In this review, we look at the all-new Hyundai Venue, a subcompact crossover that fits just underneath the Kona as an entry-level option for the segment. Aaron finds himself impressed with the car, given what it is, though it does have a few flaws to think about. Here’s the rundown.
In this review, Aaron gets into the Honda CR-V which was reintroduced with a Hybrid option for 2020. He talks about what’s different, why the hybrid might be a better option, and the good and bad with that choice. Nevermind that sleek gray color it comes with.
After a week in the all-new Mazda CX-30, Aaron still likes this stereo on wheels. Beyond the audio system, though, the CX-30 hits all the right marks as a compact crossover. There are a few things that could improve, but there are a lot of things that are really spot on. Here’s what Aaron thinks.
Check out the audio system in full here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVBOKFsEtSM&feature=emb_title
Find out what two country boys thought as their first impression of the CX-30 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqKlQTM5Mac
In this Skype conversation, Kristin and Aaron talk about the all-new Ford F-150. Why did Ford change its best-selling truck so soon? What’s game changing about it? What new features are added for this new-gen F-150?
Answers to those questions and more in this episode of Drive Mode Show.
Nissan made a lot of changes to the Titan for the 2020 model year. These changes fixed a lot of the beefs we’ve had with the big Titan in the past and make this a more competitive full-sized pickup truck option.
Aaron’s calling it the Jeep Wrangler SRT. Jeep unveiled this concept just ahead of Ford’s unveiling of the all-new Bronco. Kristin loves the idea behind this 450-horsepower Wrangler Rubicon. Will this muscular Wrangler go to production? We think so.