Nissan has completely re-done the Altima for 2019. Now after 25 years on the U.S. market Nissan still sees a place for the Altima in its lineup. Even as many folks jump into SUVs, sedans still strike a cord with many buyers, especially younger buyers.
I recently drove the new Altima at Nissan’s launch program. It has a lot new to offer including two new engines and an all-wheel drive option.
Read more right here.
Subaru has upped its game with an all-new 3-row SUV. The 2019 Subaru Ascent can be had with seating for seven or eight. With an all-new 260-HP 2.4-L turbo boxer engine it’ll tow up to 5,000lbs.
It’s loaded with new tech, including EyeSight Assist and Trailer Stability Assist as well as a camera-based rear view mirror.
You can read more about the new Ascent right here.
A modified 2019 VW Jetta went 210.16 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats, setting a new record in the SCTA Blown Gas Coupe class.
I drove a new, stock 2019 VW Jetta across lower Michigan and got 43 mpg, beating the EPA highway estimate of 40 mpg. And, I didn’t waste any time doing it.
Read a bit more on the new Jetta right here.
The X1 is the entry to BMW’s X-series. Redesigned in 2016, it is unchanged for 2018 except for some option packaging revisions. The only power plant is a 228-horsepower 2.0-L turbocharged I-4 coupled to an 8-speed automatic.
Read more on the X1 right here.
For 2019 the Chrysler Pacifica gets some new packages, colors and equipment upgrades.
Read a bit more about the Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid for 2019, right here.
On the invite of GMC I drove the all-new 2019 GMC Sierra full-size pickup in St.Johns, Newfoundland and the surrounding area.
Different by design and different to meet customer demands, the GMC Sierra with its top-of-the-line Denali sub-brand intends to take a bigger share of the big pickup business.
Read more on the new GMC Sierra right here.
From the 305-HP V6 to the 797-HP Hellcat Redeye, the 2019 Dodge Challenger seeks to thrill and make driving more fun than ever.
Catch up on what’s new right here.