Car Reviews: Cadillac XT5 and Toyota C-HR

Posted By: Zack Spencer · 4/14/2017 8:21:00 AM

The Cadillac XT5 replaces the previous Cadillac SRX. This is a 5-passenger utility vehicle that might be the right size for many people who live in the city. The Cadillac XT5 is loaded with all kinds of technology from a rear-view mirror that turns into a video screen, a large centre screen with Android Auto, Apple Car Play, plus an LTE-4G connection with onStar. The backup camera has an overhead view and a warning system that vibrates in the driver's seat. The XT5 is power by a 3.6L V6 and because the XT5 is 132kgs lighter than the previous vehicle, it has better performance and better fuel efficiency.

  

 

The Toyota C-HR is a new compact utility, or crossover vehicle, that is smaller and less expensive than the RAV4. The all-new Toyota C-HR is only offered with front wheel drive (FWD) and is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense ...

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12 Car Features You Have To Be A Baby Boomer To Understand

Posted By: Zack Spencer · 3/23/2017 3:17:00 PM

Spending time around older cars, you realize that there were a lot of common items that anybody under the age of 25 hadn’t experienced unless they drive old cars on purpose.

 

“Cupholder”

At some point in the 1950s, automotive manufacturers realized that the flat surface inside the glovebox was a perfect place to put a piping hot cup of coffee.

Of course, the idea was that you were supposed to enjoy it while the car was parked at a scenic overlook, not barrelling down the highway at 72 miles an hour on bias-ply tires and dodgy brakes.

It only took two or three generations of automotive design to realize that a ceramic cup perched delicately inside a 1/4-inch depression in the sheetmetal of a glovebox lid wasn’t a suitable place to put scalding hot liquids.

10 Things Old - Camaro Bumper LEAD

Bumper Jack Slot

Bumper jacks were GM’s alternative to scissor-type jacks from other brands. ...

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