Inside the new Silverado is an interior that has been stretched and widened to accommodate people and equipment in comfort. I was a little disappointed in some of the material choices in my LT Double cab, but the revision gets an A. It’s more modern and despite some materials, has a more upscale look.
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AUTO REVIEW: 2019 Silverado Double Cab Pickup

NNPA NEWSWIRE — “…Most folks purchase trucks as their main source of transportation, even if the vehicles are used for work. The Silverado can certainly put in work, but it has a very relaxed feel on the highway. The suspension soaks up bumps with aplomb and despite being larger and wider, the truck doesn’t drive big.” […read more]

The Nautilus does not scream at you but instead exudes an upscale, luxurious look. It has the corporate face shared by the Continental and Navigator, but for me seems to make the best use of the face.
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AUTO REVIEW: 2019 Lincoln Nautilus review

NNPA NEWSWIRE — “…About those seats. If Lincoln gets out the car business, it should dive head first into the luxury furniture market. These seats were fabulous. The rear seats reclined and the manual controls to do so were so easy to reach it was scary. Why aren’t all automobiles built like this? The comfort level was something special.” […read more]

The 2019 Edge could park itself – perpendicular or horizontally. It rode on a slick set of 20-inch alloy wheels. And it had evasive steering assist, adaptive cruise control, voice controls and a premium audio system.
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AUTO REVIEW: 2019 Ford Edge

NNPA NEWSWIRE — The 2019 Edge had a suite of safety equipment that has been branded Ford Co-Pilot360™. It included pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, a lane-keeping system, and a rearview camera with cross-traffic alert and automatic LED high-beams. The Edge is Ford’s first utility vehicle with post-impact braking; rain-sensing windshield wipers were also standard. […read more]