The Magnificent Recharging Volvo

Recharge is moniker applied to all electrified Volvo models. Whether it is the battery-electric XC40 or the T8 powered SUVs and sedans, Recharge refers to an action that should be taken by its owners than a reflection of the necessary path Volvo put themselves in to.

The Three-Row Hellcat

Since 2014, one singular V8 engine has launched many ships onto the roads of the world. A V8 engine with a supercharger attached that broke the internet, many hearts, and wallets.

The #VOTY2020 Victory Lap

The big difference lies underneath its clamshell hood. The engine I’m about to talk is rather controversial. Some have called it sacrilege.

My Thoughts Exactly: 2021 Mazda CX-30 Turbo

Two things have happened since my first review of the CX-30. One, Mazda announced that North American customers will no longer get the smaller CX-3 for the 2022 model year. That now makes the CX-30 the smallest SUV in the lineup. The other bit of news is the addition of the powerful Skyactiv 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine to the CX-30 lineup.

My Thoughts Exactly: 2021 Kia Sorento Hybrid

I would say that their latest design language is the draw for the brand, but there’s more to that. It is all about execution – an overused word that describes how well they have successfully launched each new vehicle onto the marketplace.

My Thoughts Exactly: 2022 Hyundai Tucson

Let’s face it, every new vehicle that goes through its debut phase is important to the bottom line and reputation of their respective brand and manufacturer. By introducing a new model that will be positioned for a specific segment, they are betting everything on it.

My Thoughts Exactly: 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe

This time around, Hyundai infused a lot of design elements from its larger three-row cousin, the Palisade, into the Santa Fe. The result is something different, but actually the same.

The Pinnacle of The Minivan

Luxury is what the Chrysler brand has always been known for. Go back in history when the vision of Chrysler was attainable luxury and prestige. For example, the Imperial was badged as a Chrysler until 1955. That car was understated in the way it presents itself to wealthy clientele. It also instilled a sense of luxury that guides the Chrysler brand today.