Month: May 2021

0 77  0 Comment on Whopping $12,500 Federal Tax Credit for EVs Proposed
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Whopping $12,500 Federal Tax Credit for EVs Proposed

Widened tax credit for electric vehicles receives congressional support. Shoppers of Tesla and GM electric vehicles are no longer eligible…

0 1911  2 Comments on Transmission Fluid Color Meaning and How to Check
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Transmission Fluid Color Meaning and How to Check

If you own a car, you should know how vital transmission fluid is for an efficient operation. Besides, if you…

0 516  1 Comment on Drop-Top Joy: BMW M440i Convertible
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Drop-Top Joy: BMW M440i Convertible

The M440i Convertible offers an exceptional driving experience. In a world of crossovers, it is certainly pleasing to find a…

0 211  14 Comments on It’s Electric: Ford Mustang Mach-E
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It’s Electric: Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Mustang line now includes the Mach-E CUV EV. Ford finally did it. The automaker figured out another way to…

0 207  1 Comment on Hyundai IONIQ 5 Crossover: Start of a Revolution?
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Hyundai IONIQ 5 Crossover: Start of a Revolution?

Introducing the Ioniq 5 Crossover EV. Yet another manufacturer is touting its latest electric vehicle project. Following recent announcements from…

0 174  2 Comments on Tesla Cybertruck v. Ford F-150 Lightning: Illusion v. Reality
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Tesla Cybertruck v. Ford F-150 Lightning: Illusion v. Reality

Your author is not a car guy, unless a borderline unhealthy obsession for old Swedish cars that need to be…

0 212  9 Comments on The Ford F-150 Lightning in All Its Electrified Glory
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The Ford F-150 Lightning in All Its Electrified Glory

Lightning strikes the F-150 range. Well, the Ford Motor Company has done it. After hinting about a full-electric pickup truck…

0 659  2 Comments on Last Call for the Current-Generation Toyota Tundra
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Last Call for the Current-Generation Toyota Tundra

Toyota marks the final year for the current-generation Tundra pickup truck. 2021 Toyota Tundra Review The 2021 Toyota Tundra is…

0 185  0 Comment on Not So Fast: Lamborghini Announces Gradual Shift to Full Electrification
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Not So Fast: Lamborghini Announces Gradual Shift to Full Electrification

A hybrid stop as Lamborghini goes electric. Eventually. If you are an automaker, the operative word today is “electrification.” At…

0 296  1 Comment on The Nissan Armada Sails on in a Niche Segment
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The Nissan Armada Sails on in a Niche Segment

The refreshed Armada makes a bold statement. Sometimes you need a full-size SUV to get it done. In the case…

0 221  0 Comment on 8 Ways to Reduce Gas Consumption
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8 Ways to Reduce Gas Consumption

Reducing gas consumption during a shortage. The hacking of the Colonial Pipeline caused a major breakdown in gasoline delivery that…

0 100  0 Comment on Bugatti Gives Birth to a Baby
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Bugatti Gives Birth to a Baby

The little Bugatti that could. There aren’t enough superlatives to describe Bugatti. This Italian automaker, now owned by the Volkswagen…

0 432  4 Comments on Premium Crossover: Mazda’s 2021 CX-30
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Premium Crossover: Mazda’s 2021 CX-30

The 2021 CX-30 is one of four Mazda crossover models. We’re long-time admirers of Mazda, the little Japanese automaker that…

0 210  1 Comment on 10 Thoughts About the Hyundai Venue
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10 Thoughts About the Hyundai Venue

The Hyundai Venue returns for its second year, continuing in its role as the brand’s smallest utility vehicle. It is…

0 549  0 Comment on Build-Shy and What That Means for GM
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Build-Shy and What That Means for GM

Automaker institutes a new build-shy term to describe its current production methodology. The term “build-shy” is new, but it aptly…

0 119  0 Comment on The Race to Carbon Neutrality
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The Race to Carbon Neutrality

The move to carbon neutrality begins with one step at a time. Climate change is a rapidly growing topic, and…

0 112  0 Comment on 7 Steps to Buying a New Vehicle
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7 Steps to Buying a New Vehicle

Shopping for a new vehicle can be challenging, especially with prices all over the place. Locating a vehicle is easy,…

0 2898  3 Comments on 8 Reasons You’ll Want To Wait To Buy A 2021 Kia Telluride SX
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8 Reasons You’ll Want To Wait To Buy A 2021 Kia Telluride SX

There is little wonder why the Kia Telluride SX is so popular. What do the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette and Kia…

0 138  1 Comment on April 2021 Auto Sales Surge Over COVID Lockdown Comparison
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April 2021 Auto Sales Surge Over COVID Lockdown Comparison

April 2021 U.S. auto sales recover from 2020 decline, but chip shortages loom. Beginning in March 2020, the U.S. and…

0 264  3 Comments on Sportback Elegance: 2021 Volkswagen Arteon
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Sportback Elegance: 2021 Volkswagen Arteon

The Volkswagen Arteon is a premium-class four-door sedan with a coupe-like presence. The Volkswagen Arteon is the “odd duck” amongst…