Every car enthusiast should have a Ford Mustang sometime in their life, and, with the possible exception of the debut 1964 1/2 model or the original Fastback that starred in the 1968 movie Bullitt (more on that later), there may not be a better time for that than now.
For 2020, Ford continued to build on the 2015 redesign that moved the Mustang into its sixth generation with up to nine variants of the famed coupe and convertible filling out this year’s Pony portfolio. Read more
Palisade Limited AWD (2020)
This is Hyundai’s all new three-row, super-mid-sized SUV and it’s a stunner! The exterior design is fresh, modern and elegant plus the interior is full of the tech features that everyone likes. Read more
Lincoln Corsair AWD Reserve (2020)
Mention the words Lincoln automobiles to thirty or forty-somethings and most envision an elderly couple heading to the golf club in their Continental or Town Car. Or maybe, the badge engineering Ford did so blatantly in the early 2000’s. Surprise! That’s now firmly in the past, as Lincoln is starting to get truly serious in becoming a real player in the luxury Crossover/SUV market. Read more
BMW M850i xDrive Gran Coupe (2020)
Just say the name “Gran Coupe” and it automatically conveys an image of something sexy and luxurious yet functional and practical. The all-new BMW M850i is all that and more!
The curvaceous silhouette, wide kidney grille and long, sleek hood make the M850i look elegant and sporty from every angle. There are many purposeful and smart design ideas that come together in the making of this gran coupe and fortunately, the freakishly large kidney grille is not one of them. Thank you, BMW! Read more
Genesis G70 RWD 2.0T Sport (2020)
Genesis is sending a strong message to the established luxury brands from Germany and Japan with their exciting product portfolio which includes the recently introduced G70 sport sedan among others and the all new, three-row SUV called the GV80 from the summer 2020 on. It is very clear that the Genesis brand is a new page in the luxury vehicle handbook. Read more
At a time when some automakers are giving up on sedans or least pushing their SUVs/crossovers to buyers seeking family transportation, Dodge seems to be taking a different approach. Read more
Kia Soul X-Line (2020)
Sometimes cars that are well designed and have a certain flair end up becoming iconic. The Kia Soul is one of those. In a crowded, sub-compact crossover segment, with a lot of “me too” bland designs, could the Kia Soul stand out? Turns out the answer is yes! Read more
It doesn’t rank up in medical history with the discovery of penicillin or the creation of the polio vaccine, but Nissan has found a common remedy for owners of all-electric vehicles: range anxiety. Read more
BMW i3 Sport with Range Extender
I’m not a mom and I loved the i3 Sport. Why? Because it has personality, its different, did everything I needed perfectly and it will probably do the same for most people. They simply have to drive it in order to understand.
I could not quite figure out what this car is. It’s not an SUV yet you do sit higher than a typical sedan or coupe. It’s not a sedan because it doesn’t have the typical four doors, yet it does have rear doors and it’s not a sports car because of the size and height yet you could out maneuver most cars on the street with ease. Maybe it’s this outside of the box approach that really caused me to really like this car. Read more
Our phones and tablets get so much use that a regular charge just isn’t enough to last for the whole day. Early chargers didn’t have a lot of capability and are very delicate to use on the go. The new MyCharge AdventureMax H20 Portable Charger 10,050mAh Waterproof Power Bank Rugged External Battery Pack takes care of these problems and then some. It offers rugged construction as well as ease of carry when on the go. Read more
In the interest of full disclosure, I should state at the start that I have been a fan of South Korean automaker Hyundai’s products for close to 20 years now. We had a good experience with the 2003 Santa Fe SUV we bought, and it worked well for my daughter and son as well.
So that could be seen as influencing my opinion of the new Genesis G70 sedan, which is no longer a Hyundai but a stand-alone entity, much like Lexus is Toyota’s luxury outlet, Acura is Honda’s, and Infiniti is Nissan’s. (Interesting that they are all Asian products.) Read more