Steppin’ Out With the Nissan Murano

Summer road trips lead to many new experiences.  No matter the destination, the Nissan Murano arrives in style with performance and a spacious interior fit for all types of fun. Cruising the streets of my town I found myself right at home, literally, in the Nissan Murano.  Seeing Muranos driving around western Kentucky, namely Paducah, I... Continue Reading →

All-New 2018 Chevy Traverse Joins the Pack

The full-size crossover SUV segment has a newly re-designed pack member in the Chevrolet Traverse. With a starting price of less than $30,000 it is being noticed by those seeking roomy comfort for humans and all their "stuff".  An overall five-star safety rating and seating for seven/eight via three rows anchors it as a strong... Continue Reading →

Alfas Galore…and More

There's no denying its prom season.  Limousines, tuxedos, beautiful dresses, flowers, dinners out and dancing 'til dawn. Alfa Romeo displayed all its finery in prime prom style at the inaugural 2018 meeting of the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA).  MAMA Secretary, Kelly Enright, outdid herself with beautiful tables and centerpieces complete with information about the... Continue Reading →

The Bullitt Goes to Washington

The original 1968 Bullitt Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in the police drama "Bullitt" makes its way to Washington next week. Much like Jimmy Stewart in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington", Sean Kiernan's treasure has the potential to bring people who wouldn't normally be "car people" to their knees on the National Mall next week... Continue Reading →

Making Music With the Audi TT

Audi strikes a chord with fun-loving consumers via its symphony of speed in the Audi TT. The four-ring symbol for Audi AG is an aria in itself that represents the 1932 merge of four manufacturers: Audi, DKW, Horch, and Wanderer.  From the Type K to the TT the decades-old German manufacturer has been a leader... Continue Reading →

Its Cool to Own a Volvo Again…

You couldn't miss it. It was green. A long box with windows. I jumped into the rectangular wonder many times on my way home from school.  Babysitting for a little boy who just loved the new movie "Star Wars" and playing with storm troopers my lot in life at the time. I noticed a few... Continue Reading →

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