New York Vinnie
The question I am asked the most by people who know I test and critique cars for a living (besides can you get me a deal?) is Yo Vinnie, what are you driving this week? So something new…my first impressions of what I am driving this week. Short sweet and to the point. Some inside scoop on the cars I drive before the full review.
The midsize SUV is alive and well and thriving at GMC! That’s my takeaway after spending a week in the hot off the presses GMC Acadia Denali.
Whatever your taste in cars from collector to hot rod, Ford to foreign, tuner to Model A there is an event for you at Carlisle, Pa.
She stands by the side of the road waiting for a car that very few people know about and even less have seen. Once she gets it in her sights she has literally seconds to snap photos of it after what could be hours out in the cold.
With the Jackie Robinson biopic “42″ hitting movie theaters and Major League Baseball celebrating Jackie Robinson Day on Monday, April 15, the man who broke baseball’s color line at Brooklyn’s Ebbett’s Field in 1947 has come alive once again to a whole new generation of people who might not realize what Robinson or his legacy means to our lives today.
In a crowded field of mid-size SUV/Crossovers, Hyundai’s 2013 Santa Fe Sport does a lot to make it stand out from the pack. On this edition of Drivetime we take a look at the the latest version of the Hyundai family hauler.
If you are Ford, you already have a winner in the Focus. It is one of the best small cars out there in all of its variations.
With the the 2013 New York International Auto Show closing in fast (it runs March 29 to April 3 at The Javits Center in New York City) I thought it might be a good time to look back at what was hot, cool, electric, muscular and sexy at last years show.
On this edition of Drivetime, we look at the Ford attempt at meeting the Toyota Prius head on… the C-Max Hybrid. The crossover, which slips into the void left by the old boxy Escape, is […]
I recently had a chance to spend a day driving two of Kia’s new vehicles, the compact Forte and the midsize crossover Sorento through the desert country outside of Phoenix and both cars made a spectacular first impression on me as well as the assembled media.
The Cadillac XTS all-wheel drive offers world-class build quality, intuitive electronics, comfortable seating, connected driving and sharp design that, simply put, will compete with anything in it’s class.
We already know that Hyundai can build a pretty spectacular small car but how do they do when they dip their toes into the luxury end of the pool? If the Hyundai Azera that I recently put through its paces is any indication, they swim pretty good at the deep end.
This week’s Drivetime Road Test has us cruising in Hyundai’s newest Elantra, the GT. Now this all-new for 2013 edition of Hyundai’s compact car is not to be confused with other Elantra’s in the line up.
On this week’s edition of the Drivetime Road Test it’s a look at an improved version of a car I reviewed earlier in the year and really liked, The Hyundai Veloster.
No doubt you have heard the ads…donate your car to charity for a tax deduction and to help a cause.
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|7:00 PM||CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley|
|7:30 PM||omg! Insider|
|8:00 PM||Undercover Boss|
|9:00 PM||Blue Bloods|
|10:00 PM||Blue Bloods|
|11:00 PM||KDKA-TV News at 11|
|11:35 PM||Late Show with David Letterman|