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GMC Terrain vs Honda CR-V vs Subaru Outback: Compact SUV Comparison

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - There are many compact SUV models to choose from. In fact, with so many on the market, you might feel overwhelmed. Instead of stressing about the range of choices, let’s look at the 2018 GMC Terrain vs Honda CR-V vs Subaru Outback comparison.

2018 Cadillac ATS-V Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2018 Cadillac ATS-V is the 464-horsepower, track-ready alter-ego of the standard ATS compact-luxury sedan and coupe. It matches or exceeds the numbers put up by the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C 63 -- and for a lower starting price -- but has yet to establish the cachet of its German rivals.

Ford's Co-Pilot360 Suite; Buick Regal Vs Kia Stinger 999 (with video)

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Ford announces an all new safety suite for 2020. We compare the newly released test results on our Buick Regal and Kia Stinger also answer viewer questions, and a special question about the Mikes.

2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Review: Taking a Winter Dip in the Renewed Off-Road Icon

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Taking a Winter Dip With the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Like a lot of northerners this time of year, I’ve been praying that winter has petered out, and that New York’s sidewalks—disgusting enough at any time—have seen their last snowfall of the season. And then the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon showed up at my door, like a brat in a bright-red snowsuit, begging me to come outside and play.

Test Drive Review: 2018 Buick Enclave Premium

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Enclave is a comfortable and roomy people-hauler. Seats provide good support in the front and middle rows, though those in the third row aren’t padded as well in the backrests. The center seats are captain’s chairs with flipper armrests. As such, the Buick version of this vehicle seats a maximum of seven, while the Chevy boasts eight. Access to the third row can be managed by shimmying between the second-row seats, but it’s a lot easier by releasing the forward-tilting right-side seat.

2018 GMC Terrain Denali: Does This New Model Push All the Right Buttons?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Now in its second generation, the GMC Terrain is all new for 2018. While the original model sported a boxier design, this one is made to look longer and sleek. It also features a floating roof design element, while the last generation looked more like a standard SUV. This 2018 GMC Terrain gone down a size class from the previous model, as well. GMC lopped 5.2 inches off the wheelbase, so this car is now classified as a compact crossover. The last Terrain, with a 112.5-inch wheelbase, was technically a midsize. Despite that, the new Terrain is only 4.7 inches shorter than the previous model.

The 2019 Ram 1500 First Drive Review: A 21st Century Pickup Truck—With the Tech to Prove It

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If you're looking for a reliable argument to start a bar fight with, you could do worse than the subject of our national obsession with full-size pickup trucks. Put a Ford guy next to a Chevy loyalist and watch the sparks fly; ask any hardworking American how they feel about a $100,000 pickup; or simply remind the right person that the Nissan Titan exists.