2021 Toyota Venza Review & Test Drive

For many years, I’ve referred to Toyota as a methodical giant as they make calculated moves in making some of the most reliable vehicles around and happen to be one of the largest automakers in the world. Moreover, Toyota has pioneered the hybrid vehicle and recently rolled out yet another iteration of a hybrid but […]

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Six Tips for Looking After Your High-Performance Car

So you’ve got hold of your dream machine, now you need to take good care of it. You’ve probably spent a heap of cash on this automobile—you will have chosen it both for its appearance and what’s under the hood and you don’t want any of that deteriorating any time soon. To keep your high-performance […]

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2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Review & Test Drive

There was a time many years ago, just after Dodge introduced the Challenger and Charger Hellcats, that I joked around about the brand putting the 700-plus horsepower Hellcat engine in other vehicles in the brand’s arsenal. Sure, such a joke was laughable at that time but now we’re in an era where Stellantis (Formally FCA) […]

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2021 Lexus GX 460 Premium Review & Test Drive

There’s a select group of people who like to keep things simple when it comes to their transportation and they often are attracted to vehicles that have older proven tech instead of the sometimes-buggy interfaces of gigantic 12-plus-inch touch screens and the complexities of hybrid drivetrains. Lexus happens to give such people a return of […]

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5 Things To Do After A Car Accident

In 2019, there was an average of approximately 6 million car accidents in the United States. These motor-vehicle accidents accounted for 4.5 million medically consulted injuries. No matter how careful of a driver you are, you may still, unfortunately, find yourself in this difficult and scary situation. Remember to remain calm. Car accidents happen. What […]

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2021 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium Review & Test Drive

The fourth-generation Toyota Supra is one of those vehicles that will have a special place in automotive enthusiast’s hearts for a long time. I know I have long loved what Toyota was able to accomplish in creating a sports car staple in the previous generation Supra, a vehicle that seems to always escape me for […]

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I Got a Dui. How Do I Get My License Back?

If you have been convicted of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you have undoubtedly had to pay fines and attend classes. You have probably had your license suspended as well. The amount of time it will take to get your license back will depend on the number of offenses you have had […]

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Ford Puma ST-Line

ON PAPER, small SUVs look to be a hard sell; they’re usually several thousand dollars (at least) dearer than their hatch alternatives while not offering all that much more space and in theory at least, inferior dynamics. And yet the segment continues to boom with an ever-growing number of brands jumping on the bandwagon of […]

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BMW 3 Series M3 Competition

FOR the last three decades, one of the most exciting performance-car battles has been fought in the premium mid-sized sedan segment, primarily between the three German rivals – Mercedes-AMG with its C-Class, Audi with the RS4, and BMW’s legendary M3. First released globally in 1986, the sixth-generation M3 – along with its M4 coupe sibling […]

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Peugeot 3008

IF YOU’RE running an automotive company, there’s much to be said for noticeably refreshing and improving the look of a car without changing much of what’s underneath. Just ask Mitsubishi. But what if said vehicle (or, in this case, vehicles) already drove extremely well and didn’t really warrant much in the way of hardware improvements? […]

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Hyundai NEXO

IF YOU’VE been busting to know what driving a hydrogen vehicle is like, we’ll skip to the chase – surprisingly normal. In an era where most of us are now familiar with how electrification works in a passenger vehicle – even if it’s only that first moment of movement in a Camry Hybrid taxi – […]

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Mazda MX-30

MAZDA has long been a strong performer in the compact SUV space, with a long track record of success thanks to its CX-3 crossover, and more recently the slightly larger CX-30. However the Japanese brand believes there is room for another small SUV entrant, the off-beat MX-30, which by mid-year will herald the arrival of […]

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Mini Countryman JCW

IT IS no coincidence that the truly pint-sized models of days gone by are seen less and less frequently, as safety regulations and buyer requirements have seen most cars grow in size to the point where brands like Mini can hardly match their name. The most obvious example of that is the Countryman – Mini’s […]

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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV GSR

GSR is a nameplate synonymous with sporty Mitsubishis and now for the 2021 model year, it’s been stuck on the back of an Outlander PHEV, right as the current-generation family hauler enters what will likely be its last year on the market. In this instance, the GSR badge denotes the addition of inverted Bilstein suspension […]

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Toyota Yaris GR Rallye

Toyota Yaris GR Rallye Reviews | Overview | GoAuto Make / Model Search GO Quick Test Car reviews – Toyota – Yaris – GR Rallye Toyota models Research Toyota Overview Toyota turns up the wick on potent GR Yaris hot hatch with more focused Rallye All car reviews Quick Test Click to share GoAuto can […]

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Mazda BT-50 XTR 4×4 Dual Cab

Quick Test Car reviews – Mazda – BT-50 – XTR 4×4 Dual Cab Mazda models Research Mazda Overview Mazda’s new D-Max-based BT-50 goes after HiLux and Ranger with a vengeance All car reviews Quick Test Click to share GoAuto can help you buy a new BT-50 Customer Terms and Conditions – New Car Lead enquires […]

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Nissan Leaf e+

IT WAS nearly 10 years ago – June 2012 – that Nissan first introduced its Leaf all-electric hatchback on Australian shores, kicking off the local EV journey for the Japanese car-maker. Now in its second generation, the Leaf range has expanded to two variants this month with the arrival of the e+ – a more […]

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As EV Sales Continue To Rise, Tesla Remains Far Ahead Of Rivals

This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to publish these articles. We find the company’s perspective as an aftermarket supplier of Tesla accessories interesting and are happy to share its content free […]

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Report: Tesla Demand Massive In Q2, Sold Out For The Quarter

According to a recent report by Electrek, Tesla has experienced such strong demand for its vehicles thus far this quarter – Q2 2021 – that the brand’s production capacity for the quarter is already sold out. However, it’s important to note that this report comes from those infamous “sources familiar with the matter.” Tesla CEO Elon Musk […]

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Ford Starts Mustang Mach-E Deliveries In Norway

Ford has begun customer deliveries of the all-electric Mustang Mach-E in Norway, which usually is one of the first European markets for new BEV models. It’s been quite some time since the first demo units arrived in late 2020, but overall it was a really low number of cars (under 100 new registrations year-to-date). As […]

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Rumor: Hyundai To Launch Ioniq 6 Next Year

According to South Korean media, Hyundai Motor Group is accelerating the work on its E-GMP-based electric cars, out of which the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is the first. It’s expected that next year the company will introduce the Hyundai Ioniq 6, which will be an all-electric sedan (see an example render), based on the Hyundai Prophecy […]

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ABCs Of EVs: C For CHAdeMO

In this episode of ABS of EVs, we dive into the CHAdeMO charging standard. Today we’re profiling one side of a battle raging in the background. You don’t hear about it, but you see it all the time. Yes, we’re talking about CHAdeMO…one of the several biggest charging standards in the world.  While we all stand around the coffee machine at work […]

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LG Chem launches carbon nanotube plant in Korea

LG Chem has launched what it says is the largest carbon nanotube (CNT) plant in Korea. The company is targeting the growing market for CNT, often used as a cathode material for EV batteries. CNT has the same level of electrical and thermal conductivity as copper and diamond, and 100 times the strength of steel.  […]

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