Aaron on Autos

Where Aaron talks about cars.

2017 Toyota Avalon

The 2017 Toyota Avalon is a top-shelf sedan for the full-sized segment that is generally the bar against which others are compared. Although the Avalon hasn’t seen a significant upgrade since 2013, it’s held its […]

Mar, 29 · in iSeeCars.com,Toyota

2017 Toyota Yaris iA continues the fun from Scion

With the Scion name gone, the iA model moves to the Toyota line for 2017 as the Yaris iA. But the fun continues as the car remains largely unchanged.. Except for packages. Which are hilarious. […]

Mar, 29 · in FutureCars.com,Toyota

Review: 2017 Buick LaCrosse is more than a restyled Impala

For the 2017 model year, Buick totally reconfigured the big LaCrosse sedan in an effort to differentiate it from the crowd of standard and semi-luxurious sedans on the market. Buick succeeded, taking what used to […]

Mar, 28

Review: 2017 Ford Explorer Runs the Gamut

The Ford Explorer has been a long-time entry into the sport utility market and its name is virtually synonymous with SUV. It’s grown and evolved since its introduction, becoming a more contemporary 3-row crossover-SUV for […]

Mar, 27

Review: 2017 Nissan Pathfinder returns to its 90’s roots

Back in the day when flannel and grunge were in and the web was new, the Nissan Pathfinder was the 4×4 that many a country boy lusted after. Today, the Pathfinder has grown alongside that […]

Mar, 24

The 7 Longest-Lasting Cars That Retain the Most Value

Nobody wants a car that stops running after a few years, and last year iSeeCars identified a list of the top 10 longest-lasting vehicles. But which of these cars holds its value the best? Read what […]

Mar, 23

Spyker goes with Koenigsegg for C8 Preliator Spyder engine

Spyker unveiled the topless version of its supercar, the C8 Preliator, at the Geneva Motor Show with a surprise announcement. The small-volume carmaker is dropping the Audi powertrain originally planned for the Preliator in favor […]

Mar, 23


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