We Drive the Way You Do

You'll find honest reviews of all the newest, hottest cars on the road. We take them on road trips, around town, on the highway, and wherever our every day life takes us. Reviews from and for enthusiasts and soccer moms, and everyone in between. 

"Always focus on the front windshield and not the rearview mirror."

Colin Powell

2019 Jaguar I-Pace

By Becky Antioco | Jul 12, 2019

The Jaguar I-Pace is everything you’d expect from a luxury car, and more than you would from an electric vehicle (EV). The case for EVs, in general, is complex, with considerations like environmental impact, practicality, range anxiety, and issues of substance and style coming into play. I’d argue that the I-Pace has the last two,

2019 Subaru Ascent

By Becky Antioco | Feb 26, 2019

“Love. It’s what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.” It’s hard to argue with the popular automaker’s latest advertising slogan. Hard, also, for my 13-year-old not to repeat it every time we went somewhere in the new Ascent, Subaru’s first three-row vehicle and the biggest vehicle it’s ever built. Indeed, people love their Subarus; they are

2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

By Becky Antioco | Feb 25, 2019

Driving a Jeep Wrangler makes you want to run things over. Not in a malicious way, but in a “I could tackle that curb,” or a driving through rather than around potholes and other road obstacles kind of way. Of course, that’s what the Wrangler was built for: tackling obstacles with aplomb and handling nearly

2018 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth

By Becky Antioco | Feb 5, 2019

A girl walks into a bar. (I know. That’s an unconventional way to start a car review, but stick with me for a minute.) Guy asks girl about the car she’s driving – the 2018 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth. A debate ensues about other cars with the “Spider” moniker. Porsche? Ferrari? Yes and yes. Although the

2018 Kia Stinger

By Becky Antioco | Jan 30, 2019

It’s often a challenge to shed stereotypes and find success when you venture outside of what people perceive to be your specialty or niche. This is particularly true with car manufacturers. Kia made an attempt to break out of its “value-driven, mass market vehicle” mold with the K900, but discovered that there were only about