Category Archives: Commentary

World Domination: NEVS Re-launches 9-3 EV in China, Swedish Production Planned for Next Year

NEVS has relaunched the 9-3 EV in the country of China. Swedish production is now planned for next year. The Saab 9-3 has a very strange history. It was actually intended to be a replacement for the 900. It eventually died out when the Saab went bankrupt in December of the year 2011. Key Takeaways: … Read More

2019 McLaren Senna Hypercar Revealed: It Certainly Has a Name to Live Up To

The 2019 McLaren Senna Hypercar has now been revealed. It has a name to live up to for sure. It has a lot of horsepower, but not a lot of weight. The fundamental ingredients to this car is a lot of power and a very lightweight package. McLaren is definitely a very high quality brand. … Read More

2017 Audi A4 Allroad: What Crossover Intenders Should Buy

The 2017 Audi A4 Allroad is a very great car. This car is very practical and also very luxurious. There is also a lot of extra cargo space to be found in this vehicle. One of the interesting features of this car is the off road drive mode that makes the steering effort a lot … Read More

Beyond Aluminum: 2019 GM Pickups May Tackle the Carbon-Fiber Frontier

Although General Motors made fun of Ford for using aluminum rather than steel, they have been found to be using plastic for its pickup beds. They say it will make the beds stronger, since this is carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic rather than normal plastic. Although it’s possible that all of GM’s new trucks could be using this … Read More

2018 Lexus IS In-Depth Review: A Different Type of Sports Sedan

If you’re looking for a high-end luxury car with most bells and whistles but a low sticker price, then the 2018 Lexus IS might be the car for you. It has more HP than the previous year model but the center console is not as good as other models. There were a few changes between … Read More

2018 Chevrolet Corvette in Depth: Red, White, and Blew by You

In its 65th year of production, the Chevrolet Corvette is a hard-headed masterpiece. A mean looking body and a monstrous V-8 combined with some new features such as an improved back up camera have this car ready to control the road. If you don’t pay attention to the cramped, plain interior then you’ll have trouble … Read More

BMW Issues Stop-Sale Order and Recall of All i3 EVs in U.S.

A major car company has issued a large recall and stop sale, on their electric vehicle, of more then 30,000 vehicles sold in the United States. The recall is due to the possible injury that could happen to 5% of its possible drivers. Inconsistencies of initial compliance testing and further testing showed different results, thus … Read More

2017 Cadillac CT6 Tested in Depth: Almost a Flagship

The 2017 Cadillac CT6 is being named the flagship of the Cadillac fleet. It’s not, but there’s nothing better to compare it to at other high end car makers. It’s cheaper than the luxury competition with a smaller four or six cylinder engine, but the cars handle perfectly at those sizes. The 2017 comes with … Read More

2018 Toyota Sienna In-Depth Review: Highly Practical, Minimally Sophisticated

Minivans aren’t known for their “sexiness” and the Sienna isn’t any different. While it has great capabilities for seat folding, internal electronics and even a V8 engine, the car feels cheap and looks boxy as possible. As long as someone is looking for substance over style, they will find an excellent car for the price, … Read More

Face Blindness: The Ho-Hum 2018 Volkswagen Jetta Tested in Depth

The 2018 Jetta is a great all around sedan but lacks the styling to stand out against the competition in the segment. Three engine choices offer plenty of selection for consumers. Those who prefer a sportier ride should opt for the GTI inspired GLI trim level. Key Takeaways: All engines available for the VW Jetta … Read More

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