This week it’s a spin in one of my Star Cars of the year… and a great addition to Chevrolet’s Compact lineup:The 2014 Cruze Diesel.
This week we get to motor in the lap of environmentally conscious luxury with the 2014 Audi A6 TDI Diesel Quattro.
Funny how life works sometimes… when I was at IMPA Track Days last week, I wanted to drive Nissan’s cool-looking small hatchback the 2014 Versa Note and never got around to it. Maybe I was having so much fun rolling around in the funky Juke NISMO that I failed to notice the time. But on Tuesday morning what shows up at the office but Nissan’s Versa Note!
This week we go green with Toyota’s 2013 Prius Plug-In Hybrid sedan.
This edition of YVWDTW has us tooling around in The Volkswagen that America has
been waiting for, The Beetle TDI Clean Diesel.
Looks like it is time for the Kia Hamsters to get a new home as this will be the last model of the first generation Soul.
It looks like Toyota may have finally figured out a way to make the Avalon, well, cool.
This past Saturday morning on Drivetime we reviewed the 2013 Ford Taurus. Lots of changes to the Ford flagship sedan in looks and high tech equipment but the biggest and best change may be the one under the hood as the Taurus gets the i4 EcoBoost engine for the first time.
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Lots of pretty impressive autos and trucks hit the floor here in Detroit at the 2013 North American International Auto Show on the first the two media days.
There are a lot of people who want to drive a luxury car and even more that want to save the planet.
I’ve got to admit, I was all prepared not to like the Scion iQ minicar. I have been around long enough to remember the Isetta and the Messerschmitt… two mini city cars from the ’50s that were unique in that the only way in and out was through a door that opened the front of the car.
If James Brown is the Godfather of Soul then Kia’s Soul is the Godfather of the small boxy car.
The name of the game these days in family cars is simply mileage. That is what the average consumer who is car shopping for transportation is looking for.