Since its debut, the XE has essentially been a smaller clone of Jaguar's mid-size XF. The 2020 updates, however, bring it even closer to its bigger brother. First, the look of the XE’s front end starts with powerful LED headlights accented with J-shaped running lights. In the rear, all versions feature updated rear bumpers with separated chrome exhaust tips. The performance R-Dynamic models swaps black exterior trim in place of chrome and features sportier alloy wheels up to 21 inches in diameter.
You might have the preconceived notion that car detailing is all about racing stripes and other bright decals and vinyl. When in reality car detailing just means a thorough cleaning of your vehicle from the inside out. When you go to get your car detailed you can choose to have them focus solely on the interior, exterior, or both. You can also choose the level of detailing you want from a quick wax and shine to a more extensive detailing which includes buffing out scratches and other exterior blemishes.
While buffing out blemishes is a bonus at the very least we recommend a basic exterior detailing. This normally includes everything from a wash to applying a sealant. Detailers normally start with a high-powered wash immediately followed by a hand washing with a mild soap. The exterior wash is extremely important since it will remove all of the debris from your car you accumulate from daily driving. Some debris like road salt are abrasive and can cause damage over time. When road salt is left to its own devices it will start to break down the protective barrier on your vehicle and eventually cause paint damage and even rust. Corrosive materials that end build up on your vehicle over time is the biggest reason we recommend getting your vehicle detailed every so often.
When Land Rover developed the all-new 2020 Range Rover Evoque they paid specific attention to sustainability and reducing their carbon footprint. Every single Range Rover Evoque uses up to 72.8-lbs of natural and recycled materials. These recycled materials come from post-consumer or post-industrial sources within the supply chain.
Twenty years after the very first Audi A6 was introduced the luxury sedan is back for the 2019 model year with a fresh re-design, which earned the 2019 A6 a Best Luxury AWD Sedan award from Edmunds. The fifth generation A6 continues to offer superior road handling capabilities along with a new mild hybrid system and more high-tech and safety features than ever before.
The 2019 Audi A6 starts things off with the Premium model which comes standard with a slew of features including a panoramic sunroof which provides the cabin with an open-airy feeling. Inside the cockpit of the A6 you’ll find an 8.8-inch main infotainment touchscreen along with an 8.6-inch lower touchscreen, navigation, smartphone integration, a 10-speaker sound system, a universal garage door opener, leather upholstery, heated power-adjustable front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, driver-seat memory functions, and 40/20/40-split folding rear seats, and four USB ports.
With a comprehensive standard safety package, a spacious comfortable interior, and a laundry list of luxurious features it’s no wonder the new Volvo XC60 has won the Edmunds 2019 Best Family Luxury Small SUV award. Edmunds didn’t just stop there though, they continued to give the XC60 high marks by placing it on several of their other best of 2019 lists. The XC60 was also named one of Edmunds’ Best Gas Mileage SUVs, the XC60 T8 was named one of Edmunds’ Best Luxury SUVs, and the XC60 Hybrid was named one of Edmunds’ Best Hybrid SUVs.
This award winning SUV comes in three different trim levels, all of which can be paired with your choice of three different powertrains. The trim levels are called Momentum, R-Design, and Inscription, while the powertrains options are easily differentiated by their names; T5, T6, and T8 eAWD Plug-in Hybrid.
If you’re in the market for a new family car, there are several features that are absolute must haves that will make your life so much easier.
First off if you’re in the market for a minivan rather than an SUV or sedan we highly recommend opting for power-sliding doors, especially the ones that open and close at the push of a button. These are great for when your hands are full carrying your kids and when your kids are still small to open and close the heavy doors themselves. One of the best features of power-sliding doors is that they will stop if they detect something like fingers so they’ll be no more tears over smashed fingers.