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Review: 2020 Dodge Durango SRT

Ever since getting away with the 707-horsepower Challenger Hellcat back in 2015, SRT has been stuffing big, overpowered HEMI V8 engines into whatever Chrysler would let them get away with. Clearly, during what I can only imagine was a brainstorm meeting, somebody at SRT must have said, “Sure, having a Challenger is fun and all. […]

Racing Roundup: Russell’s run backs Lewis into a corner   

Sergio Perez, who’s been given the bum’s rush and told to get lost by his employer. Racing Point F1, won Sunday’s Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain. In last place at the end of the first lap, he fought his way through the field to finish first. Esteban Ocon celebrated on the podium for the first […]

Review: 2021 Mazda CX-5 100th Anniversary Edition

When someone asks me what crossover I think is best, I quickly point to the nearest station wagon. Maybe it isn’t the most popular advice and it likely isn’t what they want to hear. A point quickly proven when their eyes glaze over as I discuss the merits of a lower centre of gravity and […]

Review: 2021 Cadillac Escalade 4WD Platinum

When the 2021 Cadillac Escalade Platinum was delivered to my home, my first reaction was ‘Oh, boy. This is one big vehicle.’ And soon followed by asking if this is really a luxury vehicle. Nothing this big, I thought, could be a luxury vehicle. Well, let’s get one thing straight right away. This fifth-generation Cadillac […]

Base Camp: 2021 Chevrolet Spark LS

The year is 2021 and, yes, you can still buy a brand-new car for a mite over $10,000 from the folks at Chevy. With many of its direct competitors either having increased in price or departed the market entirely, this is one of the least expensive ways to get that intoxicating new car smell. A […]

Review: 2021 Toyota Avalon Limited AWD

Walking up to the 2021 Toyota Avalon for the first time, I couldn’t help but wonder how much – if any – it had advanced past the point of it being a stretched and comfier Camry. This is how I had always thought of the Avalon from way back. One my Grandpa would like. Or […]