This is the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander in its plug-in hybrid format (PHEV). A great vehicle all around, the Outlander PHEV still struggles on an important point. Plus there’s no third row option for the plug-in. But it shines where Mitsubishi has always shined: in its engineering.
See the interior walkthrough here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUy2wEewiCQ
In this review, I look at the 2020 Land Rover Discovery in its HSE package with the supercharged gasoline engine. This is a seriously great rig with a lot of comfort, luxury, and undeniable off-road capability. I talk about the Rover versus the competition from Jeep and Toyota for that and the beauty of a luxury off-road capable rig like this.
In this walkthrough, I get into the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. As the only plug-in hybrid minivan in the U.S. market, the Pacifica Hybrid is unique and very well done. One of the best minivans on the market right now.
Note: The video (and title) continuously refers to the van as a 2020 model. Technically, it is a 2019, but there are no changes between this version and the 2020 model and price structure remains constant.
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In this review, I’m in the 2020 Polaris Slingshot, a really awesome 3-wheeled motorcycle that drives like a car. It’s got 205 horsepower and weighs less than your average subcompact car. It’s fast, it’s fun, and it’s easy to operate. What more could you ask for?
See an interior walkthrough here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIG9r7lK7hs
In this question answered, Jacob asks about autonomous vehicles. Specifically, when are they going to become prevalent and how will that affect things?
The gist of it is: fully self-driving vehicles are coming later than sooner and they won’t be a huge part of the driving population on the road for another generation. We’ll have plenty of time to adjust.
A thorough look at the new 2020 Sierra 3500 in its Denali package. This truck has a lot of goodness about it. There are a few details to know, though, including where the trailering and 4×4 controls are located and some of the switches for the added extras with the diesel engine. Check it out!