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  • 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Review

    Hyundai’s latest hybrid does more than just beat the Prius with 58 MPG combined, it is one of the few no-compromises hybrid cars in America. The low starting price means that the average compact car shopper in America would break even in under two years while enjoying a larger cargo area and (oddly enough) better

  • 2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco Review

    The Elantra Eco blew away it’s 40 MPG EPA highway score and it’s 35 MPG combined score to be the most efficient non-hybrid compact sedan that’s not a hybrid or a diesel. The question however is: should you buy this or the new Hyundai Ioniq? Hmm.

  • 2017 Kia Optima PHEV Review

    Kia hasn’t been known for efficiency but that’s all changing with a deluge of new hybrid and plug in hybrid models over the next few years. One of those new models is the  2017 Optima Plug In Hybrid with nearly 30 miles of EV range and impressive mileage when operating in hybrid model. It’s not

  • 2017 Kia Cadenza Review

    Whether you cross-shop the Kia Cadenza (also known as the Kia K7 in some markets) with a Toyota Avalon or a Lexus ES, the Cadenza no longer comes across as the “less expensive” option. The previous generation’s claim to fame was delivering 95% of the experience for 75% of the price. This Cadenza on the

  • 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Review

    Some folks may deride the 25 mile EV range of the Prius Prime but the logic behind it is flawless: the new plug-in Prius delivers the best fuel economy of any hybrid on the market and the best EV economy as well beating the Chevy Volt on both fronts by a wide margin and leaving

  • 2017 Genesis G80 Review

    For 2017 the Hyundai Genesis becomes the Genesis G80 with absolutely no mention of Hyundai anywhere. Does this sound like Toyota and Lexus to you? Spot on. Genesis is the newest luxury brand in America and the G8 aimed squarely at the Lexus GS, BMW 5-Series, Audi A6 and Mercedes E-Class. Pulling a page out