In this review, Aaron looks at the new 2021 GMC Canyon in its AT4 off-road package. It’s an impressive rig with a lot of good going for it, but the sticker shock is a little much given the equipment included. Find out more in about 6 minutes and change.
Having both driven the new mid-engined C8 Corvetted, we talk about what it’s like, what we do and don’t enjoy about the car, and how it ties in with the Corvette’s heritage and Chevrolet’s future. This special episode is all about the ‘Vette and our clear love for the car throughout its storied history.
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.
The Tahoe 3-row SUV has been totally redesigned for 2021 and now features more technology, a more spacious, usable interior, and lots of goodness. The Z71 package adds some credible off-road upgrades for the Tahoe as well. Here’s Aaron’s take on this all-new Chevrolet Tahoe.
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.
In this special episode, we talk with automotive journalist Benjamin Hunting, who appears regularly in many well-known publications, about automotive safety technologies. Specially “semi-autonomous” tech and the impact it’s having on driving habits. Hunting wrote a great article, referenced herein, about this subject for Inside Hook (https://www.insidehook.com/article/vehicles/semi-autonomous-safety-technology-breeding-bad-drivers).
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about friends who are looking to replace their Ford Flex models. On Kristin’s side, her friend still needs a family vehicle and wants to keep the versatility of a crossover, but has some specific requirements that we discuss. On Aaron’s side, his friend is downsizing vehicles and looking to go into the luxury realm for a replacement. Got questions? Ask us! Leave a comment below, find us on Facebook, Twitter, etc., or hit up our website and let us know your thoughts.
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2020 Nissan Titan XD. This truck has seen a lot of improvement, making it much more competitive in today’s pickup truck market. The XD has dropped its big Cummins diesel engine, but now offers more ergonomics, gearing, and smarter design than it’s had before. Check out this heavy-duty half-ton truck.
In this special episode, we talk about the annual Texas Truck Rodeo put on by the Texas Auto Writers Association. Kristin walks us through what she saw, what she learned, and the types of capabilities and comparisons that are tested at this event.
Kristin’s review of the Durango SRT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYpMpVco370
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t1C2ldyafo
Interview with Nicole and Alice pre-Rebelle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIbFlG7G4a4
Interview with Alice and Nicole, Rebelles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Szw3oonSd-Y
Following up on our pre-rally interview with Alice Chase and Nicole Wakelin, we find out what it was like to be a part of the Rebelle Rally, what it was like to take a luxury SUV like the Infiniti QX80 into the desert, and why sand seems to get everywhere and even tight underwear is no defense. Many questions answered from these first-timer Rebelles!
See our pre-rally interview here.