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Hyundai Accent Limited

AutoNSider Review | 2019 Hyundai Accent Limited

Sometimes I wonder about folks who drive a lot, yet have disdain for inexpensive cars. And you might ask, “Heck…if you drive a lot, wouldn’t you want the best vehicle that you could afford?: Not necessarily…and especially if most of that driving is in the city. More on that in a moment, tho’ First...
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Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye

AutoNSider Review | 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye

When is too much not enough? When is 200 MPH not quite flat out? When is $100,000 not required? When it’s Dodge…that’s when. And if you’ve been following Dodge’s 700+ HP offerings for the past few years, you’re probably wondering “Well, what are they going to do next”? Here’s your answer. And get...
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 Hyundai Santa Fe 2.0T AWD

AutoNSider Review | 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe 2.0T AWD

2019 brings a complete re-do to Hyundai’s Santa Fe. And a well-done “clean sheet of paper” it is. We tested the two-row version that used to be called the Santa Fe “Sport”. Today it’s simply called “Santa Fe”…and their three-row version is now the “XL”. Makes sense, no? But just because Hyundai...
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Mercedes AMG e53 Cabriolet

AutoNSider Review | 2019 Mercedes AMG e53 Cabriolet

Sure, you can save your points and fly first class every now and then, but what about the guy who owns his own plane? Or at least flies NetJets. What’s his life like? And how might he / she roll? Well most likely they roll in something like our test AMG e53 convertible—at least when they’re at...
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Genesis G70

AutoNSider Review | 2019 Genesis G70 2.0T Sport

Welcome to the club, Genesis. Yes…no more side door for you. You can come right on in the front door. And the valets will park your G70 right next to your German and Japanese frenemies. Genesis’ G70 is their brand new 4-door competitor to some of the world’s finest mid-sized, rear-wheel-drive,...
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2018 Nissan Kicks

AutoNSider Review| 2018 Nissan Kicks SR PT

Nissan’s funky-looking Juke is gone, The all-new Kicks is Nissan’s new baby. Four doors and a hatch. Room for 4 – 5. And a little bit of attitude. Not “Bad-Boy” attitude, mind you, but more of a “Hey—Isn’t your vehicle supposed to be at least a little bit fun” kind of attitude. Yes—in contrast to...
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BMW X4

AutoNSider Review | 2019 BMW X4 xDrive 30i

It’s OK to start a BMW review talking about the suspension, isn’t it? I ask, ‘cause “GO” is pretty much assumed with BMW, right? So, yes, it was the suspension that most impressed me about BMW’s X4. It feels as though you could climb a curb and barely feel it. BMW seems to have mastered combining...
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Hyundai Veloster

AutoNSider Review | 2019 Hyundai Veloster R-Spec Turbo

Congrats, Veloster…you’ve graduated! Yes, Hyundai has moved its Veloster up from “toy” to “Tiny Terror”. At least in R-Spec version anyhow. Well, “Terror” might be a bit of an overstatement, but in R-Spec trim, Hyundai’s Veloster has definitely joined the hot-hatch club. And what, you may ask,...
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4MATIC Wagon

AutoNSider Review | 2019 Mercedes E450 4Matic Wagon

So, you’ve already gone “over the top”. Where, then, do you find the next mountain to climb? That’s a question that all of today’s luxury vehicle engineers have to keep asking themselves. I mean, with a list price starting in the mid-$60s, and a drive-out sticker well into the $80s, so much is...
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BMW X2

AutoNSider Review | 2019 BMW X2 xDrive 28i

Is the all-new X2 the red-headed rascal of the BMW family? Well, in sunset orange metallic, it’s easy to think so. And yes, “attitude” is a big part of what BMW’s all-new X2 xDrive 28i is all about. Let’s just start with the name. BMW bills its new X2 as a sports activity “Coupe”, not as an SUV or...
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