55 Best Car Blogs for Auto Enthusiasts

If you’re on the hunt for the best and most informative car blogs to provide you with all the latest updates in the automotive world, then you’re in the right place. Here you’ll find the top 55 auto blogs online. Such car blogs are in abundance on the web, but not all of them have all the necessary info that an auto enthusiast finds useful. So we’ve decided to help you out a bit, and present you with the absolute best among all the high-quality auto blogs. Whether you’re a…

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The 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz Is Neither Car Or Truck- But It Is Cool

The Carpages Garage has had the privilege of playing host to some pretty spectacular cars over the last several months. Highlights? Well, the absolutely mental Porsche Taycan Turbo S certainly left its mark, and the Honda Civic Type R is always a hoot. The Mercedes Maybach GLS 600 was decadent luxury on a scale for which the likes had previously gone unseen to us, and the BMW M5 Competition still makes a convincing case for itself as the best sports sedan money can buy. All have been memorable in their…

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Goodyear introduces TripleMax 2 range of mid-size car tyres in India

While its existing Assurance TripleMax range is known for offering a balanced mix of ride comfort and low road noise, the company has upgraded the series by introducing the TripleMax 2. Goodyear’s new line gets a boosted compound formulation of Carbon-Silicon to aid braking, and downsized rubber blocks on the tyre’s contact surface to further cut down road noise The company claims tested road noise inside the cabin to stand at 62.4dB while driving at a constant speed and at 60.1dB during coasting, both of which claim to be lower…

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How to write a car review

So, back to my first blog! And what kind of review site would this be, if my first blog was about anything other than “how to write a car review”. Since we launched back in March I have been asked this question over and over. Many people have shied away from reviewing their past or current cars  because they:  1. Don’t have enough time  2. Don’t know where to start 3. Don’t know what to write Don’t get me wrong, these are all great reasons to not write a review,…

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Buying a car during COVID times? Avoid special financing schemes

April was a disastrous month for car makers, as sales were almost nil for most of them. Many car manufacturers have now rolled out schemes to attract buyers. Then, there are discounts and exchange offers too. Should you buy a car by taking such financing schemes, discounts and exchange offers after the lockdown and are they worth it? Naveen Kukreja – CEO and Co-founder, Paisabazaar.com says, “While opting for any of these finance schemes, the customers need to remember that the overall interest cost of these loans would be higher…

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Car Review: Last year for the high performance Cadillac ATS-V sedan

WASHINGTON — Small luxury sedans are a tough sell these days, and the Cadillac ATS sedan is no different. So this year will be the last year for this fun-to-drive car. The ATS has a special version called the ATS-V, a sports car with four doors. What sets apart the V series ATS is a twin turbo V6 with 464 hp, and it really makes this small sedan fly. It might not sound as good an Alfa V6 but you can get into some serious trouble if you’re not careful.…

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2019 Jeep Cherokee Makes Our Top 5 Car Reviews This Week

2019 Jeep Cherokee Cars.com photo by Christian Lantry Newcomers to our top five most-read reviews since last week include the 2018 Ford Expedition and the returning 2019 Jeep Cherokee — the latter of which Cars.com has just a bit of a history with. Four years ago, we bought a then-all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee as a second vehicle for our long-term test fleet, and like so many long-term relationships, we were better off when it ended and vowed to never subject ourselves to that again. And while Cars.com reviewer Joe Wiesenfelder didn’t exactly have a change of heart,…

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2018 Mazda6 GT wagon new car review

Turbo engine brings more performance. New model a lot quieter than old 6. Beautiful presented cabin. Boot not biggest in class. Rear seat room tight for three adults. New engine thirstier than non-turbo model. Evolution, not revolution appears to be the ethos at Mazda these days. And why not, as the Japanese brand is riding the crest of the wave – in Australia at least – with strong sales and an image that places it between mainstream rivals and the prestige elite. Enter the new Mazda6, which in theory is…

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Car review of new BMW X3 XDrive 20D: On-track, but not offbeat

New BMW X3 XDrive 20D It’s love at first sight. The striking design language of the new BMW X3—featuring a bold front with a double kidney grille, adaptive LED headlights and fog-lamps, and the expressive rear that has LED tail-lights combined with a low-slung roof spoiler and exhaust tailpipes on both sides in chrome—attracts attention wherever it goes. The X3, in its third generation now, reflects a new, youthful BMW. What is the X3? It’s a premium midsize sports activity vehicle—BMW calls its SUV-shaped vehicles as SAV. It was first launched…

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Regular Car Reviews Tries To Find Which Focus Is The Best Focus

Which Focus is best Focus? Sounds like a simple enough question if you consider only factory-standard models. The answer would have to be either the current RS version, or the latest-generation model, thanks to all of its clever safety and tech features. Of course, that’s not exactly what RegularCars wants to know here, since this video is basically a diss track aimed at people who modify their Focuses in order to make them either faster, faster-looking, or both. Granted, you’re probably going to laugh at least once or twice, especially due to the repetition. Just…

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