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Inside the 2020 Dodge Durango: The Massive But Mighty Budget Buster

You may know Dodge more for the Hellcat twins. Or maybe for their award-winning lineup of pickup trucks. But nestled between all-out horsepower and the capability to haul, tow, and wrassle anything on the face of the planet is the Dodge Durango. It’s not quite a Hummer, but will never be confused with a Tesla…

Honda Recalls Over 600,000 Vehicles In The U.S.

Honda is recalling more than 600,000 North American vehicles due to a number of issues. They include faulty door latches, malfunctioning backup cameras, and problematic dashboard lights. Vehicles impacted include the Odyssey minivan and the Pilot and Passport SUVs. The recall starts on September 23. The actual total number of recalls is 1.6 million, based…

Inside The 2021 Hyundai Tucson: A Completely Redesigned SUV

The Hyundai Tucson is a compact SUV which has been completely redesigned for 2021. It now sports a daring new look which, frankly, we love. Although a plug-in hybrid version of the Tucson has been rumored, the 2021 version will remain powered by a more conventional four-cylinder gas engine. When it hits showrooms this fall,…

Ford Names New Chief Executive Officer

Big changes are taking place at the Ford Motor Company. The Detroit automaker has announced they are changing their Chief Executive Officer for the third time in six years. Current CEO Jim Hackett will step down and retire this October. He will be succeeded by his handpicked deputy, current Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley. Hackett…

Inside the 2020 Lexus NX: Aging But Still Eye-Catching

There haven’t been a lot of substantial revisions made to the Lexus NX since it first debuted in 2015. Despite the stagnation, the 2020 Lexus NX is still a pretty competitive offering in the compact luxury SUV segment. It’s priced right, comes with a slew of standard safety features, and has a well-appointed interior that…

Tesla Apparently Has A Back-Up Plan If The Cybertruck Fails

Elon Musk has a back-up plan. The Tesla CEO says that his company will build a more conventional pick-up truck if the their upcoming Cybertruck fails to catch on with consumers. Referring to the Cybertruck as a “futuristic battle tank,” Musk detailed his backup plan should sales of the unconventional electric truck flop. In an…