles but in the way of sedans and station wagons. Buyers, as they say in the relationship scene, were just not [...]
Automakers dream of creating vehicles that people can identify from 50 paces. This can go horribly wrong (I’m talking to you Pontiac Aztek). Audi has always done it right with the stylish A4. Naming all its competitors would eat up valuable space and time but the short list includes BMW 3 Series and Mercedes C-Class. [...]
A bumper sticker spied on an old battered Land Rover Discovery sums up the brand- “Don’t follow me, you won’t make it”. Land Rover has always made rugged off-road vehicles that are designed to go anywhere in the world. Videos show these machines slogging through mud that should swallow them whole.
Really wringing one of these [...]
Cadillac sharply refocuses on the crossover segment
By Tom Voelk
The Hyundai juggernaut continues at speed
By Tom Voelk
Speed is its name. That’s all you need to know.
By Tom Voelk