In this review, I look at the 2021 Pacifica minivan, now with all-wheel drive. Chrysler-Dodge have been the longest on the minivan market and with the Pacifica now fully taking over for the former best-seller in the Grand Caravan, it’s worth taking a look again. The Pacifica now has AWD in most of its gas-engine trim levels plus a new infotainment that, while really great, is missing something important.
In this video, Aaron looks at the 2020 Santa Fe and talks about what bothers him about this mostly perfect hit into the family crossover ballpark. Best known for its right-sized design, the new-generation Santa Fe brings a lot of added tech and smart ergonomics as new additions.
This review, I look at the 2021 Sierra in its AT4 package. This off-road-ready package from GMC is similar to that we saw on the Canyon AT4 reviewed recently, but is more commensurate to a full-sized pickup truck. The Sierra certainly hits a lot of the marks expected of a full-sized truck and the AT4 package is a nice option for it.
In this review, Aaron looks at the all-new, 8th-generation Corvette in its Z51 package and compares it to his friend’s 1974 Corvette 454. In this C3 vs C8 comparison, we’ll notice a lot of differences and, surprisingly, a lot of similarities. These are the most powerful versions of the Corvette for their respective generations and the commonalities are a testament to the ‘Vette always being Chevrolet’s most cutting-edge car. Check it out.
Looking at the good, the not so good, and finding no ugly, I get into the 2021 GMC Canyon in its AT4 off-road package. This is a good midsized truck that’s competitive against many good options on the market. Is it work the price, though? There seems to be something missing. Let’s find out.
With a lot of changes coming for the 2021 model year, it’s a good time to look at the outgoing 2020 model and all it has to offer for those looking to buy right now. An improved engine option, some smart tech, and a lot of box-ticking basics covered, the Santa Fe is worth a look.