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Test Drive: 2015 Maserati Ghibli by AutoNation

The new Maserati Ghibli is not only a revitalization to one of Maserati’s biggest nameplates, it’s the introduction of their first ever midsize sedan to compete against the likes of the BMW 5-Series, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Jaguar XF, Audi A6, and the Lexus GS. Click here for more news on the Maserati Ghibli. Power is […]

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Test Drive: 2015 Infiniti QX70 by AutoNation

The 2015 Infiniti QX70 is a crossover SUV that emphasizes form over function. Like the 2015 BMW X6 it competes against, the 2015 Infiniti QX70’s shapely design is absolutely stunning; however, if function is more important than form, consumers may be better off looking at Infiniti’s other three-row SUVs: the car-based 2015 Infiniti QX60 and […]

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Review: 2014 Hyundai Tuscon: Cheap, Cheerful and Capable

It’s not everyday that one gets to test a car they would never consider owning, but Hyundai has gone to great pains to make this process enjoyable with their latest Tuscon. This model started life back in 2004 as a cheaper alternative to the Ford Escape and was left largely unchanged through 2009, save for […]

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Review: 2014 Volvo S80 T6 AWD Inscription

Most cars on the market go through a pretty volatile refresh rate, on the fringes are models that stick around four years before grabbing a total redesign, eight is a more normal number, but the current S80 has been with us now for 12 years in its current form. In the time it requires an […]

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2014 Toyota Corolla LE Eco

Review: 2014 Toyota Corolla – Knifing through the wind better than ever

Redesigns of a company’s bread and butter sellers can be a tenuous task. Toyota rested on their laurels for a long time with the previous Corolla and offered only a half-hearted mid cycle refresh, which added USB connectivity and new exterior lighting. The 2014 Corolla really is an all new effort and does drive, whine, […]

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Reviewed: 2014 Mazda CX-9 brings driving pleasure to the seven seat crossover genre

It’s March in Vermont, this is a time of maple sap running out of the trees, heavy snowfall, and life punctuated only by ski trips and trips to stoke the woodstove. Inoperable are the dirt roads, freezing and thawing with no interest in their summertime draining habits, rutted, sometimes frozen, sometimes wet, every car in […]

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1987 Suzuki Samurai

Flashback Review: 1987 Suzuki Samurai: A clock is an optional extra

I cohabited with one of these for quite some time, and learned how to drive stick on it too during my other life in Hawai‘i. The decomposing car pictured lived in the rain forest, which receives 10 feet per year of acid rain. Could the body rust have been repaired? Absolutely. Would it involve a […]

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Reviewed: Volvo C30 T-5 R-Design

I began drinking the Volvo Kool-Aid before I went to college;  three 850s later, I bought another car that is a bit overweight and soft: a 2009 Volvo C30 T-5 R-Design, which now has 110,000 miles on it. The car uses Volvo’s P1 platform, sharing much with the S40, V50 and C70 and by extension, […]

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2013 Hyundai Veloster RE-MIX Edition Front 3-4 Right

Review: The 2013 Hyundai Veloster RE:MIX Edition is stunning value, but still leaves something to be desired

When I saw the Hyundai Veloster for the first time during its inaugural year in 2011, I thought: this is it, Hyundai’s brand new chance to really prove their worth in the hatchback wars. And it’s rather hard to deny, considering the Veloster’s inspiringly bold yet attractive design that just convincingly says, “come drive me, […]

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2014 Chevrolet Impala LTZ Front 3-4 Left Angle

Review: The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is a more sophisticated, front-wheel driven four-door Camaro

The Chevrolet Impala—the epitome of America’s idea of what a full-size sedan for the masses should be. When it first debuted in 1958, it was designed by Chevrolet’s at-the-time chief engineer, Ed Cole, who was also responsible for other models like the Corvette, the Corvair, the small-block 350, and virtually all of Chevrolet’s radical success […]

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