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 […]
Hyundai’s Nexo isn’t the first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in America but it is the first H2 car that actually makes sense. It’s attractive (IMHO), does up to 380 miles on a tank and has about the same room inside as the average mid-sized gasoline crossover. Of course the “chicken and egg” problem is ever […]
Hyundai’s Elantra Sport recently lost it’s manual transmission (announced on 5/15) but that doesn’t stop it from being a fun and practical alternative to the more expensive Civic Si or Jetta GLI.
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 […]
Hyundai has had three row crossovers before, but they were nothing like the Palisade. This new crossover is the biggest and most luxurious CUV/SUV that …
In this week’s child seat review I take a look at the all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis. The Genesis has been thoroughly redesigned for the 2015 model year to elevate the brand further than the previous Genesis and more directly compete with the Mercedes E-Class, BMW 5-Series and Lexus GS. While the old model was frequently […]
Hyundai’s newest crossover is also the brand’s largest vehicle in America and arguably the most premium vehicle Hyundai has ever built. Under the hood we get a new, larger 3.8L V6 engine, an 8-speed automatic, more cargo room than before and styling that looks more concept car than production.