Month: August 2020

The 2021 Genesis G80 is a serious luxury contender – Video

With that gigantic shield shaped grille, beautifully tapering roofline and quad element light fixtures front and rear, the G80 is dressed to impress.
Starting with the foundation, it has the same rear drive platform as that equally new GV80 SUV.
Now about 19% of this for doors body is made of aluminum, which helped trim about 275 pounds compared to its predecessor.
Accordingly, in its lightest form, the gap weighs around 3957 pounds while the fully loaded example clocks in at a claim 4497.
Two engines will be offered in this luxury sedan serving bass duty is a 2.5 litre

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2019 Honda Passport long-term wrap-up: A competent all-rounder we’d easily recommend

The green-and-black paint scheme lovingly earned our Passport the nickname Swamp Thing.


Antuan Goodwin/Roadshow

The world was a very different place when the 2019 Honda Passport joined our long-term test fleet. We immediately put it to work as a production vehicle for our San Francisco-based crew, but things quickly changed when the COVID-19 pandemic paused our west coast video shooting schedule. Thankfully, the Passport had plenty of other merits that made it a trusty friend to the Roadshow staff even in times of crisis. As an excellent daily driver, road tripper and even light off-roader, the Passport had many opportunities

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The 2021 Genesis G80 sedan puts Germany on notice

If you don’t mind the grille, this is a handsome and upscale sedan.


Nick Miotke/Roadshow

Genesis has the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz locked in its sights. This upscale South Korean brand’s latest products, including the GV80 SUV and 2021 G80 sedan look like serious threats to German dominance in the luxury-vehicle space.

With its gigantic, shield-shaped grille, beautifully tapering roofline and quad-element light fixtures front and rear, the G80 is certainly dressed to impress. But it’s more than just a pretty face.


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2021 Toyota Sequoia keeps on trucking with minimal price increases

Back in black, if you want a Nightshade Edition, that is.


Toyota

Another year, another Toyota Sequoia. For 2021, the large SUV doesn’t change much, but buyers will find a nifty new color for the Sequoia TRD Pro and a new Nightshade Edition. Perhaps the better news is the fact prices don’t change much.

The automaker said Wednesday the SUV, now entering its 14th year in production, believe it for not, will start at $51,465 after a $1,365 destination charge. The sum reflects the base Sequoia SR5 model in rear-wheel drive guise. The least expensive 4×4 model costs $54,690,

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