In this review, I go right into the adept little 2019 Mazda3. In its hatchback format with available all-wheel drive, it’s a contender against many compact crossovers and remains fun to drive. Mazda has always done well with the 3 and this new generation of the car continues that tradition.
Video dedicated to the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund: https://diocancerfund.org/
See my interior review of the 2019 Mazda3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4r3X1mxzg
See the Mazda3’s worthy competitor, the Kia Forte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eRZkh10hV0
In this question, Mary wants to know why General Motors and Volkswagen are suddenly going all-in on electric vehicles. I explain that, including some market-wide information that looks at Toyota, Ford, and others to give context. A great question!
A new owner of a Buick Envision asks about some details with blind spot management, lane keeping assist, and other things. I do my best to answer, largely from memory, referencing my review of the Envision earlier this year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ka4nB4lfLY
A fan asked me a question about recent statements made by Ford’s COO regarding autonomous vehicles. Ford says that autonomous vehicles will likely only have a four-year lifespan. Why would they say that?! I got answers.
In this shaky cam interior review, I get into the 2020 Jeep Gladiator in its Rubicon package. Check out the awesomeness that is this truck. A few qoibles are pointed out and I wax eloquent about the ratchet now included as part of the tool kit.
See a first impression review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-LAfA0yHPI
And here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNBYfk1VlJU
Check out Stop Soldier Suicide here: https://stopsoldiersuicide.org/
And stay tuned for a full review, with off-road footage and kids going nuts over the doors being off. Coming soon!
In this Q&A session, I’m asked about Tesla’s open patents and why other automotive companies haven’t taken Musk & Co up on the deal. For background, Tesla announced a few years ago that the company was going to “open source” its patents and allow other automakers to use them “in good faith.” There’s a catch. A big one. That’s why no one has jumped on board. http://www.AaronOnAutos.com