In this review, it’s the 2020 CT4 from Cadillac in its Premium Luxury package with beautiful leather. There are some things missing from this one, though, and Aaron isn’t so sure about the price tag and interior versus the other premium brand in General Motors’ line. Find out what that means in this video review of the CT4 sedan.
In this review, Aaron shows off the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer in its RS package. In about five minutes, you’ll find out what the Trailblazer is all about, some of its best features, and how it competes in this new and fast-growing compact segment of crossover-SUVs. Check it out!
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2020 Honda Ridgeline and explains why it’s one of the best midsize truck options on the market. Don’t overlook the Ridgeline, which has a lot going for it. Check it out.
In this review, Aaron gets into the new Blazer. Chevy made this to fit a specific market, which is fast growing today, but that market isn’t the 1990s market the Blazer of old used to aim for. For starters, this new Chevy Blazer is smaller, car-based as a crossover, and not made for off-road capability. It’s family-friendly, ergonomic, and has a turbocharged engine. Here’s the skinny and what we think of that approach.
In this year’s Rebelle Rally, media-turned-competitors Alice Chase and Nicole Walkelin have partnered with Infiniti to take a big QX80 SUV into the desert. The rally happens every year and features some of the most capable women in automotive. We talk with the Wander Women about their partnership with Infiniti, what it’s like to prepare as first-time competitors in the Rebelle, and ask Nicole whether or not she plans on handing out cupcakes window-to-window Gray Poupon style.
Talking with Nicole about cupcakes and cars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyJlYlrfj0Q
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2021 AMG GLE 53, the turbocharged sport activity vehicle from Mercedes-Benz. It’s a coupe, but not a sedan, and it’s a crossover, but not square bodied. It’s somewhere in between. It sports beautiful drive dynamics, a very luxurious interior, lots of amenities, and a unique style. What is it, exactly? Well, it’s an AMG for starters. And that’s a pretty good start.
In this review, Aaron takes a look at the Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport, the new two-row version of the big Atlas. The newest VW has a lot to offer those who don’t need three rows of seating and is still HUGE on the inside and capable on the outside. Is this the right option for your needs?