Category Archives: Commentary

2018 Subaru Crosstrek Manual Test: Hipster Cred, Better Car

The new Subaru is a new addition to the family. Like most Subarus it has excellent handling but unlike the sport models, it lacks in acceleration. It’s also doesn’t have the best gas mileage, which is odd for a car designed for the more environmentally conscious Gen Y & Z entry car crowd. Though the … Read More

2018 Mercedes-Benz SL-class in Depth: The Date-Night Sports Car

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz SL Class has a few new modifications this year. It’s not a complete overhaul since the car received updates that were part of a redesign of the series. The 2018 version is still sleek and keeps its top shelf reputation with luxury add ons like heat warmers, rear camera and ground lights. … Read More

2019 Aston Martin Vantage: Entry-Level Stunner Revealed!

Aston Martin’s new car, the Vantage, is its latest entry to the market. Looking more like an Audi A8 instead of a James Bond-esque, sports car, it though all the bells and whistles that Mr. Bond would expect in his cars (minus the missiles). The car has a compact frame in comparisons to Aston Martin’s … Read More

Shuttle Down! Self-Driving-Shuttle Era Begins with a First-Day Crash in Las Vegas

The launch of a self-driving bus resulted in a minor crash with a truck in Las Vegas. The AAA spokesperson reported the bus was at a complete stop when the truck crashed into it. This has caused shuttle operations to cease momentarily as the company reviews data to confirm that there was no damage to … Read More

2018 Subaru Impreza in Depth: A Trusty and Predictable Workhorse

If you’re looking for a compact, the 2018 Subaru Ipreza is a great option. It maintains the brand’s reputation for safety and the look is sleek and can appeal to all audiences. The engine and transmission combo is lacking a bit, causing the car to suffer from a lowered fuel efficiency. It also comes standard … Read More

2018 Jaguar XJR575 First Drive: A Light-Footed Alternative

The 2018 Jaguar is now being test driven by a few important sources. Follow the story and wait for the legendary manufacturer to release its popular vehicle. The new model promises that the engine will generate 575 horsepower once in motion. That is a powerful and impressive addition to the lineup overall on the market. … Read More

2018 Hyundai Accent Driven: A Pleasing Refinement of an Entry-Level Contender

The 2018 Hyundai Accent is sure to impress drivers everywhere in the world. It is an entry level contender and continues the tradition that Hyundai itself started. Buyers simply trust the Hyundai to release a popular vehicle that is sure to impress people. The 2018 Hyundai Accent has 104 cubic feet of interior space for … Read More

Toyota Is Uneasy about the Handoff between Automated Systems and Drivers

Toyota is ready to make a big change when it comes to automated systems. But that new decision has made the corporation uneasy and it may be showing. Drivers will want to take note and will work to see the project through to the end. Safety concerns are a big factor that Toyota will need … Read More

The Man Who Saved the Porsche 911 from Oblivion has Died

The former CEO of Porsche, Peter Schutz, has passed away at the age of 87. He is most remembered for his efforts to revive Porsche and save the Porsche 911 from being discontinued. The Iconic 911 has been a staple in the Porsche product line and became a huge part of their revival as a … Read More

Will the Republican Plan to Zap the EV Tax Credit Kill Electric Cars?

The $7500 federal electric car tax credit is arguably the main reason to purchase an electric vehicle. The Republican tax reform bill that is currently in Congress threatens to do away with this federal credit. Without the credit, research suggests the demand for these hybrid and electric vehicles will drop significantly. To be sure, some … Read More

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