Tag: Dodge

Gold Coast Concours 2014

We interrupt your regularly scheduled content for a gratuitous photo post. This Sunday, we made our annual trip to the small Long Island town of Glen Cove. For the last 4 years, we’re risen early and made the 3 hour drive to to attend the Gold Cost Concours/Bimmerstock. […]

Chrysler “What’s New” 2015

A low fog hung in the sky, preventing the early-morning sun from warming the asphalt. For a moment, there was silence. Four gleaming vehicles sat before me, and I had first pick. This was how I began my day at Chrysler’s “What’s New 2015” event at their Chelsea […]

Stepping Out: Jeep Grand Cherokee Diesel

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland ECODiesel is where eco-friendly meets rugged off-roading fun. With an increase in environmentally conscious consumers, manufacturers have been revamping their models to accommodate such needs. Jeep has accomplished this by introducing an optional diesel V6 into the Grand Cherokee for 2014. With suitable […]

Toss Up: 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander

For 2014, Mitsubishi executed an extensive redesign for the Outlander. SUVs have always been popular, requiring manufacturers to burn the midnight oil to come up with fresh ideas that will draw the attention of consumers. The latest design from Mitsubishi is one that will give people a reason […]

Little Black Dress: 2014 VW Touareg TDI

The 2014 Volkswagen Touareg TDI is the automotive equivalent of a little black dress. Every woman has one—they’re simple, timeless, and useful in a number of different situations. The Touareg has embodied these characteristics since its inception. Although the 2014 model year received only a few minor changes, […]

Top 5 Auto Manufacturers on Twitter

How manufacturers use Twitter to engage with their consumers. -Scott Villeneuve So what manufacturers are out there Tweeting away for you to interact with?  Simply put, nearly all of them.  I’ve assembled my Top 5, but to be honest, if you’re on Twitter, follow them all.  To prevent […]

SRT Track Experience

–Christopher Little I’ve always associated SRT with large displacement engines, tire smoke, and quarter mile times.  And in many respects, that’s a pretty accurate assessment.  Street & Racing Technology is so named because that’s what goes into these cars.  I, however, was under the impression that, despite this, […]

5 Best/Worst of the NYIAS

-Christopher Little Five Worst 1. Matte Paint Why is matte paint the worst thing ever? Partly because it is now blatantly over-utilized on show cars and partly because it is absolutely useless to the general public.  Last year, Mercedes caught the bug, displaying every AMG model in matte […]

2012 NYIAS First Impressions

– Christopher Little We’re beaten, we’re exhausted, and we’re absolutely fine with that.  Over the last two days, we’ve traversed the Javits Center to catch newly unveiled models, sit in just about every car possible, and meet some really great people (more on that in a later post).  […]