Introducing the Neoteric Infiniti QX55!

The Infiniti QX55 kicks off the 2022 model year in style. The 2022 Infiniti QX55 strikes a pose. This model represents much more than a sporty take on the QX50. Infiniti has a new model coming our way this Spring and they couldn’t wait to share details about it. But … Read more

The GMC Sierra’s MultiPro Tailgate

A 6-trick MultiPro tailgate that might be the tool you always wanted. You may have seen the commercial or perhaps you noticed the additional cut-out line in certain GMC Sierra models to know that there is something different going on. That difference-maker is GMC’s MultiPro tailgate, an optional upgrade on … Read more

Ford Maverick Trucklet Rumors Swirl!

The compact pickup truck market disappeared by the mid-1990s when small models from Toyota, Nissan, and others were replaced by midsize varieties. That loss left only mid- and full-size trucks for consumer consideration as the tiniest models were locked out of the market, largely due to the infamous “Chicken Tax.” … Read more

Electric Kia EV6 Shows Evocative New Design Conception

Kia offers hints of its electrified feature with a cutting-edge design. If you’re a fan of design, take note of where Kia is heading with its latest look, this one evident in the upcoming EV6 electric vehicle. Dubbed “Opposites United,” the expression is at once sporty as it is forward-thinking, … Read more

The 2021 Nissan Sentra Exudes Its Altima Vibes

The family sedan still has a place in many homes as these models bring style, value, efficiency, and affordability to the market. Nissan is well represented in this area with models such as the flagship Maxima, midsize Altima, compact Sentra, and subcompact Versa to consider. We recently spent a week … Read more

About the Heavy-Duty Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD

Body styles, trims, available powertrains, payload, and towing. Full-size pickup trucks continue to meet the needs of tens of millions of Americans, a segment that shows no sign of imploding. Ford, GM, and Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler) represent the domestics with Toyota and Nissan also with a presence. But it’s … Read more

About the 2022 Genesis GV70

Genesis expands its product line to include a second SUV, the GV70. Hyundai’s luxury brand, Genesis, is turning the corner. After releasing three consecutive sedans, Genesis rolled out the 2021 GV80 SUV and will follow with the GV70 SUV later this year. Consequently, with five models in its fold, Genesis … Read more

Preview: 2022 Hyundai Tucson

The all-new Tucson adds a pair of hybrid variants. An all-new Hyundai Tucson arrives in the coming weeks, launching the fourth generation for this compact crossover utility vehicle. The new model is important to Hyundai as it helps the brand maintain a toehold in a hot segment. For 2022, the … Read more

A Look Back at the Chevrolet Monza

A look back at the history of the U.S. domestic automotive producers reveals a time when quality levels dropped to an all-time low. That period encompassed the 1970s, when GM, Ford, Chrysler, and AMC, released dozens of small cars to keep customers from fleeing to foreign competitors, including Toyota, Honda, … Read more

The Best Ways to Care for Your Tires

Tires are the only thing that separates your car from the road. Thousands of pounds of automobile are riding on rubber, therefore doesn’t it make sense to keep your tires in great shape? The following are key ways to care for your tires. 1. Check the air pressure. Tires hold … Read more

Highlights of the 2021 Cadillac CT4

Cadillac delivers a compact sedan with a performance edge. Cadillac remains committed to sedans, with two new models for the choosing. The CT4 is this marque’s compact offering and the CT5 is its midsize model. As for the CT6, it’s gone as Cadillac focuses its attention on higher volume models … Read more

What is Bidirectional Charging?

Early 2021 brought several weather surprises, including what’s become known as the Texas Winter Storm. That storm, though, ultimately affected much of the continental United States as well as parts of Canada and northern Mexico. Some 4.2 million Texans were without power as the state’s power grid buckled and rolling … Read more

Vroom! Lexus Reveals the IS 500 F Sport.

Lexus IS 500 Sport

Optimum power comes to the IS range. Ever since Lexus discontinued the GS sedan and its potent GS F variant, rumors of an IS F model have continued. After all, by dropping the GS, Lexus left a big gap in its performance sedan lineup, one that seemed as if it … Read more

Introducing the Kia Carnival MPV

Kia offers a fresh take on a tired segment. It’s out with the old and in with the new for Kia’s minivan. Leaving us is the 2021 Sedona and taking its place is the 2022 Carnival. The Sedona is a minivan, while the Carnival is called a multi-purpose vehicle, but … Read more

Goodyear, Cooper Tire to Join Forces

Ohio rivals will merge later this year. The American tire industry isn’t the powerhouse it once was, but there are a few companies left that still leave a strong impression on the market. One of these, the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, is solidifying its place in the market, by … Read more

Highlights of the 2021 Nissan Rogue

The compact crossover sport utility vehicle market is booming and that’s no surprise. These models have largely replaced the family sedan, offering similar five-person seating, better cargo space, and decent trailering. Among the best-selling models in this segment is the Nissan Rogue, which launched its third generation for 2021. We’ll … Read more

7 Facts About the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt

Bolt EV

GM introduces the first of 30 planned new EV models. Chevrolet is at the forefront of vehicle electrification with its compact Bolt EV. Since its introduction, it has served as the face of pure-electric vehicles for GM. For 2022, the Bolt is refreshed and will be joined by a second … Read more

Introducing the All-New
2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SUV

Mitsubishi Outlander

Mitsubishi Teams With Amazon to debut the new Outlander SUV. There’s a first for everything. In Mitsubishi’s case, it teamed with Amazon Live to debut its latest model, the 2022 Outlander. The new vehicle, a compact crossover with room for seven, will be built in Japan and begin arriving in … Read more

What’s the Future for Chrysler and Dodge Under Stellantis?

Stellantis is here, which represents the new name for the newly merged Fiat Chrysler – PSA Groupe entity. Headquartered in the Netherlands, with regional headquarters in Michigan, Italy, and France, this automaker controls 14 brands. That’s two more than the Volkswagen Group, which previously had the largest portfolio. Although just … Read more

All About Sobriety Checkpoints

Drivers that are out late at night or who take to the road early in the morning and on major holidays may encounter a roadblock, a police department initiative designed to check for as well as deter impaired driving. Legal in most states, such stops are usually carefully planned and … Read more

Plug It In: Toyota RAV4 Prime

A plug-in hybrid that doesn’t require a cord. Is it possible to achieve optimum performance while enjoying excellent efficiency? Indeed, it is as electric vehicles do both as they use no fuel and possess outstanding and instantaneous torque. But you’re not limited to pure electric vehicles. For instance, there is … Read more

About the Volkswagen Taos

Volkswagen adds Taos to its growing crossover utility vehicle linuep. It wasn’t too long ago that Volkswagen had one utility vehicle and that model was an undersized and understated compact Tiguan. Fast forward to 2018 and an all-new three-row midsize Atlas rolled out, followed closely by the second-generation and noticeably … Read more

Introducing the All-New 2022 Nissan Pathfinder Crossover SUV

Nissan has a new Pathfinder arriving this summer, the latest version of its midsize 7- or 8-passenger crossover utility vehicle. After an 8-year run, the previous-generation model has come to an end, although no 2021 model year Pathfinder exists. The new model has a more rugged look, supplies expanded passenger-carrying … Read more