It’s a Volvo XC40, black with the white roof option and white wheel inserts.
I can’t stop seeing the Nissan Versa sedan in the profile of the new Cadillac CT
S-5. Not even just in the head/tail lights but also with the seemingly tall (for a modern sedan) windows.
Saw this on the ‘ol Zuckerbook today and got a good chuckle from it. There’s a whole page called “shirts marketed to extremely specific demographic” and it’s great if you need a laugh this afternoon. Link
Today was an unusually nice March day in Pa. Nothing puts our town in a better mood than a random warm day.
No reason to freak out, the $35,000 Tesla Model 3 will not increase in price (unless they change their minds tomorrow lol).
Pricing for the 2020 Cadillac XT6 was announced today. It will be starting at $53,690 for a FWD Premium Luxury.
It’s got a flat bottom steering wheel so you know it’s sporty lol. This vehicle feels oddly current yet outdated at the same time. Maybe my opinion will change after a few days..we’ll see.
2019 is The Year of the Grille! That’s right, BMW can’t have all the fun enlarging their snouts and this Built Ford Tough van needs a Built Ford Tough Grille.
I’ve always have had a soft spot for 6MT SH-AWD TL’s. Sure the previous third generation is the best looking TL, but this post mid cycle refresh example looks pretty sleek in my eyes. The powerful J-series V6 and slick six speed manual makes this sedan very desirable.
This is the just announced VW T-Roc R. Yes, it’s a crossover, but it powered by the 296 horsepower motor and 7 speed DSG from the Golf R and that makes it okay in my eyes.
Want to see a concise version of the report in video form? Well you’re in luck, here’s the video.
I was scrolling through my absolute favorite
advertising social media app today and came across this gem. Clicking on the comments on car manufacturer ads is one of my favorite things to do, as you get to see some great examples of who’s buying whatever car is being advertised.
I might be going slightly crazy because the recent weather has caused my commute to become a lot more congested and longer. Because of this, I’d love an electric motor to crawl around in traffic, instead of getting low 20's in my GTI.
The Toyota Tacoma gets a nice mid-cycle refresh, with updates in the interior and infotainment. Exterior wise, the updated Tacoma receives new headlights, different grilles, and some revised taillights. Powertrains stay the same.
If you live in a area that’s gets any decent amount snow/ice, snow tires are a very wise investment. My friend learned this lesson the hard way today after Pittsburgh got a surprising amount of snow with some ice underneath it.
Bow down to the Fit and Versa Note, Yaris Liftback. It’s going away for 2019. The Yaris was a good, simple car, but I don’t think anyone will be crying.
Initial thoughts -Not bad, a little sad looking, but simply it looks like a Golf, which I can’t be mad about. Will be interesting to see the rear and interior shots when they debut. I think it’s much cleaner and more understated than the large nose on the new Jetta and Passat.
Today after receiving a very underwhelming amount of snow in western PA, my buddy and I decided to try and find a lot with at least a little snow. Eventually we found this warehouse where we got to do all the skidz.