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  1. I'm looking to buy a larger sized SUV (6+ pass). Based on what I'm reading online it seems that the Toyota Highlander is considered the most reliable and longer lasting SUV. I won't be putting on many miles on the vehicle. My most recent car was a Chevy Cruze, and over the course of 2 years I put on a total of 13K miles with 60-70% of it was long distance miles. I'm not really good at this and my head is spinning from all the options. Should I buy a fairly-new used car with low miles and sell it 5 years or rather an older car with higher miles since I won't use it that much anyway? My goal is lowest cost of ownership for the newest possible vehicle.
  2. Smarter technologies in the 2020 GMC Acadia, including a new available turbo engine and the latest GMC infotainment system, along with a fresh look, offer greater versatility for customers on the go. The lineup includes SLE, SLT, an all-new AT4 trim and GMC's flagship Denali, with available seating arrangements for five, six or seven passengers, depending on the model.
  3. SPEEDYAUTOTRANS.COM AUTO / EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT SERVICE SPECIALIZED IN SHIPPING: CARS, SUVS, VANS, SMALL/HEAVY EQUIPMENT, MOTORCYCLES, ATVS, ALL SIZED TRUCKS, TRACTORS, DOZERS, BOBCATS +MORE! When you choose Speedy Auto Trans you’re working with one of the best transport families in the business. With years of logistics experience, our family understands what is needed to make the shipping process fast & easy! We take pride in our national list of carrier partners. All of our vetted independent truck drivers are licensed with the Department of Transportation(DOT), meet all requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration(FMCSA), and each holds insurance policy minimums of at least $1,000,000. They are here to help coordinate the exact type of service you need. Customer satisfaction is our top priority. Our team of professional dispatchers are always ready to answer all questions you may have and guide you throughout entire process. Your shipments are in good hands with us! IF YOU EVER NEED TRANPORT ASSISTANCE PLEASE REACH OUT, WE ARE HERE TO HELP! speedyautotrans.com Live Chat: m.me/speedyautotrans Ph: 786-604-0433
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  5. Kia has officially told us that the ALL NEW KIA SORENTO will be released here in Korea on this March. This New Kia Sorento will be the all new 4th Generation (MQ4) Kia Sorento that will be build from the ground up. Is it Kia Telluride’s brother? Let’s find out! #allnewKiaSorento #kiaSorento #kiaSUV https://youtu.be/bbzT9tDhG2E motor1 article https://www.motor1.com/news/396544/kia-sorento-spy-shots/ Follow Me! YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwJgdjQ159zJ5rPhQcOU9GQ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/asianpetrolhead Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/asian_petrolhead/
  6. GM Korea launched the all new Chevrolet Trailblazer here in Korea on the 17th of Jan. So, we got the all new Chevy Trailblazer with us today. This is a subcompact SUV is actually both designed and manufactured here in Korea. So, let’s drive the all new Chevrolet Trailblazer and see how she does. #chevroletTrailblazer #chevrolet #trailblazer https://youtu.be/yjg8haoYkdg
  7. Let’s go for semi off-roading with Kia Mohave. Mohave is the flagship SUV from Kia. It’s built upon body on frame structure, it’s got 3.0L V6 diesel engine and it’s got rear bias 4WD system. So, it is the real SUV from Kia. Is it beter than Kia Telluride? #kiamohave #kia #kiaTelluride https://youtu.be/Cmx0p7418ms Kia Mohave Master A.K.A Kia Borrego 3.0L Diesel 260hp | 57.1kg.mhttps://youtu.be/Cmx0p7418ms Rear-bias 4WD System 8 Speed Automatic
  8. Happy Holidays, guys! Yes, this is the last day of 2020! Happy New Year! I just wanted to talk about Hyundai Tucson today. The all new Hyundai Tucson 2020 will be released here in Korea next summer. Watch out Kia Sportage. New Tucson will be bigger and it might be finally electrified. Let’s do take a look at the car. #hyundaitucson #hyundai #suv https://youtu.be/gwsBTdQWOB8
  9. On Dec. 3rd, images of Genesis GV80 have been leaked in Korea. So, i simply wanted to share the leaked images of 1st Genesis SUV with you guys. And Genesis GV80 is not still launched here in Korea, so i wanted to give you few updates about Genesis SUV. So, let’s get started. #genesissuv #genesisgv80 #genesis https://youtu.be/ZBgut2JkVCk
  10. We are going for a road trip with Palisade Twins. My Hyundai Palisade has 3.8L V6, while the press car from Hyundai with 2.2L Diesel. Through out this 8 hours road trip, i will explain why i bought my Hyundai Palisade w/ 3.8L V6 & over Kia Telluride and Kia Mohave. Let’s go, guys! #palisade #hyundai #carreview https://youtu.be/6NVmvnEW7Bg Hyundai Palisade 3.8L V6 295hp@6,000 261lb.ft@5,200 8-speed auto | AWD 2.2L Diesel 202hp@3,800 325lb.ft@1,750 8-speed auto | AWD Competition: Kia Telluride, Kia Mohave, Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander.
