About Victory & ResedaVictory & Reseda is a blog telling the story of the automobile through the eyes of freelance automotive writer Randy Stern and friends. This blog serves as a virtual intersection of the automobile, its culture, the past, present and future of personal transportation.
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TweetIf you’re savvy enough, you might be able to one day get that gridlock traffic out of your way with a few keystrokes. The U.S. Department of Transportation, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and 18 automakers signed an agreement … Continue reading
TweetA Victory & Reseda review of the 2015 Ford F-150 The answer is 780,354. If we were playing “Jeopardy,” the question would be “How many Ford F-Series trucks were sold in 2015?” But, how many people would have gotten it? … Continue reading
TweetWhat about Buick now? When we discuss Buick, we often think of how successful it has become in China, while it inches its way back to the North American consciousness. We are seeing a return to design, performance and interest … Continue reading
Tweet“…and Then There Were Three.” “Three Sides Live.” “Turn It On!” “Invisible Touch?” How many Genesis puns should I use ahead of the new use for the band’s name? Actually, this is an old joke. Yet, some people may think … Continue reading
Tweet Progress is a good thing. This year, I experienced progress and growth as an automotive writer/journalist/blogger. Though traffic is down on Victory & Reseda from last year’s phenomenal year, the real growth came with making inroads with the car … Continue reading
Tweet Chevrolet was trying to “Find New Roads.” It lead them to the Twin Cities. To promote the coming of several new models for the 2016 model year, Chevrolet put on a road trip to feature their biggest introduction as … Continue reading
Tweet “So, Randy, what is your take on the whole Volkswagen crisis?” Seems to be that everyone thinks I have the answer to what was happening at Volkswagen AG, let alone Volkswagen of America. It is a hot subject due … Continue reading
Tweet It has been three years since my first event as a member of the Midwest Automotive Media Association. It is a membership I take seriously, as it has connected me with the region’s best automotive media people, as well … Continue reading
Tweet Honestly, I am not a fan of electric cars. Nor do I find pleasure driving hybrids, either. I have to experience both kinds of vehicles because it is my job. I am also not a fan of Tesla Motors … Continue reading