At Overland Expo Mountain West in Loveland, Colorado, GMC unveiled a new concept pickup truck based on the Canyon AT4. The OverlandX features several items from the Chevrolet Colorado Bison plus some overlanding extras like a rooftop tent, a kitchenette, and more. Very cool rig. Check it out!
In this video at the Chicago Auto Show, Aaron talks with Nathan Adlan of The Fast Lane about the all-new powertrain in the 2020 Frontier. Alongisde this new Frontier sits a 2007 model that rolled over 1,000,000 miles on its odometer as a delivery truck for a Chicago-area service. The new powertrain offers more muscle, better economy, and is the first tease of an entirely new Frontier (coming soon). How well did Nissan do? Nathan gives us his opinion and some insider insights.
Find Nathan at The Fast Lane Truck: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO-85LYfB61OP4SRAgpfncw
We talk about the new Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro and the TRD Sport sibling it shares the showroom with. Both are new renditions of the Sequoia SUV, bringing new life to the often forgotten sport ute in Toyota’s lineup. The Sequoia is highly capable and very roomy and its off-road cred is undeniable in the new TRD Pro package. Here’s our take.
A “set and forget” car is one that doesn’t require anything but seat and mirror adjustment the first time you get in. From there, everything is, by default, probably perfect. These are the most user-friendly and simplest of vehicles and are what those who aren’t necessarily automotive nutjobs (like we are) would probably prefer. We talk about pickup trucks, minivans, SUVs, and more that all fit this definition to us. Watch this episode of Drive Mode and see what we mean!
Kristin and Aaron play a game of automotive Would You Rather? Channeling our inner 10-year-old kids, we ask each other questions about bun warmers, music, and turbos. Want to play a game with us? Ask your Would You Rather? question below in the comments and you might see it in a future episode!