Our little family loves to explore. While school and finances may not allow us to travel internationally as much as we’d like, we appreciate all that the world has to offer- starting in our own backyard. So that means local road trips and exploring. And while a larger vehicle for longer trips might be appealing, the savings factor with a smaller car is what allows us to travel more.
Two years ago we reviewed our first Mazda- the 2014 Mazda 6. After a week with it last time, it quickly became one of our favorites for a family car that dad would enjoy driving too. Earlier last month we were reunited when we had the chance to spend a week with the 2016 Mazda6 i Grand Touring. With a week full of planned destinations, we were excited to test
Chocolate Covered Kia Before the Kia Soul was delivered right before Valentines Day, I will admit I was pretty sure it wouldn’t go down in my list of favorites. If you’ve seen the commercials, you most likely associate the Soul with lime green, hamsters, and Lady Gaga. All of those things are awesome, but didn’t do much to entice me to want to get into this car. Fast forward a week
My family and I recently had the chance to review the 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer for a week. Just in time for New Years Eve, the rally red color had us all in a fun holiday spirit. To top it off, with the first winter storm of 2014, we even had the chance to see how well it handled in the snow. Lancers have always been a cool car to have
Recently I had the opportunity to test out the 2014 Mazda6 Grand Touring for a week. As a family of four who isn’t ready to pay more in gas for a van or SUV, it was great to try out a fuel efficient car that was roomy and comfortable enough for each of us-especially my hubby who easily feels cramped and uncomfortable driving smaller cars. At 40 MPG Highway,
Briana is trying to take over my job now too! This week I had the opportunity to drive around the 2014 Madza6 Grand Touring (well my hubby drove as I enjoyed the comfortable passenger seats!) You’ll see a post later from me about my thoughts, but Briana also wanted to do her first car review. Check it out! Thanks to DriveSti for giving me the opportunity to try out the
I hope you get a chance this weekend to check out the New York International Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan. You don’t have to be a car connoisseur to enjoy it, there is something for everyone at this annual show! I personally had fun walking around, looking at everything from potential cars for my family to ones I can dream of for now (see possible Bronxmama