  11. Genesis is planning to launch another SUV - 2nd SUV called Genesis GV70. It will be little brother of Genesis GV80. It would be heavily influenced by Genesis G70 sedan. So, let’s see what is difference between Genesis GV80 and Genesis GV70. Let’s begin. https://youtu.be/zn3QG1W5Z4c
  12. Night Drive with Kona Hybrid - Following our day review, we are uploading night drive with Kona Hybrid 2020. Just want to show you gauge cluster and overall how Kona Hybrid drives when it’s dark. So, let’s go for a drive with Kona hybrid. 1.6L GDi 105hp | 108lb.ft + 32kW Motor = Total System output 141hp Mated to 6-speed DCT Front wheel Driven https://youtu.be/yaepOv5u5cM
  13. Last Friday, my new ride finally have arrived. Guess what i got. It’s 2019 Hyundai Palisade. Let me tell you why i bought Hyundai Palisade and how i got it. So sad i had to get Hyundai Veracruz go. This means that we have Hyundai Palisade as a long-term tester. Very excited to tell you the news. Thank you all for your support! https://youtu.be/WCo15Q6B0Cs
  14. Hi, Guys. Time for another spy shot review. Last time we talked about Genesis G80, but today let’s talk about Genesis GV80, which will be 1st SUV from Genesis. As SUV demands grow Genesis will launch GV80 for the 1st time and GV70 will follow the SUV line up within a year. So, let me show you what we know so far about the car. 1.Thank you kolesa.ru for the rendering image https://www.kolesa.ru/news/krossover-genesis-pervye-izobrazheniya 2.Thank you motor1 for the images and inspiration https://www.motor1.com/news/363635/genesis-gv80-spy-photos/ https://youtu.be/QbOfvltUdRo
  15. 2020 Kia Niro Hybrid launched in Korea this March. With battery and electric could this SUV? crossover? hatchback? be the most practical SUV we can find today? Let’s check what has changed inside & out and test drive it. 2020 Kia Niro Hybrid 4,355x1,805x1,545x2,700mm 171.5x71.1x60.8x106.3 in. 1.6gdi Hybrid Total: 141hp 1.6 Gdi - 105hp @ 5,700 | 32kw electric motor - 43.5hp 6 speed DCT Competition: Hyundai Ioniq, Toyota Prius https://youtu.be/EqR5UNprPAo
  16. Hi I desperately need help choosing between 5 cars. First off. gas mileage and the price of the vehicle itself isn't a factor. Interior materials and things like that aren't issues for me either. However reliability and sportiness/power do matter to me. I have done my research and found 5 seemingly reliable cars/trucks that are sporty and that I like very much! PROBLEM IS... I CANT CHOOSE WHICH ONE TO BUY! I like how all of them drive and I like how all of them look! Each one has a major selling point to me and here they are: LEXUS IS300: tiptronic with sport mode and paddle shifting buttons that are fun to use. Also reliability from the 2jz engine. 0-60 in 7.4 seconds isn't bad at all. PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GTP SUPERCHARGED: LOVE LOVE LOVE the supercharger whine! The boost is addicting. Performance shift mode. I personally love how the car looks! 0-60 in 6.6 seconds. MAZDA 6s: nice reliable 3.0L V6 with the 5-speed shiftable automatic! Beautiful blue color with spoiler and "body kit" a website says 0-60 in 6.3 seconds. Infiniti G35 sedan: I like the fact that this car is essentially a Nissan 350z in a dress... 0-60 in 6.1 seconds Chevrolet Trailblazer: I understand that this is an oddball based on the group just given, however... This one is just a feel thing I've always liked the look and feel of the trailblazers but I've been looking more for a sporty car. 0-60 in 7.6 seconds. Any help would be appreciated! I just need someone's opinion who won't say "the Lexus because it's a nicer car" I would appreciate some good solid reasons based in reliability and performance. Thanks again! -Alex
  17. I am about to buy my first new car. I've owned 3 used cars in the past (only one bought from a dealer). I live in Alaska so all wheel drive is a must. I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions for me for the most fuel efficient buy that will fit these options. AWD sedan, SUV or crossover under $30,000 >30 combined MPG The most promising one I've come across so far is the Subaru XV Crosstrek. Thank you!
