That’s a Cadillac? That’s what I heard more than once as I drove Caddy’s updated SRX through the streets of Pittsburgh. The muscular lines and little styling touches are attracting the luxury crossover buyers in […]
There was a time not long ago when Ford’s Explorer was at the top of the SUV pile. Bad publicity and bad gasoline prices knocked the American icon from its perch. With a head to […]
Honda makes a nice attempt at adding a little flair and a lot of sports car to its “Green” lineup with its two-seater CR-Z.
If you are looking for top value for your car buying dollar then you have to take a look at Kia. While some people have shied away in the past because of quality problems, those […]
It has been awhile since Italian automobile maker FIAT has had an entry in U.S. showrooms but once they came to the rescue of Chrysler it was only a matter of time until the Italians […]
Nissan’s small crossover/SUV, the Rouge is not spectacular, nor is it groundbreaking. It is a well designed small family hauler that gets all of the jobs that a small sports utility vehicle gets called on […]
Audi’s entry into the larger luxury SUV/Crossover segment the Q7 is about as good as it gets in this class. Add the engineering wonder that is the TDI Diesel engine and it gets as close […]
Vinnie Richichi gives his review of the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid sedan.
I loved Chevy’s Cruze when I drove it a few months ago. Now, Chevy goes itself one better by designing a version that will give you over 40 mpg on the highway almost matching a lot hybrids mileage wise at a lower price.
If you live in Pittsburgh and want to drop the top on your car you probably want to look at retractable roof hardtops as opposed to the soft top versions. They seal better, hold the […]
The Dodge Boys went to work on their Durango SUV and when they were finished they came up with a sharp-looking, solid family car that like its size…between full size and mid size… is unique.
Once again I drive a diesel-powered car that breaks all the misconceptions about diesels here in America.
Although it is tempting to call Cadillac’s latest entry into the CTS-V luxury/performance line a Corvette station wagon, I won’t. Or at least I will try not to. After all it’s as quick as a […]
Pirates MLB.com beat writer Jen Langosch joined Vinnie Richichi of the Vinnie & Cook show on SportsRadio 93-7 The Fan.
With the price of gas these days, smaller is better when it comes to cars. That’s where Mazda’s scaled down family mover, the 5 shines.