Driving Impressions : 2020 BMW M235 xDrive Gran Coupe

The BMW M235 xDrive Gran Coupe is one hot little sedan. (It has four doors, a rear bench seat, and B and C pillars. It must be a sedan.) Semantics aside its fast. The factory claims 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 155 miles per hour.....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Bolt EV Premier

A Bolt review requires two parts a review of the car as transportation mode and its review as a value and functionality proposition. Certainly, the appearance of the Bolt was meant to be different. From a front ¾ view it reminds us of the cartoonish....
Driving Impressions : 2021 Seltos SX Turbo AWD

It seems only natural to compare the new Seltos to its highly rated and popular relative, the Hyundai Kona. Though they share base (147 HP multi-port injection 2 liter) and performance (175 hp turbocharged 1.6 liter) powerplants and some chassis....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Genesis G70 RWD 3.3T Sport

For more than half a century BMWs line has contained the prototypical mid-sized sports sedan. The popular genesis was the BMW 2002. And its successor, the BMW 3 series, has held reign since (even though the manufacturer has surrounded it with so....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Nissan Kicks SR CVT

Nissan can claim success with the Kicks. In 2019, its first full year of release, it eclipsed the annual sales records of its predecessor, the Juke, by over 20,000 units. The sales figures are not a surprise as the Nissan is a solid entry in the....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Nissan Sentra SV FWD

The new Sentra joins the other members of the Nissan family line with the now familiar contradiction of more curvaceous and more angular body lines. Like them or not the Nissan sedans stand out from the rest of the pack. I personally think the styling....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Hyundai Venue

If you have an entry-level sedan why not an entry-level SUV Thus, Hyundai introduces its sixth distinct sport utility vehicle, the Venue. Forgive me Hyundai but it has much the shape of lots of other econo boxes. Distinguishing it are the Hyundai....
Driving Impressions : Genesis G90 3.3T Premium

Choosing what to write about a luxury car is always a bit more difficult than choosing what to write about a performance or economy car. Zero to 60 times and cornering capabilities make excellent page fill for the former and more features and better....
Driving Impressions : 2020 AMG GLC 63 S Coupe

A glance at the Mercedes-Benz website reveals 28 separate United States offerings its an alphabet soup of As, Bs, Cs, Es, Gs, Ss and more. Driving Impressions will focus on the Mercedes GLC or midsize line, which includes both coupe and SUV.....
Driving Impressions : Hyundai Elantra GT N Line M/T

So a bunch of marketing men (or women or both), some coin counters and a few of those AMG cats that left that German company got together and decided to build a small sports sedancoupehatchback and keep the list price out the door under $25,000.....
Driving Impressions: 2020 Hyundai Sonata Limited

This is one tough segment. Its easy to classify – virtually all the midsized sedans ride on a 111 inch wheelbase. Ford and GM have all but abdicated and Toyota Camry continues to dominate with predictable annual US sales in the mid 300,000 range....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Jeep Compass Latitude 4X4

Driving Impressions refers the reader to our earlier review of the 2017 Jeep Compass. Not much has changed....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Hyundai Ioniq HEV Limited

Driving Impressions 2018 review of the Hyundai Ioniq (Hybrid) concluded with Toyota with its two decade hybrid head....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Range Rover Evoque

Of this I am certain, people buy a Range Rover Evoque because they want a Range Rover. You might settle on a Jeep Compass or a Ford Escape because it fits your budget. An Evoque is a status symbol and a choice. One might think that with lists....
Driving Impressions : 2020 Hyundai Palisade Limited

The Palisade is not Hyundais first foray into the rather crowded larger midsize (I cannot believe I am writing the descriptor) SUV class. That honor belongs to the scratched Santa Fe XL model, the Korean auto giants earlier three row entry. This....

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