Author - Zerin Dube

Gallery: 2023 Nissan Z

The 2023 Nissan Z made its debut yesterday in New York and we have a full photo gallery of the beautiful Japanese sports car below.

More details will follow but all 2023 Nissan Z models will come with a 400-horsepower 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine, and will be available either in a 6-speed manual or 9-speed dual-clutch transmission.

The new Z is just gorgeous from every single angle and we can’t wait to see these on the streets. Also, blue interior!

Expect pricing around the $40k mark which will make the new Z one of the best sports car bargains out there.

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In the S:S:L Garage – 2021 Kia Sorrento X-Line

Full Review coming soon on this 2021 Kia Sorrento X-Line, but all you need to know is that you absolutely cannot miss going and driving the Sorrento if you are in the market for an SUV. This is the most impressive product packages I’ve driven in this class, and continues Kia’s homerun derby of killer products. The Sorrento X-Line’s design and color are striking, and the entire car just feels so much more expensive than it actually is.

More to come, but get to a Kia dealer now and test drive one for yourself!

In the S:S:L Garage – 2021 GMC Yukon AT4

2021 RAM 1500 TRX

One look at the 2021 RAM 1500 TRX and you know that this isn’t just any ordinary pickup truck. This is the widest, meanest, and fastest truck you can buy today, and there’s no bigger status symbol out on the trails today than the RAM 1500 TRX.

With the chiseled styling, 702-horsepower Hellcat engine, and incredible off-road capabilities engineered from the ground up, the RAM 1500 TRX seems like it’s the end-all, be-all pickup truck to end all rivalries, full-stop.

Well, it’s not quite that simple and after spending a week with the TRX there might actually be an upper limit to my tolerance of insane vehicles.

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Follow the Social Conversation: 2021 Nissan Rogue

 

 
 
 
 
 
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As mentioned in our conversation above, the 2021 Nissan Rogue is a huge step forward for the small crossover. It’s really impressive how well Nissan has managed to make the Rogue feel like a more upscale SUV while retaining a similar price point to its predecessor. This is definitely a small crossover that should be on any shopper’s list to check out.

Configure your own 2021 Nissan Rogue @ https://www.nissanusa.com/vehicles/crossovers-suvs/rogue.html

Driven – 2021 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium

The 2020 Toyota Supra launched to years of anticipation and excitement with its sharp, futuristic looks and a rich history of being an iconic Japanese sports car. The trouble with the car was that it wasn’t exactly what people were wanting. The car shared a lot with the BMW Z4 and didn’t quite have as much of its own identity as it should have. It wasn’t as athletic as it should be from a driving dynamics perspective, and the engine didn’t have the power that people were expecting. The result was the launch of a pretty OK Supra, but not a great one.

For those that waited to buy a Supra, 2021 is the year those buyers are rewarded for their patience. Not only is the 2021 Toyota Supra GR 3.0 more powerful, but it’s also much better to drive than the launch model Supra. Still, though, is it worthy of the Supra name?

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