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20 Aug 2020 | No Comment | 74 views

By Don Hammonds

Toyota’s 2021 lineup is shaping up as a balanced, wide ranging effort for the brand.

While other car companies are announcing the end of their sedans, cutting them out right and left, Toyota sees an opportunity–and will make every effort to take advantage of the model offering changes, and is betting heavily that consumers, put off by the lack of sedans in their showrooms, will flock to Toyota dealerships instead.

“It makes sense that Toyota would expand its sedan lineup, …

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19 Aug 2020 | No Comment | 68 views

By Don Hammonds

Model year 2021 is shaping up to be a big one for Nissan, with a new version of its biggest seller, the 2021 Nissan Rogue, and the all-new Ariya, the brand’s first all electric SUV.

Later, you will see an all-new 2021 Nissan GT-R all new versions of the full sized Titan and Titan XD trucks.

2021 Nissan Rogue

Nissan officials say that the all-new 2021 Nissan Rogue is a true game changer – one of the most advanced Nissan SUVs …

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19 Aug 2020 | No Comment | 148 views

  By Don Hammonds

     If you are a parent–or if you love going on long highway vacations with a carload of friends–rejoice.
   Honda’s big news for 2021 is the arrival of a refreshed and revamped Honda Odyssey.
Honda’s big minivan has been the best selling minivan for ten years running, and not only does it deliver on the practical, it also has been a pretty stylish ride too, considering its purpose.

[caption id="attachment_10937" align="alignnone" width="700"] 2021 Honda Odyssey[/caption]

     Now in …

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18 Aug 2020 | No Comment | 67 views

Editor’s note:

     The new model year–2021–is upon us. As we do every year, we are featuring stories on what to expect from each brand.  Today we feature Chevrolet and Ford, and tomorrow we will feature Nissan and Honda.  We hope you enjoy our stories!

Don Hammonds, Executive Editor and Publisher

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18 Aug 2020 | No Comment | 63 views

By Don Hammonds

The big news at Ford for 2021 is one word:  Bronco.

[caption id="attachment_10917" align="alignnone" width="637"] The four-door 2021 Bronco will have available removeable modular roof sections – left and right front panels, a full-width center panel and a rear section. Roof panels on both two- and four-door models can be easily removed by unlocking the latches from the interior to provide the largest overall open-top view in its class to take in the sunshine or to gaze at the …

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