The 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Coupe is marketed as a high-performance crossover but is it really? Take a closer look because if you think hard enough, this rig is just a tall sedan with a hatch instead of a trunk. If you view the GLE Coupe that way, it starts to make sense because what we’re seeing is the reinvention of the typical four-door sedan as we know it. Although it … [Read more...] about 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Coupe Review: The New Age Super Sedan?
The 2021 Toyota Prius e-AWD is the latest evolution of the hybrid icon that started it all. Without it, the electrification revolution wouldn’t have started. Toyota proved that you can make reliable, smooth, and drivable (and now no-compromise) hybrid vehicles with the Prius and it helped the brand establish itself as an electrification pioneer. Sure, Toyota currently doesn’t … [Read more...] about 2021 Toyota Prius e-AWD review: The Most Efficient Gas-Powered AWD Car?
Instead of emulating the German competition, the 2021 Lincoln Nautilus follows a different path by focusing more on comfort over sportiness. Formerly known as the MKX, the Nautilus is essentially a heavily refreshed version of the old alphanumerically named crossover. This time, it gets a new face to put it right in line with the rest of the Lincoln lineup. Think of the … [Read more...] about 2021 Lincoln Nautilus Review: Beating to its Own Drum
This week’s latest news mainly comes from Europe where several automakers have revealed their electrification plans and latest products. Porsche has revealed the 2022 Macan, which is the last refresh before the all-electric second generation arrives. Every model gets a power boost except for the Turbo, which has been discontinued. Like the outgoing model, Porsche’s smallest … [Read more...] about Weekly News in Review: July 18 to July 24
The Hyundai Sonata N-Line is the car that any number of companies could have built and should have built. But for a variety of reasons, only Hyundai and their sister company Kia are willing to build a crazy-fun and oddly affordable family sedan. Hyundai is a company with something to prove, probably because they haven't been around all that long. Mercedes claims to be the … [Read more...] about The Family Sedan Only Hyundai Will Give Us – 2021 Sonata N Line
If you thought the 2022 Volvo C40 Recharge looks familiar, well, it is. This is essentially a coupe-like version of the XC40 Recharge and it's also Volvo's first dedicated battery-electric model. There are key design changes to distinguish the C40, namely the roofline, which is roughly 3.0 inches lower than the XC40, and that dramatic rear end with the cool rear spoiler. … [Read more...] about 2022 Volvo C40 Recharge First Look: The Coupe-Like Swedish EV
If you're looking at entry-level crossover, the 2021 Nissan Kicks should be on your list. As part of its refresh, the Kicks gets a new face complete with a larger grille, thin LED headlights, and taillights connected with a red trim piece. You get more equipment too. Higher trims now come with an 8.0-inch touchscreen instead of a 7.0-inch one and you can now get adaptive cruise … [Read more...] about 2021 Nissan Kicks Review: The Best Inexpensive Crossover?
The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a major refresh for the crossover that slots between the subcompact and compact segments. First revealed for the 2018 model year, the Eclipse Cross is the last all-Mitusbishi model. Since then, the Japanese brand has started using parts from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. For 2022, Mitsubishi gave the Eclipse Cross a significant … [Read more...] about 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: What’s Changed and What’s Not
This week's news sees more commitments to electrification, more SUVs and trucks, and the first teaser for a rally-bred icon. Honda has officially revealed the name of its first battery-electric vehicle: the Prologue. Scheduled to debut in 2024, the Honda Prologue will be the first in a lineup of EVs and is part of a greater plan to electrify the entire Honda U.S. model … [Read more...] about Weekly News in Review: June 27 to July 3
Although there are four key entries in the minivan segment, there are others that aren't as prominent. The Chrysler Voyager, for instance, is the least expensive one you can buy at just under $28,000 but there's a caveat. It's essentially a pre-refresh Pacifica that isn't available with all the features you can get on its sibling. You can also get vehicles like the Ford Transit … [Read more...] about Finding the Best Minivan Episode 5: Pricing and the Verdict