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2022 Grand Wagoneer

The Wagoneer might instill images of a Jeep family SUV from years gone by, but it has been revived as its own luxury brand of SUV. Last year, we saw the release of its ultra-luxury SUV dubbed the Grand Wagoneer with no Jeep moniker on it. While many of us remember the glory days of …

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2022 GMC Terrain AT4

GMC hasn’t slowed down a bit with keeping pace in the highly competitive SUV market. Its 2022 Terrain AT4 ramps things up with some beefy tires, rugged looks, and some nice amenities. GMC did a refresh for 2022 which includes a new bumper and front grille, LED headlights, new 18 or 19-inch wheels – the …

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2022 Kia Stinger GT2

Chattanooga, TN – Kia has made some nice refinements to the Stinger. When this car first came out back in 2018, it started turning heads and winning the hearts of many. For the first time, we saw Kia release a vehicle that cemented its commitment to performance. Consequently, it also helped some skeptics take the …

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2022 Kia EV6 – First Look

On the heels of the Hyundai Ioniq5 comes KIA and its EV6 electronic SUV that’s poised to shake up the market with great looks, great tech, and an excellent driving experience. Tesla should be worried. There are two different models that we recently drove while in Sonoma, California. The Light version with read-wheel-drive and the …

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Make Safety a Priority for Holiday Travel

Nearly half of Americans (47%) plan to travel in the next six months, including 51% with plans to travel for Christmas, according to a survey by 3M. A majority (76%) plan to travel by car, but more than a third of travelers are as concerned about road safety as they are about contracting COVID-19.

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2021 Hyundai Elantra Review and Road Test

The 2021 Hyundai Elantra looks like a small Sonata. We take the 2021 Hyundai Elantra for a review and road test, The Hyundai Elantra wins the North American Car of the Year award for 2021. Competing against the Nissan Sentra and Genesis G80. This is a huge win for Hyundai, the Elantra is all new with new technology and design.

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2021 Land Rover Defender 110 Review

The new Land Rover Defender is tough and capable. This iconic 4×4 represents 70 years of innovation and improvement. Land Rover’s new Defender is more sophisticated than some purists would prefer, but it still has what it takes to be a seriously capable trail vehicle. It offered in two-door and four-door configurations available, available seven-passenger seating. We take it for a drive and give it a Car Coach Reports Rating in 10 categories.

Tips To Keep Your Car Winter Ready

Tips To Keep Your Car Winter Ready

When the weather outside is frightful, be prepared for winter car woes with these tips from Lauren Fix, nation­al automotive correspondent for Newsmax TV and auto expert for The Weather Channel and Inside Edition.

The Four Cs of Winter Driving Prep

The Four Cs of Winter Driving Prep

October is Fall Car Care Month. It’s the perfect time to get under the hood before winter takes effect. Here’s are four C’s to get your vehicle ready for the colder weather: check, change, carry, and clean. Follow these tips, and you’ll stay on the road and off the side of it.

Lauren Fix Discuss the Automotive News of the Day

Lauren Fix Discuss the Automotive News of the Day

The Car Coach® will discuss General Motors estimated cost to replace Takata airbags at $870 million, a AAA report saying it rescued a record 32 million stranded motorists last year, Tesla’s next chapter looking like an investment risk and the Apple car.

Meet Lauren Fix, The Car Coach, in the auto repair shop

Meet Lauren Fix, The Car Coach

There’s $62 billion of undone automotive maintenance each year, and Lauren “The Car Coach®” Fix is on a mission to change that. The aptly named Lauren “Fix” is an ASE-certified automotive technician, who regularly appears in a host of national media outlets, giving car-care tips as a spokesperson for the nonprofit Car Care Council. In addition, Fix is a North American Car and Truck of the Year (NACTOY) juror, driving and critiquing auto manufacturers’ latest debuts, on roads and racetracks all over the world.

Lauren Fix discusses vehicles used as weapons

Lauren Fix Discusses Vehicles Used as Weapons

The Car Coach® discusses vehicles used as weapons and a report showing incidents of road rage on the rise, Tesla in trouble over its autonomous driving feature, and gas prices expected to continue a downward trend. Join Lauren on this episode of Put the Pedal to the Metal.

JBL Trip from Harman

JBL Trip from Harman

Automotive expert Lauren Fix, The Car Coach shares how to get clear, crisp bluetooth technology for your car and beyond with JBL TRIP from HARMAN. Stay safe, minimize distractions and get fantastic sound with this new technology tested by your favorite Car Coach!

Lauren Fix Discusses Volkswagen Agreeing to Pay its U.S. Customers

The Car Coach discuss Volkswagen agreeing to pay $5,000 to each of its U.S. customers to settle diesel scandal claims, the possibility of VW offering a buyback program, the VW scandal causing state DMVs to call for tougher air tests, and whether it’s time for mandatory emissions inspections to return to all states.

Fine Surface Prep Mitt

Fine Surface Prep Mitt

Griot’s Garage Fine Surface Prep Mitts are the fastest, most comfortable way to remove stubborn above-surface stains and contaminants on your car.

MidPoint with Lauren Fix and Mark Kennedy

MidPoint with Lauren Fix and Mark Kennedy

The Car Coach joins Mark Kennedy, former Congressman from Minnesota in the MidPoint arena. They’ll discuss the South Carolina police officer charged with murder, life in prison or death for the Boston bomber, what changes have been made in the year since the VA scandal broke. Lauren Fix and Mark Kennedy will also review the University of Michigan deciding to show the ‘American Sniper’ movie after first saying they wouldn’t, Maya Angelou’s stamp featuring a quote by someone else and the NFL’s first female referee.

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