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Jason Fogelson

Twelfth Time’s the Charm: Driving the 2020 Toyota Corolla

by Jason Fogelson I’ve never owned a Toyota Corolla. I don’t know how I have avoided it, because I have owned at least five of the other top 10 best-selling vehicles of all time. Corolla has been manufactured over 12... Continue Reading →

Hoopla for the Supra

by Jason Fogelson Ever since the Supra made its debut at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit this January, I’ve been itching to get a drive. I waited (sort of) patiently, bugging my local Toyota reps every... Continue Reading →

Gaining Elevation in the 2020 Kia Telluride SX V6 AWD

by Jason Fogelson The last time Kia launched a midsize three-row SUV, the 2009 Kia Borrego, the company’s timing couldn’t have been less fortunate. Arriving in late 2008, the body-on-frame Borrego was available with a V8 engine. With base prices... Continue Reading →

Automatic for the People: The 2020 Polaris Slingshot

Slingshot takes a shot at mass appeal with a new engine and automatic transmission.

All About Electric Motorcycles

by Jason Fogelson Electric motorcycles are here, and soon they’ll make sense for many riders. In order to understand the latest crop of electric motorcycles, I think you have to look backward to the development of batteries, electric motors, the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Restorations by Charles Strickler

by Jason Fogelson A lot of car and motorcycle-related books cross my desk. Most are non-fiction, either historical accounts of significant events, biographies of major industry figures, memoirs of drivers, mechanics or restorers, detailed tributes to brands or models, or... Continue Reading →

Is a BEV in Your Future?

by Jason Fogelson I recently reviewed the 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus for AutoTrader. It’s a fine vehicle in many respects. With an estimated 226 miles of range on a single charge, it can serve as an able commuter. It will... Continue Reading →

Musings on the Detroit Auto Show

by Jason Fogelson The 2019 North American International Auto Show press days are in the books. Some of my colleagues are calling it “The Last Detroit Auto Show,” because in 2020, NAIAS will move to June, avoiding the Michigan winter.... Continue Reading →

Autoline

by Jason Fogelson I'm always happy to share my opinions about cars and the car business. Every once in a while, someone invites me into their studio to do just that. This week, I was a guest panelist on Autoline... Continue Reading →

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