Drive Notes: 2022 Mercedes-Benz C300 4MATIC AWD

Today's drive notes centers around a car I won't review because this loan is short -- just a couple of days, since I am traveling. It's too bad I am not getting a full week with this 2022 Mercedes-Benz C300 4MATIC, but I am enjoying this car. Well, mostly.

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TTAC Drive Notes: 2023 Kia Sportage Hybrid

Hi there, this is take two of our new series in which I give you short notes on something I am driving or have driven recently. It doesn't necessarily mean a given car will or won't get a full review in the future -- it's just a chance to hit some highlights sooner since it can take some time before a full review gets published. And some cars don't get full reviews, anyway.

Today's ride: The 2023 Kia Sportage Hybrid.

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  • FreedMike I were Musk, I'd be leaning HARD on the Texas legislature to end that state's BS restrictions on selling Teslas there - the company spent billions on this plant, and will spend billions more employing Texans to work there.
  • Verbal Potato car.
  • Zerofoo Only the very bravest buys a German car so far outside of warranty.The Interlagos Blue is very pretty though.
  • FreedMike Good for them! They just as easily could have built a plant in Mexico and saved a ton of money on south-of-the-border land and labor. Hopefully this is the first of MANY foreign manufacturers who decide to build EVs domestically.