Month: July 2019

By my count, this is MotorTrend’s 263rd Technologue column, stretching back to May 1982. For the first two years, the page answered readers’ techie car questions. Then Ron Grable, Rick Titus, John Hanson, B.J. Hoffman, and Don Fuller took turns mostly explaining new technologies hitting the market. Between January 1988 and September 1995, Technologue downshifted
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It’s well known that the 2020 Kia Telluride and 2020 Hyundai Palisade are closely related. Sharing underpinnings and powertrain, the two Korean family haulers give their respective brands an entry into the highly competitive three-row crossover segment. But apart from looks, what differentiates these SUV siblings? For starters, their trim level and package strategies. The Palisade
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Editor’s Note: First published in February 19, 2016, this story rounded up all the coupes with surprisingly usable rear seats. We’ve since refreshed this piece with new information, a couple new vehicles, and updated info on vehicles that have been redesigned. Discontinued models have since been removed. Coupes get a bad reputation for having rear
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Chevrolet’s soon-to-be-revealed mid-engine Corvette has nearly 70 years of Corvette history to contend with and learn from, but there’s another history lesson hiding in the halls of General Motors. Thrity-five years ago, Pontiac introduced the Fiero, America’s first and only mass-production mid-engine car (until the mid-engine Corvette gets here). The Fiero’s story is long and
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