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2020 Kia Telluride Review: Kia Goes Big with Telluride

Bigger is better, right? From houses and cell phones, to American waistlines and consumer debt, everything keeps growing. So too does our everyday vehicle choice, with the midsize crossover reaching ever larger sizes. VW’s Atlas, Subaru’s Ascent, and now the Kia Telluride all tell the tale of limited success with limited size, therefore a larger size should lead to larger success, right? ...
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Jeep Gladiator Review – Are You Not Entertained?!

Enter the 2020 Jeep Gladiator before a cheering crowd. Cue Russell Crowe screaming “Is this not why you are here?!” Er, sorry, we’ll lay off the Gladiator quotes (a bit). Jeep pretty much prints money these days, which is good news for the rest of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).  After winners like the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart, the Fiat 500L that no one bought, and Alfa Romeos that ...
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1970 Chevy Chevelle SS 454 LS6 Classic Muscle Car Review

As any muscle car enthusiast will tell you; 1970 was the best of times, and it was the worst of times.  Detroit's big three manufacturers were consumed by the notion of “win on Sunday, sell on Monday”, and year after year seemed to produce exponentially greater power, and larger displacement engines. Critical mass was reached by 1970 when insurance premiums brought too much pain to consumers’ ...
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The Corvette C8 is Mid-Engine Masterpiece

Since 1953, Corvettes that have made it into production have been two things: Front engine-rear wheel drive, and relatively affordable. Since 1959, designers and engineers in the young program have flirted with the idea of sticking the motor behind the driver. Many design studies, from Chevrolet Experimental Research Vehicles (CERV), to open wheel racer development vehicles, the ‘Vette has ...
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Best Cars that Need a Stick

Since pretty much forever, vehicles in the US offered a manual transmission in every model built. It was so common, the manual trans was known as “standard” shift, since it was the default choice. Now, less than 3% of cars sold in the US have manual transmissions, according to a recent report in the LA Times. Everything from high-end sports cars to base model economy crapcans are doing away ...
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Is the Range Rover Velar Style over Substance?

Land Rover Range Rover Velar (180 S and 380 HSE Dynamic Tested)... The Range Rover Velar wowed the world with its sleek lines and elegant interior at its unveiling in 2017, but does it still feel special today? Looking through the current Land Rover model lineup it’s clear that many of its offerings fulfill the same needs and solve the same problems. So why pay more for a Range ...
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Porsche 911 GT3 RS Review: Little to Complain About

The other day, while working on a review of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, a couple of little guys came by the driveway and stared at it. After a time, the kids started running around yelling “VROOM! VROOM!” Do you want to know something? That pair of kids pretty much spelled out what the mystique of the 911 GT3 RS is: it’s about fun, performance, and hugely great engine sounds.   GT3’s ...
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Exotic Cars of London

London, especially certain well-to-do areas of central London, has emerged as one of best places in the world to spot exotic cars.  Its economy is booming and yet another place where the rich are getting richer.  Matter of fact, London is one of the world’s top 5 cities that billionaires call home.  London’s car scene differs a bit from America’s SOCAL and South Florida exotic car hot spots ...
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Lincoln Navigator L Raises the Bar for Big Luxury SUVs

The other day, we had a chance to look closely at the 2019 Lincoln Navigator.  It is one of the largest – if not biggest – full-sized SUVs on the road. Yes, the GMC Yukon and the Chevy Suburban and Ford Expedition are big SUVs, but the Navigator-L still stands out at the top of the ladder.  There are two members of the Navigator family, the standard and the L, which stands for, as you might ...
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Great Cars You Can Still Buy with a Manual Transmission

There’s a lot of doom and gloom in the automotive press about the end of the manual transmission. Automakers are obsessed with gas mileage, EVs, and autonomous vehicles, so there’s a certain sad logic to the stick shift eventually going away. Still, that kind of thinking ignores the great options available right now. While there are currently 40 new vehicles offering a manual in the US, ...
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Why You Need an Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

The first time you drive the DBS Superleggera it takes you by surprise.  You expect it to be good, the DB11 has something of the feel of a well-tailored suit.  The DBS is like finding out the suit is being worn by a heavyweight boxer.  Use the 12 cylinders to their full potential and gearing up through the transmission with the wheel mounted paddles results in a crescendo of noise.  And ...
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The Marvelous 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63

Just one month after unveiling the 2019 G-Class, Mercedes dropped the first AMG iteration of the model during the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. However, if at the time the G 63 AMG was just sitting there to be admired, now it was time to actually see what the timeless design off roader is actually capable of. It’s been 40 years since Mercedes released the first G-Class. Back in 1979, the ...
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Electric Cars are Shattering 0-60 records – Here’s Why

Four wheels touching the ground, one to change direction, a power unit and a chassis to keep it all together. That’s how you’d describe the earliest car in history. However, as the first cars were finding their way to the public, the race for the fastest and the most powerful vehicle was already underway. As time has passed and cars have become faster, combustion powered cars have ...
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Small But Deadly: Mazda Miata MX-5 RF

It is said that all good things come in small packages. The Mazda Miata MX5 is no exception. The tiny roadster has been the center of attention of the automobile world for many years. The car has created a legacy of its own over the years and remains one of Mazda’s most successful projects to date. There is a good reason why every motorhead knows about the Mazda Miata and despite its compact ...
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Tesla Model X Review – An Electrifying Experience

What do you get from mixing falcon-wing doors, giant panoramic screen, unexpected amounts of power and a crazy amount of party tricks and Easter eggs? The Tesla Model X – an all-electric SUV that aims to fulfill your transportation (and enjoyment) needs while making the world a more habitable, less-polluted place.  So, how well does it perform? Let’s have a detailed look at what the Tesla ...
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2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 – America’s Supercar Slayer

Being in full control of a very powerful car is just like eating whatever you please and never getting fat – it doesn’t really happen. You know a car has a lot to offer when upon pressing the throttle, it makes you question your ability to manage the output. .  The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 encapsulates an amazing amount of power. The previous generation of the ZR1 ‘Vette packed a punch, ...
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