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Chevrolet Volt: Time to Make a Deal

The Chevrolet Volt was never a leader in sales. Since its debut in 2011 it has trailed behind the full electric Nissan Leaf and the old fashioned non-plug-in Prius. Because of this fact, there are countless 2014 and 2015 Chevrolet Volts in lots across the country; with the introduction of the 2nd Generation 2016s, the time is ripe to make a deal. The Chevy’s affordable plug-in Hybrid, is arguably

Changes to the Honda Civic

Traditionally, Honda Civics are known for versatility. In the 90s the goal may have been decking one out to the max, until it either pushed out 600 horsepower, or fell to pieces. In the new millennium, it meant that you could put anything into the tank to serve your function. You could use CNG, Diesel, hybrid technology, pure adrenaline or plain gasoline to propel the engine. Most of those changes

Avoiding Death in a Mazda6

After teaching my friend to drive standard yesterday, I tested out his car. Jonathan drives a 2014 Mazda6. Currently it is ranked as the best family sedan in its market. In fact, I have actually been trying to get my hands on the 2016, because it is the first year that the 6 is available with a standard transmission. However, the trip I had in the 2014 Mazda6 had a more of a focus on avoiding deat

Sports Injected Honda Civic?

For many years now the words Civic Si have inspired awe. Not because the car is super fancy or ridiculously fast, but because it was usually indicative of a smart gear head. It was considered to be a sports car, injected with more livability than even the base Honda Civic, which by the way is a fantastic car. Allow me to reiterate, objectively speaking, the Si is a spectacular car. To find anythi

Mazda Miata: Is it a Sports Car?

The Mazda Miata has been around for years. It is small, accurate two-seater, with a proven sales record. In fact, it is the highest selling ‘sports car’ in history, selling over 900,000 units. Do not get me wrong, it is a great little car. A light little convertible with rear wheel drive, and barely enough power to get the back-end out. That (in theory), is all a sports car needs. However, I propo

A Chevrolet Camaro After 3 Years

In honor of the unveiling of the Sixth Generation Chevrolet Camaro over the last weekend, I decided to give the fifth Generation a proper goodbye. I drove the top of line SS a few days back and the article on that one is here, but before we get into that almost masterpiece it is necessary to test the middle child of the fifth generation. I drove a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro after 3 years of life being

Chevy’s Futuristic Concept Car Will Make You Want a Time Machine ASAP

We all recognize the iconic DeLorean DMC-12 featured in the Back to the Future series. In retrospect, it wasn’t the slickest-looking vehicle, but who wouldn’t love to tool around in a sports car that can travel backwards and forwards in time? While auto manufacturers haven’t yet invented a non-gas powered time machine, Chevrolet has come up with the next best thing with its FNR c