Why do we love the Mini brand so much? Because no matter which model you choose from Mini you’re selecting a vehicle that comes with a personality and an attitude that makes it fun to drive. Think of the lineup from Mini as being similar […]
When you hear the name Lincoln Continental a smile has to immediately cross your face. This name along brings back thoughts of the large, comfortable and impressive flagship models from Lincoln of the past. This car has returned for the 2017 model year to retake […]
Over the course of automotive history the hot hatch has been a type of car that has given us the fun we want to enjoy on the road while offering us the low price of a car that doesn’t take itself too seriously. A car that allows for the fun to be enjoyed out on the roads in your area while also being one that can make a difference in the drive has been everything we’ve wanted. The hot hatch originated in Europe and was first introduced in a model we still love today.
As we saw the Scion brand make its way to a demise last year some of the models that had been part of the Scion name have been rebadged under the parent company of Toyota and are now being presented with new names. The FR-S has been renamed the Toyota 86 and the iA has become part of the Yaris group and the iM has become a Corolla hatchback. The SUV that was being worked on for Scion is the C-HR which is now being offered under the Toyota name as the compact SUV from this brand.
Are you planning to head out on the road with a fifth-wheel or travel trailer? If so, you need a massive truck with tons of power to get the job done for you and the Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD could be the right truck for […]
When it comes to the vehicles used to get up the mountains and to the top of the slopes for the snow sports enjoyed during the winter months most of us would think the right vehicle and partnership would come from a company that offers a variety of SUV models. These SUVs would also need to have AWD as part of the setup which means they can handle the challenges of the ride on the mountain roads going up to the slopes. With this in mind the most unlikely partnership with the Professional Ski Instructors and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) is Volkswagen for their sponsor vehicle.