Reading Time: 3 minutes Originally just a fancy version of the Camry in the ’90s, the Lexus ES evolved into its own luxury car early in the new millennium. The modern ES still shares some parts with the larger Toyota Avalon, but the mid-size Lexus benefits from the largest top trim Toyota.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When the weather is nice, there’s nothing better than driving with the warm summer air flowing and the sun shining down on you. While convertibles can give you a bit too much wind, sun roofs are the perfect solution: they allow you to experience all the blue sky and sunshine without feeling overwhelmed.
Reading Time: 3 minutes When you think about it, it’s kind of inconsiderate that the driver gets fancy 16-way power adjustable seating, while the front passenger is stuck with a manual handle and no height adjustment. Fortunately, there are a few manufacturers that understand this plight.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Prefer two fewer doors? Then Q60 is another way to go. Entering its third generation a couple of years ago, the car follows the contemporary Infiniti “Powerful Elegance” design philosophy characterized by smooth body lines, sleek silhouette, and the appearance of movement even while standing still.
Reading Time: 3 minutes You may be surprised that a vehicle as affordable as the Rio is also one of the most reliable. JD Power says the Rio is more reliable than the Honda Fit, plus there’s that massive 10-year/100,000-mile transferable warranty.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A different kind of masterpiece has been created in KC. Carvana proudly introduces its all-new Kansas City Car Vending Machine – a towering eight-story edifice that brings a whole new flavor to car buying and will serve more than 2.1 million residents living in the Kansas City metro area!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Enthusiasts were thrilled when Dodge announced the return of the Challenger a little over a decade ago. The third-generation muscle car is still going strong, wearing a 1970s inspired look reinterpreted for the modern age.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If crossovers aren’t your thing, the Escalade is still the SUV to get if you’re a CEO or rapper. Originally starting at $71,000, it has street presence and looks expensive, but depreciation is your friend here, and you can find great examples for half that.
Reading Time: 2 minutes So why pick an SUV from 2015 specifically? Aside from the fact that it was a great period where several automobile manufacturers launched refreshed or redesigned versions of key products, four-year old vehicles strike the right balance between affordability and reliability.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Once upon a time, trucks were reserved for farmers or people who worked in the trades. Pickups had a bench seat and little room for passengers. Today, however, more and more people are using trucks as family vehicles.