BMW 4 Series Receiving Minor Updates For 2018 Edition

A lot of people didn’t like it when BMW separated the 3 and 4 Series cars from each other in 2013 to create a sportier selection in the 4 Series. It didn’t make sense, they said. People thought they still looked too much like each other, with the only difference being the number of doors at the time. As BMW added more models to include … Continue reading BMW 4 Series Receiving Minor Updates For 2018 Edition

2017 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen Review: Looking For A TDI Replacement

When it comes to affordable wagons in the United States, the market is annoyingly small. If you discount standard hatchbacks and go searching for true wagons, you are essentially left with only one option in 2017, and that is the Golf Sportwagen from VW. As one of the affected buyers of a TDI from VW, I am forced to go looking for a new car. … Continue reading 2017 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen Review: Looking For A TDI Replacement

Why Kia’s New Stinger Is A Big Deal

What do you do when you’re known for producing practical but stylish cars for mass consumption? Most would say that you continue doing exactly that. Don’t rock the boat. Don’t try to be something you’re not. Don’t try to enter a different niche in the automotive world. Just fly casual. Kia’s not subscribing to that philosophy, though, and at the NAIAS this year they made … Continue reading Why Kia’s New Stinger Is A Big Deal

AMG Celebrating 50th With A Special Edition

We all saw it coming when AMG announced the GT C Roadster in September in Paris, so it was just a matter of when the hardtop version would appear and what the spec would be. Those questions have been answered as Mercedes unveiled the new GT C in coupe version Monday at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It’s Mercedes-AMG’s 50th year of … Continue reading AMG Celebrating 50th With A Special Edition