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2014 BMW 435i Convertible Tech Tidbits

In this all-new segment I explore the random features, options, designs and engineering in the BMW 435i. If you like this sort of segment, let me know what you think in the comment section.

2015 Challenger, Chrysler Start Stop and EV/Hybrid battery lifetimes

This week on Alex on Autos Weekly I’m talking about the refreshed and bat-shit-crazy 600+ horsepower 2015 Dodge Challenger, some mild hybrid technology coming to a Chrysler 200 sedan near you and I answer viewer questions about EV and hybrid vehicle batteries and their operation in extreme temperatures.

2018 Acura Traffic Jam Assist

For the 2018 model year Acura has tweaked their active lane keeping systems and adaptive cruise control into a system designed to help make slow-and-go or stop-and-go traffic less stressful. This is still a “hands on” assist style system but it does shoe the brand’s march towards more autonomous systems in the future.

2018 Compact Crossover Off Road Comparison

Thanks to an event called the Trail Trek Tour I had the opportunity to test a variety of every-day crossovers on some back-country trails in Virginia. The results were about as I expected but there were a few crossovers that did better than I thought. Why no Subaru? Why no Rogue? Why no X? The […]

2019 RAM 1500 – Deep dive into RAM’s stronger and lighter frame

No all-new pickup truck would be complete without an all-new frame. In this video we dive under the skin and look at the frame, suspension components and talk about the new 2019 RAM 1500.

3-Cylinder, 4-Cylinder and 5-Cylinder engines explained. Why cylinder counts matter

3-Cylinder, 4-Cylinder and 5-Cylinder engines explained. Why cylinder counts matter

A List – The Best Cars and SUVs of 2018 & 2019

Let’s take a moment to talk about the best cars, crossovers and SUVs I drove in 2018 and what you should be on the lookout for in 2019.

Alex Gets A New Car! Meet Our New Long Term Crossover!

With the lease on our 2016 Soul EV coming to an end it was time to find a suitable replacement. I really wanted to keep the Model 3 but the trunk is just a little too small (I’d take a Model Y if I’m honest) so we decided to go in a different direction and […]