I’ve been driving the @MercedesBenzUSA GLB 250 this week and they absolutely nailed this one. Perfect size for most, great engine, great driving experience, fantastic infotainment, tons of amenities and very comfortable. They are going to sell a lot of these. Well done, MB. pic.twitter.com/d4jJCLjUBu
— Zerin @ Speed:Sport:Life (@SpeedSportLife) January 2, 2020
The automotive enthusiast community has been on fire lately with anti-SUV drivel. There have been countless articles on various...Read More
Sometimes, it’s OK to start a story in the middle. Just ask Ford.
The 2019 Ranger is not new, but it’s new to us. The underlying engineering was handled by Ford of Australia, and the truck was first introduced back in 2011. Ford has been selling it all over the world ever since. Well, almost all over the world. The U.S. and Canada were left out of the party. Until now, that is.
There are upsides to this. While the Ranger may be “old” by passenger car standards, its age means Ford has had time to refine and improve it. Thus, the version we finally got for the 2019 model year should be the best Ranger Ford has built.
It’s hard to imagine a time when the compact crossover field wasn’t flush with options. And yet it was just a couple of short decades ago that the Toyota RAV4 and its cousin from Sayama, the Honda CR-V, were fresh nameplates on the scene. A scene that, it must be said, these two players largely established. Sure, you could argue there were other compact five doors with off-roading pretensions available before them. The Jeep Cherokee comes to mind. The AMC Eagle if you really want to get creative.
Not too much detail here, but Ford announced that the long awaited return of the Bronco will finally happen in spring 2020.
Someone on Twitter asked Ford PR guru, Mike Levine, if the reveal would happen at the NY Auto Show and the reply is priceless.
Reveal in New York City? This isn’t Blazer. https://t.co/qAkaAzwP3v
— Mike Levine (@mrlevine) November 1, 2019
We can’t wait to see the new Bronco!
I recently stopped by Porsche North Houston to check out a 981 Porsche Cayman S that had popped up for sale. I met Efan Hsu who first gave me a tour around the dealership and all their wonderful toys. Porsche North Houston is one part automotive showroom, and one part Porsche museum. There are so many incredible vehicles on display (all for sale) that your jaw will stay on the floor until long after you’ve left.
This is an extremely enthusiast-oriented dealership, and I cannot say enough nice things about Efan and the rest of the Porsche North Houston staff. They are the most welcoming and customer service oriented sales team I’ve ever had the pleasure of dealing with. Check out these beautiful machines of Porsche North Houston!