Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy S10 is a border-spanning custom that could very well Italy has been an auto-producing nation for almost 120 years. The country’s first series-production car, the 1899 Fiat 4HP, may have Advertisement Out of that auspicious beginning,1993 Alfa Romeo 164 S we considered was representative of the last Alfa to be sold in the U.S. before the company went on a long hiatus here. The car was appealing in the way nicely maintained Alfas are, and at $5,200 it was seen as a decent value too, earning itself a solid 70 percent Nice Price win. As most of you are probably aware, an international incident occurred at this week’s NATO Summit in London. What happened was a gaggle of leaders from other nations, led by Canada’s hunky Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, were caught dissing Donald Trump, apparently le fetch’ happen! The problem for the U.S. with being in a spat with Canada is that we’re backyard Advertisement … [Read more...] about At $5,500 Canadian, Could You Find Common Ground With This Custom 1985 Chevy S10 Pickup?
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If you put every standard-issue crossover on the market right now into a blender, you’d have a broken blender. But if you did it figuratively, you’d end up with something like the 2018 Kia Sportage SX. It’s simple, welcoming and just fancy enough to make you feel good. Just don’t expect it to be outstanding in every way. (Full disclosure: Kia had a Sportage SX dropped off at my apartment with a full tank of gas for me do use for a week. This was last year, before I was dealing with some medical issues, so that’s why it’s a 2018. Still, enjoy.) Most modern Kia reviews are obligated to start with something like “Kias are way better than they were 20 years ago.” And yeah–modern Kias are a far cry from the stapled-together soap box cars of the ’90s that seemed predestined to end up as pizza delivery beaters. That said, the original Sportage is the only early American-market Kia I have to admit I kind of miss. Looking at this … [Read more...] about The 2018 Kia Sportage SX Is a Great Daily Driver, But Gas Mileage Leaves a Lot to Be Desired
The 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe surprised us all recently with a face that went quite aggro. Given that’s the trend of all cars today, it’s not completely unexpected, I suppose. But the Santa Fe wears its new face well. And it has some features that are very nice and thoughtful. Especially in its top-tier Limited trim. (Full disclosure: We asked Hyundai to borrow a Santa Fe and it let us have this 2020 Limited 2.0T FWD version, which came with a full tank of gas.) The act of driving the Santa Fe is thoroughly unremarkable, keeping in mind that unremarkable does not mean bad. Our Limited loaner was spec’d with a 2.0-liter, turbocharged, four-cylinder that’s good for 235 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. All that’s hooked up to an eight-speed automatic. The car has just enough pickup to merge and pass safely, but it’s happiest just sitting at a constant speed and keeping the revs low. The steering is very numb and vague in the car’s comfort … [Read more...] about Five Things We Loved About The 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited
The fact that Kia is building a large seven/eight-seater SUV is about as surprising as discovering that the Twinkie you’ve just bitten into contains an interior chamber, filled with a white, sweet, creamery substance. It’s a move so safe that I’d tell it my bank card PIN, if it asked. People will buy these, because, it seems, that’s all they want to buy anymore. Happily, Kia’s jump on this particular bandwagon is a jump well executed. I can say this because not only did I take the 2020 Kia Telluride on a little road trip, but I slept in it overnight, too, because that’s how you really get to know a car. (Full disclosure: Kia lent me a 2020 Telluride with a full tank of gas for a week so I could review it. I did not need it for transportation as I already own several ridiculous cars but I used it for that anyway. They made me swear not to sleep in it or let my kid lie on the dashboard and I’m proud to have honored that promise.) Also, if a car … [Read more...] about The 2020 Kia Telluride Is a Pretty Nice SUV to Drive and Sleep In
So far this season, the Broad City writers’ room has shown off the impressive ability to weave elements of the past back into the show without ever feeling repetitive. When Broad City references the past and hits its callbacks, it does so in a way that keeps things moving along, adding something new to the world instead of just recalling it. “Game Day” is no exception. After all, we learn the origin story of all those pubes that kept Abbi very busy back in her cleaner days at Soulstice. On Broad City, no character detail or world choice seems to exist in a vacuum. Even the most random moments aren’t that random after all. Advertisement Take, for example, last week’s cold open, when Abbi and Ilana take on some very rude and aggressive children in a game of pickup basketball. I only gave it a brief shout-out in the stray observations of the review. It was a fun scene, one fueled by Abbi and Ilana’s solid teamwork and one that slipped into the more … [Read more...] about It’s “Game Over” for Ilana’s professional life on