What Your First Car Says – About Your Personality.

Did you just get a brand new car – and is it your first car? Well, if it is – I am so sure that you are already head over heels for your car. Did you know – that your car reveals a lot about your personality. It varies from color to size for example: the color red is for the young and who’d like speed in...

Honda CR-V EX FWD Review

    Most of the automakers have pretty much moved on from the production of Baja 1000–ready SUVs. It is not that there is no romance left in the adventure of crashing over boulders at high speed and getting caked in the dust of desert competition. It is just that modern car-based crossover SUVs...

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Review

  If not the Energy Independence and Security Act is repealed, 50-mpg cars will be thick on the street in almost a decade. If you find this notion not that happening, take a comfortable place in the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat’s ability to binge-drink premium fuel. Tread heavily the throttle as if you...

Keep Calm Drive On

If the summer heat drives you to distraction, the last thing you need is a malfunctioning air conditioning (A/C) system when you are on the road. It will surely drive you crazy. Checking your vehicle’s A/C periodically or at least annually will help you keep your cool when temperatures soar high. Getting...

Car Warning Lights – Part II

This is the Second part in the two part series of “Car warning Lights” Brake warning light 1 Most cars nowadays have a brake warning light on the dash. Its purpose is to alert you that something is wrong in the braking system somewhere. If it comes on, check your owner’s manual to find out...

Car Warning Lights – Part I

Let’s consider a few of the warning lights of the car   The check engine light. Every new car now comes with OBD-II – On Board Diagnostics 2. This is a fault-registering system connected to sensors all over the car, engine, fuel and emissions system. When the check engine light comes on, it...

2015 Volvo V60 Cross Country Review

  We, at our organisation,  like our wagons low, stylish, and fast, so when Volvo showed its low, stylish, and (in some forms) fast V60 wagon in tall, pseudo-crossover Cross Country form, not all of us were completely stoked. Does the world need another crossover-y thing, or perhaps more cynically, do...

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