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Double Trouble – Kia Seltos is Stealthy Addition to Automaker’s Lineup

Two wild and crazy identical cousins? No wait, just one, with a split personality, or perhaps with screen splitting technology. No matter what is going on, he/they give the new, quietly introduced, Kia Seltos, a thorough going over.

Our split personality hosts review the all-new 2021 @Kia Seltos that is slipping into the entry-level SUV segment with a personality all its own. As a utility vehicle with an abundance of attitude, the Seltos has modern styling and an appetite for adventure, providing a comfortable and tech-savvy cabin, a choice of two engines, including a 175-horsepower 1.6-liter turbo, and an available all-wheel drive system with a lock mode to handle severe road conditions. The Seltos is available in five trim levels: LX, EX, Sport 2.0L, Sport 1.6T and SX. 


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June 12, 2020 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

Two thumbs up to the 2020 Cadillac XT4

By Keith Turner

Family Car cousins Keith and Dean tour the tranquil canals of Venice, Calif., while testing out the 2020 #Cadillac XT4 FWD Sport. It’s a mid-size SUV powered by a 4-cylinder engine with turbo boost for quick acceleration. We loved the exterior styling and interior comfort, but the front and overhead camera views were what really caught our attention. So cool! Also impressive is the starting price of $38,795 (our tester came out at $48,585) the Cadillac XT4 is a hidden gem in vast ocean of SUV models on the the market.

Moooving Right Along…

We took the 2020 #Toyota #4Runner TRD Pro out to the pasture to test out the 4WD functionality and see how it fared with the livestock crowd. The Army Green exterior first caught out eye (and many others who stopped to check it out) and the side running boards make it easy for children to get in and out. The rugged roof rack makes the 4Runner TRD Pro perfect for #overlanding as well. Check it out!

And One More For The Road…

After being refreshed in 2019, the #Honda #Pilot has added a special “Black Edition” trim. Based on the Elite trim, the Black Edition adds interior and exterior styling enhancements to give it a sleek and mysterious look. The Black Edition also includes black-painted 20-inch alloy wheels, and blackout treatments for the grille, headlight trim, side trim, door handles, window trim and fog light accents. Inside, there is red accent lighting for the dash, doors and center console, with red accent stitching on the front and second row captain’s chairs, door panels and steering wheel. The Black Edition logo is embossed on front seats and floor mats, and the front and second-row seats also get a red accent to the perforated leather seating surface. With all the room, technology and safety features, The Family Car is calling the Honda Pilot one of our top 10 Family Cars of 2020.

February 18, 2020 at 10:10 pm Leave a comment

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