Month: September 2016

  • 2017 Fiat 124 Spider – Drive & Review

    With the great summer weather we’ve just experienced many folks probably were wishing for a convertible to drive. The all-new 2017 Fiat 124 Spider, reminiscent of the 1966 edition, is another new choice among the 2- and 4-seat drop tops on the market today. A kissing cousin to the Miata…figure that, Italian and Japanese, but […]

  • 2017 Chrysler Pacifica – Drive and Review

    The all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivan has made a big splash. Chrysler has upped the game in the minivan segment with this new entry that replaces the Town & Country. It’s loaded with many comfort and convenience features as well as a nice assortment of driver-assistance safety technology. Along with the 3.6-L V6 powered line […]

  • 2017 Honda Ridgeline – First Drive

    Honda has completely redesigned its Ridgeline pickup. All-new for 2017, the Ridgeline has a longer wheelbase, increased length, still seats five and has a longer rear cargo bed. The new unibody design looks more truck-like and the 280 HP V6 gives it better performance, reduced fuel consumption while able to tow 5000 lbs. Two-wheel or […]

  • Chrome & Coffee at Iron Gate Motor Condos

    Iron Gate Motor Condos continued its monthly Chrome & Coffee Open House on Saturday, September 10, 2016. Featuring Antique Marques of all makes and models, the monthly Chrome & Coffee event attracts car collectors and auto enthusiasts alike who come together to learn, share information and network until noon during this monthly program. Coffee and […]

  • 2016 Range Rover Sport HSE Td6 – Drive & Review

    It just might make a lot of sense to opt for the diesel engine now available on the Range Rover Sport. It’s only $2000 more on a vehicle that’s already in the $60 to $70K range. Fuel economy and pulling power are the big pluses for a diesel. Also, the long driving range of the […]

  • Chicago: Rise & Drive at Collectors’ Car Garage

    The Labor Day weekend first-Sunday Rise & Drive at Collectors’ Car Garage brought a couple of treats. A 1930 Ruxton Model C Sedan and a ’57 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight convertible from the Richard H. Driehaus Collection at Chicago Vintage Motor Carriage made an appearance. The beautiful late-summer morning provided perfect weather for a variety of cars, […]