You’ve Got a New Performance Car; Now What?

There are two schools of thought when it comes to breaking in a new vehicle and whether your new vehicle is a performance model or not there are some things you should do and some you shouldn’t do when you have a new model vehicle. The reality is that having a new car is like…

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Taking the Tesla Model Even Farther

Several months ago Tesla unveiled the Summon feature for some of their vehicles and it seems this feature is about to be taken even farther. The Summon feature is one in which an owner can use a remote key fob and have the vehicle open the garage door, move itself into the driveway and be…

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2017 Chevrolet Trax: Competitively Upgraded

The subcompact SUV segment of the market is already one of the most competitive with nearly every automaker offering a variety of models in this class. These vehicles offer you a combination of practicality, presence, efficiency and affordability to be a great way for you to step into an SUV at the price you can…

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2017 Volvo XC60: Compact Luxury at its Finest

It used to be that Volvo had only one thing going for it, even though this brand has made some of the most admired cars and SUV ever built, safety was the name of the game at Volvo. This was most the case because a Volvo model meant you chose a car that had no…

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Bold Steps for Ford

Ford CEO Mark Fields recently announced the goal of Ford to have fully autonomous vehicles on the road as part of a ride sharing program by 2021. This is one of the most aggressive marks set yet but Ford is confident they will be able to reach this goal. In an emotionally exuberant press conference,…

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Why Does the Challenger Keep Falling Behind?

The Dodge Challenger is a car that can seriously invoke both feeling of nostalgia and admiration. This is a car that has the looks and some of the features that were included on the original Challenger from the time when muscle cars proudly prowled the streets. The Challenger is fast, its powerful and it has…

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Death in a Tesla Causes Concern

The first American death in a Tesla Model S while using the Autopilot system occurred recently and has many wondering if the system or the driver were at fault. The victim in the crash was Joshua D. Brown, a forty year old technology company owner from Canton, Ohio who loved his Model S enough to…

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A Crossover for the Drifters Out There

What is a drifter? If you are talking about a lifestyle you might be describing a self-proclaimed gypsy or someone who moves from town to town that never puts down roots. On the other hand if you are describing someone in the automotive world it would be those drivers who love to see a car…

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