  18. Hi, Im a recent graduate who found his first job and is happily living life as a member of society. My scion tC has lived its life to the fullest, I loved it while I had it, but it has to go. It has 140k miles on it and I feel I'm due for a new car. After constant struggle between this and that, black or white blah blah blah, I came to the conclusion that I wanted a compact-SUV or a crossover as they are referred to sometimes. I have been doing research for about a month using kbb, NADA, youtube reviews, edmunds and consumer reports. Note, I am not rich and I am looking for a car in the 25,000 range give or take. I would highly prefer a manual transmission, however im flexible. My lifestyle: I commute to work and sometimes on the weekend I like to go to Mexico ( I live in San Diego). This means I need the car to be able to handle Mexican roads (they're not bad, but they have their rough patches). I really like camping and rock-climbing, however I've never gotten into it (outdoorsy things) due to lack of time and money. I do have my own climbing gear now that I have a job, and hopefully soon I'll be stacking up on camping gear, if I like my first couple of trips. I am possibly purchasing my car in January or February. This is no easy task and thats why I'm starting my research early, I want to make the best decision and have no buyer's remorse. My original List with the reason for dropping: - Honda CRV - Do not like the design, feels like a mom's car. Boring overall - Mazda CX-5 - Same as above, mom car. However I am aware this one has one of the best features packaged into it. - Jeep Patriot - Possible contender, however after I learned about the renegade, I decided to drop this one out. - Jeep Renegade - Finalist - Kia Soul - Finalist - Mini Countryman - Finalist - Subaru Forester - Design is mediocre (mom-ish looking car). Interior feels outdated - Nissan Juke - I dont like the design at all - Toyota Rav4 - doesnt seem like anything special, nothing really caught my attention. So my finalist are the Mini Countryman (I am still debating whether to get the S or the base). the renegade and the kia soul (this being my cheaper alternative if whatever goes wrong with my credit). Things that I am really looking for are (IN ORDER): - Reliability - MPG - Modern features (Bluetooth, maybe iOS/Android compatibility) - Coolness, Radicalness and Awesomeness - Fun/enjoyable/comfortable to ride. (I'd like to road trip on this) - Cost-to-own. I have been researching these 3 cars intensely, however (like everything) people give them great and terrible ratings and reviews. So I am kind of at a confusing crossroad. I would appreciate your opinions on these 3 cars, or if you have a really strong argument for any of the previously listed (even something not listed that I overlooked) please advise. NOTE: I am an engineer, so keep that in mind when giving your opinion, as much as I welcome points of view, I'd rather have them with something to back them up.
  19. Hi, My dad's looking at Lexus SUVs for around $15k (dealer price), but around that price you can only find older 2004-2006 SUVs with 130k+ mileage here in Alabama whereas for the same price you could get a 50k mileage 2011 RAV4, CRV, or other Honda/Toyota SUVs. But he still thinks that even older Lexus SUVs will still have better reliability, will last longer with less maintenance, have better features, have better parts like engine/transmission/suspension/etc than newer Toyota/Honda SUVs. How can I convince him otherwise? Like, are there any good sites/resources/articles with comparisons or sites where I can get detailed car specs as proof? Or am I wrong here, and older Lexus SUVs actually are better buys than newer Toyota/Honda SUVs at the same price?
  20. Hello guys! I am new here! I just want to share with you my opinion on the 2015 Ford Bronco. Why this model? Because this is one of the most popular search terms on the internet. Many websites wrote about this model and claim that it will appear this year or next year, but Ford has never confirmed this. Here is my opinion: http://2015carreview...oncept-release/ Also, earlier this month, news came out that Ford is working on the 2016 production model that will appear next year. In the end it turned out to be anything but an April Fool joke. I also joked with people, so if you want, take a look at this article: http://2015carreview...ease-date-2015/ I really would like to see the new Bronco and I hope Ford will listen the wishes of fans and customers, and that will make us happy by releasing the new model. But now, all you can find on the many car websites are only BS. What do you guys think? Would you think it will ever be released?
  21. I notice that compact suvs are same as crossover suvs. they are called crossovers because of their short height and suv because of the body style, am I right?
  22. Hello people, I write for an automotive site and we recently did a review on the Ssangyong Korando, but we are still unsure what everyone thinks of it in terms of competitors. Can you please let us know what you think about its competitors or whether or not you would buy one? Here is our review by the way, we would love any feedback
  23. I am a MBA student at UC San Diego. I am doing a research about sports car for my class. Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey below. It is fun for car lovers and will take approximately 7-8 minutes. You can share it with your friends too! Thank you, http://lab.rady.ucsd.edu/sawtooth/Sp...r_v5login.html
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