2017 Honda Odyssey: Bring On The US Hybrid!

Although they share the same moniker, the Honda Odyssey made for Japan and for the US are totally different minivans. So it’s easy to assume that the hybrid variant bound for Japan isn’t going to fit in the US model, right? Well, with Honda’s aggressive push for electrification led by new CEO Takahiro Hachigo, we Read more about 2017 Honda Odyssey: Bring On The US Hybrid![…]

Motorola Nexus 6: Mistake That Found Its Niche

Its release wasn’t met with utmost love due in large part to the presence of the Nexus 5, but the Motorola Nexus 6 managed to find for itself a subset of customers that don’t have much options in the market anymore. Motorola has come out to say that making the device was a learning experience, Read more about Motorola Nexus 6: Mistake That Found Its Niche[…]

Oh, Snap! – ‘Compelling’ Camera Is Do Or Die For HTC One M10

The market’s demands are the market’s demands. There are surely a minority that’s not very small preferring HTC not to follow the HTC One A9 direction with its new flagship, but those who want a better camera far outnumber those who want good speakers. HTC has said that its camera is going to provide and Read more about Oh, Snap! – ‘Compelling’ Camera Is Do Or Die For HTC One M10[…]

2016 Toyota RAV4 Bringing Fix To Ugly Look

If there is one reason the 2016 Toyota RAV4 has overtaken the Honda CR-V in sales, it’s definitely not because people likes how it looks. The SUV is unsightly, to say the least; but it’s trying to remedy its looks as we approach the Geneva Auto Show. According to Carscoops, an RAV4 Hyrbid Sapphire will Read more about 2016 Toyota RAV4 Bringing Fix To Ugly Look[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Record-Breaking Sales? Nope, Still Too Early

By fixing issues brought up for the Galaxy S6/Edge through bringing back the microSD card and enlarging battery capacity, Samsung deserves to pat itself in the back. The fact that its camera has improved significantly is also a reason to celebrate. As a result, Samsung is reportedly producing over 17 million units of the S7 Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Record-Breaking Sales? Nope, Still Too Early[…]

Nexus 6P Risks Falling Like Sony Xperia Z5, HTC One M9

In the smartphone arena, it is all roses for the Nexus 6P as it is too frequently lauded as the bestest (I know, not a word) of the best because of getting OS update priority, a vanilla Android experience, as well as super duper crazy fast specs. When the Sony Xperia Z3 was launched, everyone Read more about Nexus 6P Risks Falling Like Sony Xperia Z5, HTC One M9[…]

BlackBerry PRIV: All Devices To Android From Now?

BlackBerry managed to save itself from sinking as low as Windows Mobile by making the jump to Android with the BlackBerry PRIV. The company refused to give up on its own in-house OS, and insisted that BlackBerry 10 will continue on some of its devices. The future of the OS looks bleak as WhatsApp has Read more about BlackBerry PRIV: All Devices To Android From Now?[…]

2017 Audi Q2: Wait, Thor’s Hammer Headlights?

Of course there can never be enough SUVs in this day and age as automakers find every little space available between models to slot in more models with slightly varied dimensions. In what looks like a candid leaked image, the Audi Q2 appears blurred out but most of its outline can be made out. Is Read more about 2017 Audi Q2: Wait, Thor’s Hammer Headlights?[…]

2018 Buick Avista: A More Stylish Genesis G90 – Why Not?

Perhaps GM doesn’t want to botch a masterpiece of a design they have made for the Buick Avista, or perhaps it is the fear of intruding into Cadillac territory, but the insistence that two-door coupe is only a design study is a ludicrous one since it will propel the mid-premium brand to new heights. Word Read more about 2018 Buick Avista: A More Stylish Genesis G90 – Why Not?[…]

2016 Chevrolet Cruze Invades Familiar Market – Will Camaro Ever Arrive?

GM is not called GM everywhere. In Australia, the company is known as Holden, and many nameplates from GM that extends to Oz – be it from Buick, Opel, or Chevrolet – is usually parked under the Holden brand name. That’s not going to be the case for the Holden Cruze, as it is going Read more about 2016 Chevrolet Cruze Invades Familiar Market – Will Camaro Ever Arrive?[…]

