Commentary: When Life Serves You a Turkey

On some interesting levels, it has become one of my favorite holidays. Not because of the food, which is what some folks would respond accordingly. Or, the annual football games in Detroit and Arlington, Texas. Or, the futile attempt at getting over the river and through the woods to your family's house for your annual gathering.

Los Angeles 2019: Wished I Was There

Hypothetically, would I have been effective while working the L.A. Auto Show delivering content even with my old high school enjoying one of its best football seasons this century and that a significant scion of our community will be memorialized?

The Return of The EcoDiesel…and Then Some

For the record, these trucks are no longer called "Dodge." Since 2009, Ram Trucks had to deal with customers who still had no clue that not only this is a stand-alone brand focused on pickup trucks and other commercial vehicles for FCA's North American markets. Then again, they don't read the industry trade publications that have tracked Ram's successes in pickup truck sales against its Ford and General Motors rivals.

Historiography: The Fine Car Era

For starters, your definition may be different than the next person's. Luxury is subjective to the beholder. How you define it depends on your expectations of what luxury means to you. Also, how luxury feels to you.

Quickies: The Measure of a Luxury SUV

Perhaps that is where the measurement of luxury comes from – the top of the range. If I put every S-Class, SL, and AMG GT on a pedestal, then that should be the confirmation of Mercedes-Benz's level of luxury excellence that the brand has been known for since before World War II.

#VOTY19 – The Long List!

We told you that #VOTYiscoming. It is now here! Today is the today we present the Long List for the 2019 Victory & Reseda Vehicle of The Year Award!

Commentary: The Stage is Set For a Truck Summit in Minneapolis

Thanks to your patronage, the local economy experiences an annual economic impact of $19 Million. Over 41 percent of that figure goes into activities outside of the Minneapolis Convention Center – dining, staying overnight at a nearby hotel, attending a Timberwolves game at Target Center, visiting the Walker Art Museum, buying toiletries you forget to pack at the downtown Target, and so forth.