The all-new 2023 GMC Canyon is the brand’s attempt to not only take on the crowded midsize off-road truck segment but to crush the competition from Toyota, Nissan, and Ford. While the 2023 Canyon shares its platform with the new Chevy Colorado, GMC has taken the Canyon decidedly upscale to help differentiate it from its sibling. The good news is GMC has come out swinging and delivered a midsize pickup that kicks ass.Read More
The new 2023 Nissan Z Performance is one of those cars that made my heart flutter the minute the first Z Proto images were...Read More
The 2023 Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 is the new flagship off-roader in the Silverado lineup, besting the Silverado Trail Boss in off...Read More
It is rare these days that a car completely blows me away and exceeds every expectation of it. Most vehicles sold today are good, and some even fall into the realm of very good, but very few have me walking away saying WOW. The 2024 Chevy Trax is one of those rare vehicles that did have me walking away saying just that.Read More
The Buick Encore GX is now in its fourth model year and has been updated for 2024 with new looks, features, and trim lines. Our tester is the new 2024 Encore Avenir trim, which replaces the Essence trim at the top of the Encore food chain. The 2024 Encore starts at $25,600 for the Preferred trim before the $1,295 destination charge, while the Avenir starts at $31,900 before the destination charge. That’s a lot of money for a subcompact crossover and puts the Encore Avenir in the middle of a very crowded segment, with the likes of the Volkswagen Taos and the BMW X1. We spent a week with the Encore Avenir to see how it fares against said competition.Read More
We reviewed the Kia Sorento back in 2022 and came away feeling like the Sorento is one of the best bangs for the buck for 3-row SUVs. Not only is the Sorento priced well, but it’s one of the rare vehicles that feels a lot more expensive than it is.Read More
By now, most enthusiasts know that the Jeep Gladiator is a lot more than just a Wrangler with a five-foot bed in the back. The Gladiator is a purpose-built lifestyle truck engineered to do everything a truck is supposed to do, including towing up to 7,650 lbs.
Gladiator shares with the Wrangler the rugged styling and go-anywhere, top-off, doors-off, fun spirit of its sibling. This review focuses on the Mojave trim Gladiator, which is identical in price to the rock-crawling Rubicon trim, but more suited to high-speed desert running than crawling.Read More