Write a comment The Ford Bronco is back!! After a 25-year break, Ford has decided to revive their Bronco nameplate. The original Bronco was introduced in 1965, it was Ford’s first SUV, and was in production until 1996. The original Bronco was a small 2-door off-road vehicle, competing with vehicles like the Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scout. The Bronco was replaced by the huge Ford Expedition, that was around the time SUVs were starting to become popular. Unlike previous generations of the Ford Bronco, the 6th generation Bronco comes in two different formats. The Bronco and Bronco Sport. The big Bronco isn’t available for sale yet, but you can still buy the Bronco nameplate in the form of the smaller Bronco Sport. Last week I had the opportunity to review a 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands, below are my thoughts on the newest CUV from Ford. 2021 Ford Bronco Sport Canadian Prices
Write a comment It can be tempting to choose to buy a new car over a second-hand car as a new driver. After all, it’s your first car, and you want to be able to get around in the best way possible. But buying a newer model can come with a higher purchase cost, and as such, it may feel too expensive. Comparing the cost of buying a new car as a new, inexperienced driver can actually be the best option for you in the future. As with anything, there are pros and cons to buying a new car over a used car and vice versa. Better Financing Options When choosing a newer model or brand new car as a new driver, it can be the case that
Write a comment Everyone takes electricity for granted, until there’s a major power outage and you realize just how reliant we’ve become upon it. We saw it firsthand with that winter storm that paralyzed Texas recently, not to mention when the California wildfires forced the utility company to cut power for safety reasons. And when hurricanes make landfall, they usually knock down a few power lines along the way and take down power for days at a time. But it’s not just natural disasters. If you’re someone who’s into outdoor activities like camping or overlanding, you know that there’s not always an electrical outlet when you want one, and there are few thoughts so fundamentally terrifying to the modern people than being without power when you need it. That’s why it’s time to invest in a portable power
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