Review: Dodge Durango Hellcat 2021

The vehicle is such an unnatural monstrosity, such an unholy perversion, that Dodge could only put the Durango Hellcat on sale for one year. Whether this was really due to the “lawyers and bean counters” at Chrysler not liking the idea of ​​a Hellcat-powered Durango, as claimed at Dodge’s unveiling last year, is a mystery. … Read more

Review: Cadillac XT4 Sport 2021

At the risk of sounding a bit old, I’ve often found it odd that Cadillac, GM’s luxury division, would stoop to compete in the world of the utilitarian and everyday. Yes, I’m talking about SUVs. In saying this, I exclude the Escalade, the giant body-on-frame, truck-based SUV that started it all. The first Cadillac SUV. … Read more

Review: 2021 Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye Widebody

If the Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye were an animal, it would be a gorilla. They are both powerful, muscular and admirable, and are best approached with caution. Unfortunately, both are also endangered. The Charger Hellcat’s formula for getting big power from a big engine dates back to a bygone era. The Redeye is an even … Read more

Review: 2022 Ram 1500 Sport Night G/T

A sting on the ignition button and the HEMI coughed to life before pulsing into familiar V8 background babbling, the engine and exhaust undertones mingled and resonated melodically as I adjusted the seat and steering wheel and checked the gauges and mirrors. And then it was time to wake the beast. The wheels started to … Read more

Review: Cadillac XT4 Sport 2021

At the risk of sounding a bit old, I’ve often found it odd that Cadillac, GM’s luxury division, would stoop to compete in the world of the utilitarian and everyday. Yes, I’m talking about SUVs. In saying this, I exclude the Escalade, the giant body-on-frame, truck-based SUV that started it all. The first Cadillac SUV. … Read more

Review: Dodge Durango Hellcat 2021

The vehicle is such an unnatural monstrosity, such an unholy perversion, that Dodge could only put the Durango Hellcat on sale for one year. Whether this was really due to the “lawyers and bean counters” at Chrysler not liking the idea of ​​a Hellcat-powered Durango, as claimed at Dodge’s unveiling last year, is a mystery. … Read more