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We’re Moving: Come Check Out the New AutoNation Drive!

Regular readers of AutoNation Drive might have noticed that the site hasn’t been being updated as much — and there’s a good reason for that. We’re moving! Over the past month, we’ve been moving posts over to the new version of AutoNation Drive, and there’s lots to be excited about! First, we’re still going to continue to provide a steady stream of vehicle reviews from our same great group of writers. We’ll also be adding more staff, and start utilizing all the functionality the new platform has to offer. That…

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Our Commitment to Accessibility AutoNation is committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities enjoy full access to our AutoNation Drive website. In recognition of this commitment, we are in the process of making modifications to improve the accessibility and usability of this website, using the applicable portions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) as our standard. Our efforts are ongoing. Feedback We welcome your feedback on the accessibility of our AutoNation Drive website. Please let us know if you encounter accessibility barriers on our website so that we may…

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2019 Northwest Automotive Press Run to the Sun: Full List of Vehicles

For the last 13 years, journalists from across the Northwest have gathered in Oregon for the Northwest Automotive Press Association’s annual Run to the Sun. Originally designed for manufacturers to showcase their latest convertibles, the event has evolved as lineups have changed. Today, sedans and even SUVs can offer the kind of performance thrills that were formerly only found in conventional coupes — and the automotive world is far richer for it. Fortunately, despite the fact that it was the 13th running of the event, the 2019 Run to the…

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New Cadillac Motor Will Likely Power the Mid-Engine Corvette

Last week, Cadillac took the wraps off its new twin-turbo V-8. The 4.2-liter GF18 is a trick little unit, which houses the snails in the middle of the block’s V, a setup that helps dramatically reduce turbo lag. According to the General, the engine will produce 550 horsepower and 637 pound-feet of torque, and should provide plenty of motivation for the 2019 CT6 V-Sport. It’s been over three decades since Cadillac has had an engine all to itself, as recent years have seen cars sporting LT or LS motors, and we…

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