De-badge the 2021 Kia K5 GT and you would think this is a premium sports sedan from Germany or maybe Japan. Guess again, it’s Korean and its beautiful. Read more
Often with wood-grained side panels and foldable seats in the far back that faced to the rear, the station wagon offered much-needed space to accommodate larger families and all the stuff they tended to pack for summer vacations. Read more
The 2021 Hyundai Sonata was revamped at the end of 2019 for the 2020 model year and it is a dramatic change from the previous generation’s styling and design. There is a unique shark-like grille with accented lighted strips that fade back into the hood sides that giving it a modern and elegant touch. The side profile is contemporary and sleek, offering several character design lines as well as some aerodynamic tail lamps that give the Sonata a sporty feel to its look. Read more
Occasionally, I get in a vehicle and it feels just right and the Lincoln Aviator is one of them. Positioned as a three-row large, luxury SUV, the Aviator has the capability to take on almost any task you ask of it, from long distance cruising to early morning school carpooling, this versatile and handsome SUV can handle all these tasks with ease. Read more
Having undergone a name change in 2014 and a redesign for 2019, Infiniti’s QX50 gets two new trim levels for 2020 with Sensory and Autograph models adding to the top of the lineup and giving buyers five looks to choose from, all offering a choice of either front-wheel or available all-wheel drive. Read more
With automatic transmissions coming with Sport and Sport+ modes and manual gear selection via paddle shifters mounted to the steering wheel or, in some cases, the steering wheel column, vehicles equipped with manual transmissions continue to fade from the market.
According to various sources such as Carfax.com and autowise.com, just over 40 vehicles for 2020 come with the capability of the traditional clutch and shift operation, which sounds like a decent number of options. Read more
Introduced as a 2017 model, the Alfa Romeo Giulia gets technology updates for 2020 that makes it an even more attractive option for those looking for “something different” in the compact luxury sedan segment.
Its Italian styling and lively handling made it an immediate hit among critics, and now such new features as a new 8.8-inch touchscreen display for infotainment functions and connectivity features like a wi-fi hotspot and SOS call add to its appeal. Read more