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September 2017

Fitting into the Lineup

Fitting into the Lineup

When you look at what the Mitsubishi brand brings to the market today, you see a gaping hole at the bottom of the SUV lineup in order to make sure you can have a smaller SUV to drive. Thankfully, the team at Mitsubishi saw this gaping hole as well and has found a way to make sure you can have the vehicle you want to drive with the new 2018 version of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. This is a crossover SUV that’s small and active to give you the style, handling, and technology you’re looking for when you’re ready to get on the road and drive.

The Place You Want to Drive this Autumn

The Place You Want to Drive this Autumn

When you’re looking for an excellent way to travel and take the family for a short break during the fall months, you need to take a look at what the Blue Ridge Parkway has to offer. This road is part of the National Park System in North Carolina and Virginia with more than 400 miles of road that will provide you with views you won’t see anywhere else. Here are several of the reasons you should take a drive on this road during the fall months:

Another New Honda Concept to Get Excited About

Another New Honda Concept to Get Excited About

We saw the new Urban EV Concept from Honda make its way across the stage at the Frankfurt Motor Show to capture our attention and imagination. This new concept is one that allowed us to admire a throwback style and feel while adding a generous amount of futuristic style and technology to be a concept we can certainly appreciate and desire. If you thought this was all Honda had to offer, you’d be wrong as this brand looks to bring another new model to the Tokyo Motor Show.

Guidelines on the Way to Legislation

Guidelines on the Way to Legislation

With new bills being considered by the Legislative Branch of the government that have autonomous driving as their subject, the march toward self-driving cars is moving forward. For the past couple of years we’ve discussed the amount of money being invested by automakers in this technology and the possibilities, but always with a caveat that legislation could arise that would slow things down. Recently, we’ve found out that the government doesn’t want to get in the way of progress in this area and with bills being passed that will allow testing and driving on all roads in the country, autonomy may be here sooner than you would expect.

Built Right for Your Commute

Built Right for Your Commute

The car that you choose to get you to and from work on a daily basis needs to be one that offers you comfort, quality, efficiency, and safety. This car should have the easy driving characteristics you want and come to you at an affordable price. Thankfully, the Hyundai Accent is a car that brings all these things together to be a model that is perfect for you to have the drive you’re looking for on the roads you drive. This is a car that has everything that makes sense for you to have the drive you want.

2018 Subaru WRX: Affordably Built for Fun

2018 Subaru WRX Affordably Built for Fun

When you want the value for your money to give you more fun in the vehicle you drive while also offering you the benefit of more control in foul weather, the Subaru brand is an excellent brand to trust. The WRX is a model you’re going to love to drive when you want a car that has the power you need and the low price that makes it affordable and easy to enjoy on the road. There are variants and qualities that you’re going to see in the WRX that make it an easy and obvious choice for you on the road.

Do EVs Belong at the Dragstrip?

Do EVs Belong at the Dragstrip

In the past couple of years, the Tesla Model S has proven time and again that an EV can be the fastest car on the dragstrip. There are no doubt those that saw this car show up at the strip the first time it raced thought the Model S was a gimmick and wondered how a sedan could be made to take on the cars made by some of the most impressive sports car names on the market. When Tesla was able to beat the best of Lamborghini, Dodge and others eyes were opened to what an EV could do on the drag strip.