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The 2021 Kia Telluride Nightsky Edition Is Stealth

As the name suggests, the Nightsky Edition is about dark accents and finishes. It’s offered in seven eye-catching colours. It is based on the premium SX Limited trim level. Blacked-out is a very widespread trend with new vehicle owners. To capitalize on the hot...

2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Priced At $80,995 In The US, $114,345 In Canada

The bonkers SRT Hellcat Durango will be built for the 2021 model year only. The base price for the 2021 Durango is $31,765 in the US, or less than 40% of the Hellcat. Base SXT AWD starts at $47,495 in Canada. The SRT...

The 2021 Telluride Nightfall Edition Is The Stealth 3-Row SUV

The Nightfall Edition is meant to deliver a more menacing personality. The Kia Telluride is the hottest 3-row SUV in North America. Kia and Hyundai are on a high at the moment. Their 3-row SUVs are outselling the competition and, as we said about...

2020 Toyota Highlander First Drive Review

2020 Toyota Highlander
When Toyota introduced the 2020 Highlander it was easy to overlook the following figure: 6.7 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres in combined driving conditions. Usually, in big three-row crossovers, we immediately want to hear about the cargo space, tech features or safety equipment,...

Next-Generation 2021 Chevrolet Suburban & Tahoe Revealed in Detroit

The Chevrolet Suburban is indubitably an American icon when it comes to SUVs. After 85 years of production, this big hunk of metal is back in 2021 with new engine choices, new technologies and a completely new look. The Suburban was never acclaimed for...

The Ford Expedition King Ranch is Back

2020 Ford Expedition King Ranch
After a few years of absence, the 2020 Ford Expedition will be back with a King Ranch Edition, announced the manufacturer. With sales up, Ford decided it was time to return to popular editions with its 2020 Expedition. That’s why the American carmaker announced the...

SUVs Are Not A Trend : Stating What’s Obvious

Volkswagen Atlas Basecamp Concept
We often refer to trends when it comes to automotive designs. Crossovers and SUVs have surpassed the trend state and are here to stay We often read that kids never want to buy what their parents drove. I completely understand although I grew up with...

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS First Drive Review: A Very Well-Off Family Hauler

We got the chance to take the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS on some of Utah’s most picturesque roads and ever-changing terrain. Here’s our take on this grand and stylish people transporter. Salt Lake City, UT - Supreme. Sport. Swanky. Sumptuous. Superfastandsexy (I made that one up),...

2019 Chevrolet Traverse Review: A Perfectly Fine Family Vehicle

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The latest generation of the Chevrolet Traverse combines no-nonsense features and room with a decent drive. It’s an easy choice to make. Sometimes, overthinking something is pointless. I do it far too often, especially with two small kids. This could considered part of the curse...

2019 Volkswagen Atlas Review: The World’s Biggest VW Is Good

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This is one instance where arguing that the Volkswagen Atlas is not a true VW is pointless. It is selling like mad. I was among the first to be horrified to learn that Volkswagen was pulling the plug on the Passat wagon in the first...

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