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But that was a problem, because when it finally did make it across the pond, its unveiling in the U.S. left many unimpressed. The problem was that it hadn’t really been updated much at all. It was odd that a “new” car looked, well, old.
Never fear. Audi isn’t the kind of company to let things fester. For the 2019 model year they pulled back the curtain on a fresh new Q3, one that’s not only slightly larger, but remarkably updated.
From its stunning grill and cool running lights, to the distinguished but sexy, well-defined side lines, the Q3 has finally (truly) arrived.
Here’s the story of an SUV that went on a diet, and things turned out well. The original GMC Acadia was a full-sized SUV when it debuted for 2007, but ten years later the automaker lopped off a few inches, both length and width, along with about 700 pounds.
Today, with some minor additions for the 2020 model year, the result is a mid-sized SUV that can look — and sometimes act — rugged, while maintaining some city integrity, too.
If you’re looking for third-row availability to manage your busy family lifestyle, take a peek at the Acadia. Last year it came up just a tad short of selling 100,000 units.
There are multiple trim levels to choose from, and the MSRPs reflect those many options.Continue Reading
Volkswagen has dabbled in the luxury sandbox in the past, with only a smattering of success. Now they’re back with a vengeance, proudly showing off a car that’s a little bit sedan, a little bit hatchback, and a good dose of fun.
When they first began to arrive at American dealerships this past April, most people were probably hesitant. “What’s an Arteon?” was likely uttered to salespeople for months. In fact, it probably still is.
But that’s cool. After spending a week behind the wheel, I hope VW is prepared for a long game, because they’re off to a good start. Perfect? Nope. But I was pleasantly surprised, and look forward to watching things progress with subtle alterations.Continue Reading
I’d say you have choices.
And here’s the cool thing: All of those choices will be good, regardless of the route you take. Base model with smaller engine and fewer toys? It’s a great small crossover. Go with the option-heavy M model with a stouter engine? It’s a winner, too.
So how much do you want to spend?Continue Reading
Well, my friend, welcome to the marriage of utility and fun. It’s called the Stelvio.
Or, using the name on its birth certificate, the 2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio. Whew, if a car ever needed a nickname . . .
Thus, we just say Stelvio, the name of an Italian mountain pass famous for its dozens of winding switchbacks. Those hairpin turns don’t usually scream “SUV,” but in this case it certainly works.
Alfa Romeos aren’t overly familiar in the U.S., but the car maker has been putting out sporty – and racing – vehicles since 1910. They know their way around horsepower. But even traditional automobile powers are caving to the demand for sport utility vehicles, and the Stelvio represents Alfa Romeo’s first SUV.
Nothing like hitting it out of the park in your first at-bat.Continue Reading
The results have been pretty stellar throughout the journey. In fact, last year Chevy sold more units of the Equinox than ever before, approaching 350,000. It’s a hit.
And that’s saying a lot, because that smaller compact segment is one of the most competitive classes of cars and trucks you’ll find. Everybody seems to want to score big in this category, and the buying public is paying attention. They’ve spoken with their wallets.Continue Reading
Toyota chose the name Prius, which is Latin for “first,” or “original,” and it’s appropriate. The Prius was the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle in the world, rolling off the assembly line in Japan in 1997.
Three years later it was introduced to America, where it has almost become the face of the entire hybrid segment.
I still remember the doubtful looks — and more than a few snarky comments — the automaker put up with in those early days. Hey, it was something radically new, and maybe suffered from the perception that it was not too far off from Flintstones’-styled locomotion.
Oh, but those days are gone. With millions of sales globally, the Prius proudly wears a badge of honor for leading the charge (pardon the pun) that today features a plethora of hybrid choices.Continue Reading
Ten years later, when the second generation appeared with a few alterations, it spawned a whole new category in the automotive world. The ’84 Cherokee was (unofficially) the first SUV.
Competitors sat up and took notice. People were ditching their station wagons (Google it) and opting for this new thing. An entire segment was born and quickly flourished.
Thirty-five years later the roads are filled with SUVs and their offshoot, the crossover. And the venerable ol’ Cherokee is still going strong.Continue Reading
The biggest question I have regarding this car is:
Why isn’t there a space between Mazda and 6?
When I write Mazda6 it looks like I’m either screwing up or just too lazy to hit the space bar.
The company, based in Hiroshima, Japan, will celebrate its 100th birthday in late January. Some of us are old enough to remember the advertising emphasis on their rotary-engines.
Those days are gone. Today, they simply make good, reliable, fun cars. You can live with that, right?Continue Reading
In fact, Lexus created the ES only because dealers didn’t want to be limited to just one model (at that time the LS). So they put together what some called the “luxury sedan of sports sedans.”
Now, three decades later the ES has a whole host of fans. In fact, as a disclaimer, I’ll point out that my own personal car is an ES hybrid.
For the 2019 model year Lexus made a few changes, both inside and out, resulting in a quicker, somewhat-sportier car.Continue Reading
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