Suzuki SX-4 Crossover review – The nimble soft-roader adventurer

Who remembers the 1st generation Suzuki SX-4? Well, I am sure some of you do remember the brand. It has been since 2012 since Suzuki left the U.S. automarket and Suzuki is still alive and well and churning out new models overseas. Take this 2nd generation Suzuki SX-4, which now adds the Crossover (Taiwan market)…

Toyota Sienta review – The versatile family hauler

The all new Toyota Sienta was released on October 2016 for the Taiwanese car market as a replacement for the vulnerable Toyota Wish. After years of study by the local Toyota distributor, they finally decided to locally assemble and introduce the JDM sized Sienta. The first generation RHD JDM Sienta was shown at the 2014…

My private jet on wheels experience with Vonlane

Reminiscent of the bygone era when flying, bus and train transportation used to be great, Vonlane has brought back luxurious bus travel in the Texas triangle, which are the cities of Austin, Dallas, and Houston. Vonlane touts itself as the private jet on wheels. I heard about Vonlane through my relatives and from online posts….

Gogoro Smartscooter – The future of electric mopeds is here

Electric cars have been gaining popularity during the last few years. The Tesla brand seems to be getting to most attention with their innovative line up. However, in many cities all across the globe owning a car may not be practical nor is it affordable. This is were Gogoro comes in, the Smartscooter brings an…

Suzuki Jimny review – The tried and true off-roader

The  small SUV category has seen several entrants in the last few years, but none are truly off-road capable and are more likely to be seen in a mall parking lot than on a trail. Although few people take SUVs off-road these days. The Suzuki Jimny has been around since 1998 and over the years…

Luxgen S3 – Not your ordinary compact sedan.

The sedan market is very crowded and often at times hard to compete in. Luxgen learned that the hard way with the well-received S5 sedan, unfortunately sales of the S5 sedan turned out to be a dud. However, Luxgen didn’t want to give up the lucrative sedan market, so they took a step further and…