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Daily Drivers - Car News & Reviews - Page 4 Of 97

2019 Volvo XC40 Review: Swedish Perfectionism in Practice

2019 Volvo XC40 Review: Swedish Perfectionism in Practice
Volvo has long been known for the safety and reliability of their vehicles, but it wasn’t until the past decade that they’ve really stepped up their design game. Following in the footsteps of their stellar XC90, S90, V90,…

Audi Says Farewell to US Manuals with Limited-edition A4 Ultra sport

Audi Says Farewell to US Manuals with Limited-edition A4 Ultra sport
Starting with its 2019 models, Audi is killing off the last of its manual transmission cars here in the US due to slow sales. The small glimmer of positive news is that it is making a very limited…
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2019 GMC Sierra Denali First Drive: A Triumph in Truckin’ Tech

2019 GMC Sierra Denali First Drive: A Triumph in Truckin’ Tech
Over the last two decades, GMC has managed to go from being almost solely associated with industrial utility to being a true premium truck and SUV brand. The combination of styling, functionality, technology, and quality all aim above…

2018 Mazda CX-5 Review: a Confident Compact Crossover

2018 Mazda CX-5 Review: a Confident Compact Crossover
It’s time to face the facts. Compact crossovers aren’t just a flash-in-the-pan trend, they’re a juggernaut within the auto industry. They’re not going anywhere any time soon. So even though I find many of them boring, or with…

Steeda Makes Special Bullitt Mustang Even More Special

Steeda Makes Special Bullitt Mustang Even More Special
One of the coolest Fords that has been launched in recent years is the understated, yet powerful Bullitt Mustang celebrating the famous movie car that Steve McQueen drove in the flick Bullitt. But if the factory version isn’t…

2019 Mazda MX-5 First Drive Review: Unadulterated Topless Entertainment

2019 Mazda MX-5 First Drive Review: Unadulterated Topless Entertainment
There are two classes of vehicles out there: the kind that needs to be thoroughly reworked, and the kind that needs to be left untouched because it’s already pretty darn good. I recently had the chance to hop…

Sonos Motors Sion EV Harnesses the Sun for Drivetrain Power

Sonos Motors Sion EV Harnesses the Sun for Drivetrain Power
One of the holy grails for electric vehicles is the ability for cars to leverage solar energy for recharging their batteries. However, most applications of solar panels on EVs have been for providing power to less energy hungry…

2018 Kia Stinger GT Review: A 5-Door Fastback Revelation

2018 Kia Stinger GT Review: A 5-Door Fastback Revelation
While plenty of car manufacturers like to slap the “GT” moniker on cars that are anything but Grand Tourers, Kia actually got it right with the Stinger GT. This is the very definition of a GT car, offering…

2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Sport Review: Untapped Euro R Potential

2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Sport Review: Untapped Euro R Potential
For years, Honda has teased us with glimpses of the Civic Type R ripping around on foreign soil; a 4-piston piece of Japanese engineered agility and hi-revving revelry with zero interest in sitting on American sales floors. But…

Could This be the First Jeep Wrangler JL Special Edition?

Could This be the First Jeep Wrangler JL Special Edition?
I’m a big Jeep Wrangler fan. The things even a basic one can do off-road are impressive. The long running JK model is now being phased out in favor of the new and even better JL Wrangler. However,…

Honda Civic Type R Review: One Fast, Fun, and Functional Hatchback

Honda Civic Type R Review: One Fast, Fun, and Functional Hatchback
What is there to say about the Honda Civic Type R that hasn’t already been said? It’s lightning quick, only comes with a manual and a clutch pedal, can stow all sorts of stuff inside its oh-so practical…

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Ultimate Review: Hatching Fun

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Ultimate Review: Hatching Fun
For as long as it has existed in the Hyundai lineup, the Veloster has been a fun little car to look at. I’ve always loved its low and lean hatchback styling, and its quirky, asymmetrical 3-door layout. But…

2018 Kia Rio Review: A Peppy Subcompact Packs Great Value

2018 Kia Rio Review: A Peppy Subcompact Packs Great Value
95Octane’s tagline is “Cars that don’t suck.” So, then how can I review a subcompact car with a price tag under $20k and a little four banger with a puny amount of horsepower? Simple, the 2018 Kia Rio…
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