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Yesterday, Tesla held a delivery event- hosted by Elon Musk, of course- for the long-awaited Cybertruck. Pricing and hard specs were announced in tandem, with the base, rear-wheel drive Cybertruck starting at an estimated $60,990 MSRP before taxes, delivery, and incentives. It offers a claimed 250-mile range, a 7,500-pound towing capacity, and a 0-60 mph time of 6.5 seconds. There is a catch. These won’t be out until 2025, and the pricing makes this a full $20,000 off the Elon’s claimed $40K price point from 2019.
The latest annual auto reliability brand rankings from Consumer Reports (CR) for 2023 have been released. For those unfamiliar, the report provides insights into the current state of the automotive industry. Owners that purchased a new vehicle during the past year are asked a series of questions to determine the overall reliability of each model. CR's then totals up the scores and presents their findings.
Pricing for the 2025 Volvo EX90 has been announced. The base EX90 Plus 7-seater starts at $77,990 MSRP including $1,295 for destination charges. The brand’s range-topping SUV will be offered in either a six- or seven-seat configuration with two trim choices: Plus or Ultra. Additionally, a seven-seat Performance version of the EX90 is available, starting at $82,990 which, among other changes, bumps power up to 496 horsepower from 408 hp. Moreover, Volvo gives the same 300-mile range figure for either version.
When it comes to washing my car, I prefer using a pressure washer, but I'm well aware that isn't feasible for everybody. One of the main reasons why I enjoy using a pressure washer is because of the foam cannon, which blankets my car with a nice layer of soapy car wash. But if you aren't able to use a pressure washer with a foam cannon, the Foam Blaster 6 from Chemical Guys is a great alternative.
Reliability is a paramount consideration when buying a new car, and staying informed about the most dependable vehicles is crucial. The latest annual auto reliability brand rankings from Consumer Reports (CR) for 2023 have been released, with some surprising findings when it comes to hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs).
Stellantis has issued a recall for 32,125 2021-2024 Jeep Wrangler 4xe models, asking customers not to charge their batteries. The plug-in hybrid off-roader has fallen victim to eight total vehicle fires, and each happened while the vehicle was parked and turned off. Six occurred while vehicles were charging. As such, Stellantis is telling owners that while the cars can be driven, they should be parked outside away from other cars and structures. Owners of 4xe models can check their VIN against the recall database online.
Not everyone has the time to wax their car regularly. Traditional paste wax can take over an hour to apply, with a thorough process of rubbing, buffing, and cleaning up afterward. If you’re looking for an easy and efficient way to give your car’s finish a layer of wax protection, consider spray waxes. While spray waxes don’t last as long as traditional paste wax, they can be applied in as little as 15 minutes, depending on the size of your car. Spray waxes are designed to offer a good level of protection with less effort; they work better if your car already has a layer of existing wax protection.
Who doesn’t love a Corvette? The classic Chevy muscle car has filled the dreams of many car enthusiasts for decades. Now Dream Giveaway is giving you the chance at not one, but two sweet Corvettes. You can get a 2023 70th Anniversary Corvette Stingray Convertible and a sweet, fully-restored 1965 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible. Don’t worry, Dream Giveaway, as always, gives you the money to pay the taxes, too.