In this review, Aaron stands with the huge and capable Silverado 2500. This HD pickup truck has a huge displacement gasoline engine, lots of useful tools and bits, and a generally well-done design. Yes, fuel economy is a thing and some people can’t see past the huge grille. But this is a truck for gettin the job done.
It’s a Jeep. It’s a pickup truck. It has a diesel engine. So basically, in Aaron’s mind, this rig has just about everything. Here’s his honkadoodleawesome (mostly biased) look at the Gladiator Rubicon Diesel.
In this video, we look at the all-new Nissan Rogue. It’s been greatly improved to add more space, a smaller footprint, and better ergonomics overall. We have a couple of “not so great” points, but overall, this is a very well-executed crossover from Nissan.
See Aaron’s interview-style review with Kristin about the new Rogue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxrU8NxsZhI
In this episode, Kristin asks Aaron about the all-new, fully redesigned Rogue and what he thinks of it. Aaron talks about the Nissan Rogue and how it changed the game before and continues to change things for the better now. This is Nissan’s best-selling vehicle and they definitely had to bring an A-game to it.
Watch for Aaron’s full review of the Rogue coming soon.
While controversial on its launch, the Ford Mustang Mach-E has proven itself to be a winner to most of those who’ve driven it. In this video, we talk about the new electric crossover from Ford and about Kristin’s impressions and daily use of it for a week. Aaron tries not to ramble on about things too much too. It’s refreshing.
In this episode, we talk about the new turbocharged engine found in the Mazda3 sedan and hatchback as well as the CX-30. Both labeled “Turbo” models to designate their engine choice, these vehicles greatly benefit from the added power and low-end torque given by the turbocharged addition. Here’s our thoughts on both.
For a full review of the Mazda3 Turbo: https://drivemodeshow.com/2021/03/03/the-2021-mazda3-bring-on-the-turbo/
For a full review of the CX-30: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZYdjmo76gs
Talking semi-autonomous safety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60s7_sa45gY
In this review, Aaron gets into the 700+-horsepower pickup truck from Ram Truck. The Ram 1500 TRX, also called the T-Rex, is crazy to think about on paper and even more nuts in person. Here’s what Aaron spent his time in the truck doing. And what he thinks of it.
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2021 Toyota Tundra pickup truck, which competes in the full-sized truck category. The Tundra is most well-known for its everyday work-ability and general goodness. It’s also often touted as the most reliable of the trucks on the market. Here’s what Aaron thinks.
Aaron loses all objectivity in this review of the 2021 Durango SRT Hellcat. It’s pure awesomeness and probably the greatest family vehicle ever designed, up there with the Pontiac GTO Wagon and other hallmarks of muscle car multi-seaters.
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about the traditional crossover-SUVs in the Toyota lineup. Namely the Highlander and the RAV4, especially in the new hybrid variants. Toyota has done a lot to improve these family haulers and we discuss what’s changed, how the electrification has gone with the RAV4 Hybrid, RAV4 Prime, and the Highlander Hybrid, and more.
Join us for this look at Toyota family machines.