The Mazda brand offers a small sport utility chock-full of tech that is often overlooked by consumers.
With short notice an elite group of Automotive Journalists and industry professionals were invited to Ford Motor Company's Research and Development Center in Dearborn, Michigan for a combination of on, and off the record presentation. What I will say about the event is, WOW! FoMoCo is making huge strides toward the future of diversified mobility... Continue Reading →
Masterminds behind the future of Autonomous Vehicles stress necessity of proper infrastructure and test data
Friday January 26th, 2018 the Washington Auto Show opened to the public following three days of Media and Public Policy. Most automakers are represented and have managed to bring quite the variety! For the second year in a row the Washington Auto Show is offering an LGBT family night, offering an opportunity for discussion and... Continue Reading →
Automobiles have always held a remarkably special place in my heart, they give me great pleasure via most of the human sensory systems, the feel of supple leather, the smells of anti-corrosion solutions and diesel fuel, the sounds of dual clutch transmissions banging through gears, the taste of the air plagued with vaporized tires at... Continue Reading →
Just to be perfectly clear: No automobiles were injured in the making of this blog post. The fate of my beloved wagon has been up in the air for quite some time. A little more than a year and a half ago I purchased a 2004 Mercedes-Benz E500 4Matic wagon, a proper estate car.... Continue Reading →
Ford Motor Company made huge improvements with the mid-cycle face lift with the F-150 for model year 2018. With this refresh changes include a new front fascia across all trim levels, adjustments to the tail lamps and tail gate; as well as interior and exterior color additions and changes and a plethora of wheel chooses.... Continue Reading →
Recently I've had an opportunity to spend a week with a Sport Utility Vehicle that I've been quite curious about for some time. Since the rollout of the Highlander in the early 2000's I've witnessed thousands, if not tens of thousands of these things parked at the local grocery, in line at the car wash,... Continue Reading →