Aaron is an automotive journalist accredited by both the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press (RMAP) and the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA). Aaron writes for outlets near and far as freelance.
AaronOnAutos is a revolving portfolio of his work.
The Toyota Tundra is the full-sized pickup that just keeps on going. Introduced in 2007 in its current generation, the Tundra has seen a fair amount of change in 14 years, but still remains the basic truck that it was upon its unveiling. More recently, however, Toyota gave the Tundra …
The Nissan Rogue has been completely revamped for 2021, with a new look and top-end trim level. It has been Nissan’s top-selling vehicle in North America for a few years, beating out the Altima amid declining sedan sales … and the automaker is hinging hopes on it, going forward. Read …
In this review, I look at the new Kia K5, which replaces the Optima in Kia’s lineup. The K5 is a midsized sedan with a great look, but it isn’t a sports sedan. It’s a fuel-efficient vehicle that gets you there in style.
See my full interior walkthrough here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7_w1RmD328
Ford has unveiled new performance models for the Mustang Mach-E electric crossover. These models include “Unbridled Extend,” adding track readiness to the electric Mustang, and boosted performance numbers via motor upgrades. Read more about them on New Atlas.
The 2021 Buick Envision is new for this year, seeing several updates from the previous generation of the compact crossover. Here, Aaron gives a quick rundown of features, his impressions of the little Envision, and his t-shirt warns you about dragons and ketchup. See the full review at CarNewsCafe.com.
Someone asked me why Hyundai, which has several cars and SUVs on the American market, doesn’t have a pickup truck. That is true of several manufacturers, in fact, and there’s a couple of good reasons for it. I also mention that Hyundai does actually have a truck coming soon. But not like you’re probably thinking.
Dodge seems intent on shoving horsepower into everything possible. The company’s potent 6.2-liter supercharged V8 and its Hellcat moniker are becoming synonymous with “ludicrous muscle.” Now you can take the whole family along for your drag strip sprints with the 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat. Read more at NewAtlas.com.