In this one, I talk about the newly-released Hyundai Santa Cruz “not a pickup” truck. This is actually a very well-done vehicle that is aiming for a specific market and it will hit it really well. Check it out and lets talk about midsized trucks.
Stay tuned to the end. I want your feedback on how to move forward with a live video format.
For my writeup at NewAtlas: https://newatlas.com/automotive/hyundai-santa-cruz-pickup-truck-specifications/
Long story short, the Leaf was designed to be an affordable, compact car with a lot of utility and not necessarily as an ICE vehicle replacement. The Leaf is usually a second or third car for most buyers and is used as a primary commuter or “get around town” car and not as a weekend or travel car. I explain those points in this video.
In this review, I get into the Mercedes-AMG E53 model in its coupe format. While not exactly a family car in this size, the E53 Coupe is a fun car to drive with all of the goodness associated with the Mercedes and AMG names.
In this question and answer video, I take on three questions sent to me. I normally just do one at a time, but I haven’t done a Q&A in a while, so this will help clear up the backlog.
First, I tackle the question of why turbochargers are being used in more and more vehicles. Next, I jump on why someone’s real world mileage is not equal to what the window sticker said. Finally, I wrestle with why more and more vehicles are being offered with all-wheel drive.
If you have a question, hit me up! You can ask via the comments below, via http://www.AaronOnAutos.com, or tag me on Quora with your question.
This time, I go up into the hills to talk about the Jeep Gladiator in its new diesel engine option. Coming in Firecracker Red, this is a beast of a midsized truck with all the great Jeepiness one could ask for. Here’s the skinny.