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Daily Drivers : Car Reviews And News

2019 Hyundai Kona Review: A Lime Green Crossover with a Twist

2019 Hyundai Kona Review: A Lime Green Crossover with a Twist
The first time we saw the Hyundai Kona, it was being revealed at the LA Auto Show, and while some applauded the automaker’s investment, many people really didn’t know what to think of it. America’s small CUV segment is already riddled with options, and for whatever reason Hyundai has remained out of the race… until now.
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YES! Mazda Confirms MX-5 Power Increase for the US

YES! Mazda Confirms MX-5 Power Increase for the US
After all the rumors have been flying about a power bump for the 2019 Mazda MX-5, Mazda has finally confirmed it is true. The 2019 MX-5 will have a 181hp, 151 lb-ft of torque 2.0_liter SKYACTIV-G engine under the hood.
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2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Return of the Happy Snappy Hatchback

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Return of the Happy Snappy Hatchback
I’m not going to bang the gavel and proclaim that the Hyundai Veloster is the right option for everyone shopping the sub-compact sport hatch segment, but I will admit that I have long had a soft spot for the vehicle.
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2018 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.0 GT Review: The Road Well Traveled

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.0 GT Review: The Road Well Traveled
The first Mitsubishi that I ever came into close contact with was my dad’s Colt hatchback. Rebadged as a Dodge, the five-door was a daily-driven delight. With a manual gearbox, stellar fuel economy, room aplenty for baby seats, and nary a mechanical issue to be seen over multiple years.
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2018 Genesis G80 AWD 3.3T Sport Review: Sports and Leisure

2018 Genesis G80 AWD 3.3T Sport Review: Sports and Leisure
Stomp around in someone else’s backyard just to see what happens. Throw the traditionalists for a loop with turbocharged antics and all-wheel drive agility, then back it all up with a jaw-dropping list of standard features for a fraction of the competition’s asking price.
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2019 Lexus ES First Drive Review: Calm, Cool, and Collected

2019 Lexus ES First Drive Review: Calm, Cool, and Collected
Since it first debuted back in 1989, Lexus has sold over 2.18 million of its mid-size ES sedans. The car is not only a critical revenue generator for the brand, but it’s been one of their most middle-of-the-road vehicles, which is a direct reflection of its popularity, and vice versa.
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Subaru Series.Gray WRX and WRX STI Prove Gray Is Anything But Drab

Subaru Series.Gray WRX and WRX STI Prove Gray Is Anything But Drab
Subaru will be making a limited edition run of special WRX and WRX STI cars for 2019. There will be 250 WRX STI and 750 WRX cars in the uniquely outfitted Series.Gray line. Both cars get the same Cool Gray Khaki color with Crystal Black Silica badges.
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Tesla Model 3 Improves Brakes with Over-the-air Update

Tesla Model 3 Improves Brakes with Over-the-air Update
Not too long ago, the gang over at Consumer Reports took a couple of Tesla Model 3 cars and tested them on the track. They found that the Model 3 had the worst braking performance in its class, taking as much as the length of a full-size truck to stop from speed.
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2018 Nissan Armada Review: A Big Boy for the Boss

2018 Nissan Armada Review: A Big Boy for the Boss
It’s no secret that demand for SUVs is higher than it’s ever been, and cars here in the US are passé. But this doesn’t mean that all SUVs are popular. These days, the smaller, sleeker, sometimes cutesy SUVs and crossovers are all the trend.
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Quick Cruise: JDM Nissan ePower

Quick Cruise: JDM Nissan ePower
Have you ever seen the film Lost in Translation? The one where a completely washed-up Bill Murray goes to Tokyo in order to ride whatever fame he has left in his sad career by selling his image via Japanese whiskey commercials?
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2018 Hyundai Sonata SEL Review: Master of the Mid-size

2018 Hyundai Sonata SEL Review: Master of the Mid-size
It is not my job or responsibility to shill for one car brand over another. I see a wide variety of vehicles, and have driven almost every major brand on the road today. So, I consider myself “informed.” So, with that said, I’m always amazed when I hear people say, “Oh I’d never buy a Hyundai.” I don’t know if this is a remnant from the early 1990s when Hyundai was starting out and definitely made “cheap” cars.
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2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback First Drive Review: Hot or Not Hatch?

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback First Drive Review: Hot or Not Hatch?
When Toyota announced that it was bringing a proper Corolla hatchback to market in the US a couple of months ago, I was pretty excited. The idea that the company might be jumping into the hot hatch arena to take on the Civic is something gearheads are surely stoked about.
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2019 Honda Fit Proves Cars are Here to Stay

2019 Honda Fit Proves Cars are Here to Stay
There’s no question that people here in the US are buying more trucks, crossovers and SUVs, and fewer cars. In response, Ford announced last week that it will be discontinuing most of its cars here in the States.
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Ford’s Great Car Extinction Starts May 2018

Ford’s Great Car Extinction Starts May 2018
Yesterday we talked about Ford confirming the end of the road for all its cars save the Mustang and the Focus Active – which really is just a small crossover. Some new details are floating around now that put dates on when the cars will leave end production for the US.
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Ford Saying Goodbye to Cars in US – Except the Mustang

Ford Saying Goodbye to Cars in US – Except the Mustang
With sales of traditional sedans and coupes continuing to fall here in the US, it may come as no surprise that Ford is making some big changes. The automaker has announced that it will be axing all cars here in the states, except the strong selling, iconic Mustang.
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