Aaron is an automotive journalist accredited by both the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press (RMAP) and the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA). Aaron writes for outlets near and far as freelance.
AaronOnAutos is a revolving portfolio of his work.
The Toyota RAV4 is one of the original and most successful compact crossovers on the market, and for the 2019 model year it’s undergone a complete redesign. This fifth-generation RAV4 is now more capable than before, and we didn’t let a couple of minor downsides keep us from having fun …
In this review, I go right into the adept little 2019 Mazda3. In its hatchback format with available all-wheel drive, it’s a contender against many compact crossovers and remains fun to drive. Mazda has always done well with the 3 and this new generation of the car continues that tradition.
Video dedicated to the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund: https://diocancerfund.org/
See my interior review of the 2019 Mazda3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4r3X1mxzg
See the Mazda3’s worthy competitor, the Kia Forte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eRZkh10hV0
The market for compact vehicles in the sedan segment is thinning as buyers look towards more versatility, but the argument for a well-executed small car can still be compelling. The Mazda3 has often set the tone on that front and this new iteration goes further, pushing back hard at crossovers …
In this question, Mary wants to know why General Motors and Volkswagen are suddenly going all-in on electric vehicles. I explain that, including some market-wide information that looks at Toyota, Ford, and others to give context. A great question!
The Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class was introduced in 2016 as the German automaker’s entry into the luxury small crossover class. The GLC quickly set the standard for the segment, offering huge amounts of luxury, great looks, and solid driveability. The 2019 GLC comes with a lot of standard equipment, plenty of options …
Classic Volkswagens, like the Beetle and the Bus, are now iconic pieces of driving history throughout the world. Volkswagen wants to take that love a step further by adding an electrification option for restorers looking to bring new spark to their classic Beetle cars. Read about this on NewAtlas.com.