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Cherokee offers first taste of some automated tech

By Michael St. Clair

The genius of technology is not always that it allows us to do something we couldn’t do ourselves, but that it takes repetitive or slightly challenging tasks and makes them easier, simpler or more precise. In fact, that’s ...


Elegant and versatile, with a ride second-to-none

By Michael St. Clair

I love my car. People that I know also agree that I love my car.  Sometimes, though, I love my job, too, because sometimes I get to find out what it’s like to drive luxury cars. The 2014 Buick Enclave is pleasant to drive. It has ...


Technology ices the cake of the Honda Civic LX

By Michael St. Clair

I look forward to driving Honda Civics.  I’ve learned that the Civic is a delightful palette cleanser — a smart, easy-to-drive car that sets a standard to judge other cars. I’ve always appreciate the impression of solid, ...


Finding the hard-to-find driving experience in a midsize

By Michael St. Clair

Earlier this week, someone pointed out to me that Chrysler’s sales have been on an upswing. It’s easy to see why when you take a look at this 2015 200S sedan. “In and out, top to bottom, left to right, it’s completely ...


Roomy Equinox provides comfort and efficiency

By Michael St. Clair

I’m starting to feel old, even though I’ve only been writing these columns for 14 years. Why am I feeling old? Because I’m starting to think about using the words “Back in my day” when I write these ...


Highlander Limited provides quiet, power and value

By Michael St. Clair

When I picked the 2014 Toyota Highlander Limited up at Western Slope Auto, Brian Onsrud, sales consultant, pointed out how quiet the cabin was going to be. “They’ve done a lot to improve it, including eliminating the roof-rack, ...


The attractive and accessible Ford Fusion

By Michael St. Clair

The first time I saw the updated design on the Ford Fusion (the 2013 model year), I wasn’t quite sure what I was seeing.  I couldn’t make out the badging, and the front end reminded me of a prototype I once had the fortune of ...


Looking for a new car? Start with a credit counselor

By Penny Stine

Perhaps you’re hearing that dreaded clunk, clunk noise or maybe you’re tired of driving a vehicle that gets less than 20 miles per gallon or simply want to drive something that doesn’t make people laugh when you pull up and ...

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