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Honest opinions - the good, bad and ugly. View the entire archive.

2019 VW eGolf: Electric Boogaloo II

I made it home - without a flatbed! And without having to plug the eGolf in - and wait - before I could get home. But the most interesting thing I discovered about...

2020 Kia Soul

Kia has made the box bigger - but mostly on the inside. This includes the boom inside the box! The just-updated Soul is bigger under the hood, too. But these improvements don’t come at...

2020 Nissan Altima

For a long time, Nissan’s Altima and Maxima sedans have been so similar it’s been hard to tell them apart - and not just in terms of their looks. They’re almost exactly...

2020 Dodge Charger

Just because it's new doesn't mean it's not old. And that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad. In fact, it can be very good. But you'd better get it while you still can. What It Is The...

The Me Too Corvette

Where should a Corvette’s engine be? Historically, it has always been up front and usually under a rear-opening hood - which made it easier to see the Corvette’s engine - a very...

2020 Lincoln Corsair

The Ford Escape is one of the best-selling compact-sized crossovers on the market. But what if you’d like an Escape with a bit more exclusivity  . . . and a lot...

2019 Toyota 86

Many people buy Toyotas because they are Toyotas - which have a reputation for being durable, reliable cars that are known to depreciate less fast than other cars. But how about a...

2019 VW Beetle Final

In 1979, VW stopped selling the Beetle - at least, in the United States. Uncle would not allow it. The car designed back in the 1930s could not meet the crashworthiness and emissions...

Saaaaaaaaaaaafety-Free Beetle. . .

Well, almost. The VW Beetle, which is being retired after this year, is one of the few new cars you can still buy without all the new latest saaaaaaaaaaaafety features - which...

2019 BMW M35i

Why sell the same basic car two different ways? Well, first of all, you make it not quite the same - in order to appeal to two different buyers. That way, you can...
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