2017 Ford Fiesta ST200 vs Ford Focus ST: Do We Really Need A Fiesta RS?

There’s no need to be so deflated that there won’t be a Ford Fiesta RS as Blue Oval has come up with an upgraded Fiesta ST model that might just be worth the money, or as an proper alternative to the Focus ST. Enhancements made to the Fiesta ST, in terms of driving features and Read more about 2017 Ford Fiesta ST200 vs Ford Focus ST: Do We Really Need A Fiesta RS?[…]

2016 Nissan Leaf: Tech Downgrade – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Sometimes it’s just not worthwhile to include certain features in your vehicle when you’re not able to do it properly. Nissan has learned that as its NissanConnect EV app for the Nissan Leaf, which allows owners to check driving patterns and battery status as well as remotely utilize other functions, is vulnerable to unauthorized access. Read more about 2016 Nissan Leaf: Tech Downgrade – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: New Platform, Sharper Autopilot, Model S Range

As the unveiling of the 2017 Tesla Model 3 draws nearer, folks are getting their money ready to put down orders as early as possible. We’re sure more will be lining up with their $1,000 deposits once they learn what the Model 3 will have in store. Tesla CTO JB Straubel spilled some details on Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: New Platform, Sharper Autopilot, Model S Range[…]

2016 Tesla Model X: Model Y Couldn’t Come Sooner

The hype surrounding Tesla won’t be dying down anytime soon. For a company with only three vehicles out on the roads, Tesla is making plenty of waves. The one making the biggest wave isn’t even out there yet, and it’s the Tesla Model 3. But as important as the car is to those with tight Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X: Model Y Couldn’t Come Sooner[…]

2017 Honda Civic: Dream Of Si Alive In Hatchback

It probably doesn’t need to be said that the 2016 Honda Civic has blown its rivals away. Other than the recall affecting those with the base 2.0L engine, Honda is running hot right now. After an incredible response to the sedan, we’re awaiting the Civic hatchback that is due for an appearance in Switzerland. It’s Read more about 2017 Honda Civic: Dream Of Si Alive In Hatchback[…]

2018 Toyota Camry Needs Prius Platform To Fight Accord

If you’re looking for sedans that have survived through the ages, you don’t have to look beyond the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. In the commercial sense, they remain among the top ten best-selling vehicles in January. In a technical sense, these two nameplates run the risk of being irrelevant, so they are due for Read more about 2018 Toyota Camry Needs Prius Platform To Fight Accord[…]

HTC One M10: More Storage Options? Yes Please!

There isn’t much news on the HTC One M10 beyond the fact that it is built around the core design that made the HTC One A9 happen. Another piece of small news for the upcoming flagship is that users don’t necessarily have to rely on microSD support, or they can get a cheaper model while Read more about HTC One M10: More Storage Options? Yes Please![…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Size Matters – S6 Edge+ Goes Extinct

Samsung has one more flagship line to release this year now that it’s done with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Interestingly, there is no S7 Edge+ this year, which means that Samsung must have learned its lesson selling the plus-sized S6 Edge+ and Note 5 together. So fans in the UK who were disappointing Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Size Matters – S6 Edge+ Goes Extinct[…]

2017 Mercedes S-Class: More Options, Production Headache

Industry advancements have meant that jobs that are usually done by people are threatened to be taking over by machines, leaving people marooned as they cannot match up to the precision of their robotic counterparts. It’s not all doom and gloom though. Precision doesn’t necessarily translate to flexibility, as demonstrated by Mercedes’ initiative to bring Read more about 2017 Mercedes S-Class: More Options, Production Headache[…]

2017 Toyota C-HR: Prius, RAV4 Get Schooled In Styling

Over the years, it has gone through several conceptual versions, and has jumped back and forth between Toyota and Scion, but the production model Toyota is finally set. It was initially thought to be aimed at the wacky Nissan Juke with equally wacky proportions. The model heading to the Geneva Auto Show proves that that’s Read more about 2017 Toyota C-HR: Prius, RAV4 Get Schooled In Styling[…]