Auto News & Reviews

  • 17 Feb 2017 1:17 PM | Mary Welch


    The Ford Explorer was one of the first and most popular SUVs and, with the updates done in 2016 and some more for the 2017 edition, the Explorer has regained its crown as the SUV that delivers high-tech features, quality, plenty of passenger space and an excellent value. In short, a great family vehicle.

    We drove the Platinum Explorer four-wheel drive the clocks in at about $55,000, which on the face of it seems a lot for a Ford. But you get a lot of bang for the buck. Among the standard equipment are heated front and second row seats, adaptive cruise control, dual-panel moonroof,500-watt Audio System from Sony and SYNC responsive voice-activate technology.

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  • 07 Feb 2017 1:07 PM | Greg Morrison

    There is another offering in the mid size luxury sedan class. Volvo has stepped up with the S90 and Bumper2Bumpertv has a first look at the sedan.

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  • 07 Feb 2017 1:05 PM | Greg Morrison

    The SLC has occupied a legendary place in the Mercedes lineup for several years. Bumper2Bumpertv has a look at how it works and drives with new technology

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  • 07 Feb 2017 8:31 AM | David Lardner

    I spent a couple of weeks driving two sub-compacts measuring room, comfort, and general driveability. See how they measured up.

  • 20 Jan 2017 1:21 PM | Christopher Lawrence

    Need the capability of a pickup, but don't want to drive a pickup truck everyday? Then watch as AutoAcademics shows why this 2017 Honda Ridgeline RTL-E is more than enough.

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  • 15 Jan 2017 5:47 PM | Greg Morrison

     The annual round of major auto shows around the world has begun in Detroit. Bumper2Bumpertv has a look at some of the offerings at the North American International Auto Show for 2017.

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  • 15 Jan 2017 5:45 PM | Greg Morrison

     The Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas might be dubbed the "Car Electronics Show" these days as automakers show off the latest in technology. Bumper2Bumpertv takes a look at some of the offerings in the 2017 show.

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  • 15 Jan 2017 5:43 PM | Greg Morrison

     The Genesis division of Hyundai is now a stand alone brand playing in the luxury segment, Bumper2Bumpertv has a look at one of its first offerings strong and weak points.

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  • 29 Dec 2016 3:23 PM | Mary Welch

    Mazda CX-5 delivers high-end performance

    Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2016 9:33 pm

    By Mary Welch | 0 comments

    Mazda is an intriguing brand. It is solidly in the middle market but its approach is much more of a high-end, high performance car. Mazda’s mantra is that driving matters and that a person should celebrate the drive, not just go from Point A to Point B. Every car, the company says, should be both beautiful and functional. The company even talks about bringing people “joy” with a responsive drive that makes people feel connected.

    And, wouldn’t you know. They did it!

    The Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring front wheel drive is a perfect example. With a starting price around $29,000, the SUV delivers on Mazda promise of fun and performance. The car drives so sharply and nimbly and with so much zest that one truly forgets you’re in a SUV. It handles like a sports car and takes the corners like a pro. It is a blast to drive, something that drivers taking a turn in one of its competitors probably wouldn’t say. The Grand Touring crossover that we drove had front wheel drive, although all-wheel drive is available.

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