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  • Upcoming VW Crossover To Possibly Be Named Atlas

    Volkswagen's upcoming three-row crossover is still in a shroud of secrecy, but a new report says that the new model will usher in a new naming system and an all-new volume-focused approach to sales.

  • Ford Bronco Hasn't Seen Its Last Rodeo After All

    When you are looking for a new vehicle, you have a lot of different styles to choose from. Pinning down the class that is right for you can be confusing, especially when you are married and the vehicle will be used by two different people at times. A sharp-looking muscle car, like the Camaro or Challenger, will always have a certain appeal, but there are also refined, quiet luxury cars that can dr...

  • Review of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica: One Lucky Ride

    Sometimes, it is better to be lucky than good. We’ve all heard that in one area or another, whether it’s sports, testing, or battle. But that same saying goes for car companies as well. You don’t always have to have the best swing to hit a home run, sometimes, all you need to do is swing at the right time. When Chrysler decided to introduce the world to the concept of the “Minivan”, it came at suc...

  • Honda Recalls 350,000 Civics!

    At times it seems that we take quite a lot of things for granted. Modern technology has permeated every facet of our existence and has raised the standard of just about everything that runs on electric. We have come to just expect things to do more for us, and also do them better and more quickly. Whether it is a cell phone or a new car, we just expect more, and sometimes, we don’t get it. We don’...

  • Review of the 2017 Porsche 718 Cayman: Smaller Package, Bigger Delivery

    As big as the world is, it seems as though it is getting smaller and smaller every day. Not just because of things like the internet and smartphones, but car engines have been slowly shrinking over time as well. Back in the heyday of the muscle car era, it was all big blocks and “no replacement for displacement”. At the time, it was true.  Big engines crushed their smaller competitors like grapes ...

  • Looking Back: The Audi R8 GT - Too Much Is Never Enough

    It's an age-old mantra most gear heads will recognize:  Run what ya brung, and hope it's enough!  Whether it's at the track, road course, or just the next traffic light, every hot rodder knows that feeling of getting beat out when you weren't expecting to lose. Watching taillights pull ahead of you when you're giving your own car everything its got is demoralizing, disheartening, and feels worse t...

  • New Chevy Awaits World Series MVP

    We are in the middle of the autumn season, and there are a number of different sporting events that we equate with this time of the year. College football season is in full swing, the NFL starts to heat up, and the pro hockey and basketball seasons begin. Things are good for sports fans, and, for many, the highlight is “The Fall Classic”. Major League Baseball's World Series begins on Tuesday, Oct...

  • 2018 Mercedes E63 AMG To Gain All-New Drift Mode

    The Mercedes E63 AMG has already proven to be a very formidable performance sedan entry, especially with the addition of standard all-wheel drive. However, the engineers at Mercedes are always looking for new ways to make the E63 even better and have officially confirmed that it will be coming with an all-new drift mode for the 2018 model year.

  • Jeep Grand Wagoneer Could Target SUV Elite With $140,000 Price Tag

    FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne has had no problem sharing his thoughts and views on the Jeep Grand Wagoneer, and how it is a key model for the Jeep brand in its quest to target luxury entries like Land Rover and Cadillac. Jeep CEO Mike Manley, during an interview at the Paris Motor Show told the UK publication Auto Express that "the Grand Wagoneer is moving forward", but saved the best for last when pr...

  • Porsche Puts Hybrid 911 On Hold

    Porsche's ongoing 911 Hybrid project has had a long and winding road to production feasibility. The project has been delayed multiple times, and a new report suggests that the project has been put on hold once again, with the future shrouded in secrecy and doubt.

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