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The Best Cars Under $35,000

The Best Cars Under $35,000

Here’s a list of the 10 best cars that you can buy for under $35,000

If you are in the market for a new car, there are plenty of options available today. The price bracket doesn’t matter, because you have multiple offerings right from $20,000 to one million dollars, and even beyond that. The only difference is that the options are a lot more when you’re in the mass market segment, especially under $35,000. There’s no denying that the higher the choices, the more it can confuse a person. So, to help sort things for you to a certain extent, we’ve come up with a list of the 10 best cars under $35,000 that you can buy in 2022, and it includes vehicles ranging from crossovers to sedans to SUVs, and even cars from premium marques.

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Toyota Tacoma Gets Updated For 2023, Receives New SR5 SX and Chrome Packages

Toyota Tacoma Gets Updated For 2023, Receives New SR5 SX and Chrome Packages

Will the two new packages help the Toyota Tacoma retain its crown moving forward?

Toyota has updated its pickup trucks, the Tundra and the Tacoma, for the 2023 model year. There isn’t much done to the trucks per se, but the automaker has introduced packages for both of them. For the Tacoma, Toyota is offering two packages – the Chrome Package and the SX Package. Both of these are offered only on the SR5 grade. The other addition is the Solar Octane exterior shade for the TRD Pro. Will these additions be enough for the Tacoma to retain its number 1 spot in the midsize pickup truck segment?

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This Is How The Second-Gen Range Rover Sport Stacks Up Against Its New, Third-Gen Avatar

This Is How The Second-Gen Range Rover Sport Stacks Up Against Its New, Third-Gen Avatar

This is a deep-dive into the feature set of the new Sport to see what’s changed and how it compares to the outgoing L494 generation

The all-new 2023 Range Rover Sport finally broke cover a couple of days ago. After what was close to a decade in service, the old Sport was really in need of a complete overhaul and that is exactly what this third-gen model promises to be. An all-new Sport from the ground up.

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The Ferrari Purosangue Might Have a Dirty Secret

The Ferrari Purosangue Might Have a Dirty Secret

Against all odds, a new V-12 engine might land in the Purosangue

While automakers like BMW and Mercedes are downsizing their engine offerings in models like the 7 Series and even the Mercedes-AMG C43, super high-end automakers are instead using electrification to keep their legendary ICEs alive. Lamborghini has already announced a new hybrid V-12 while Bugatti has something big in the works for its next-gen supercars. Now, against all rhyme and reasoning in a time when downsizing and electrification are the key to survival, Ferrari has teased a new V-12 engine that will make its way into a “game-changing” model this summer. Now, folks, the writing is on the wall.

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The Ford F-150 Lightning Will Be Old By The Time The Tesla Cybertruck Arrives

The Ford F-150 Lightning Will Be Old By The Time The Tesla Cybertruck Arrives

The F-150 Lightning’s series production is all set to begin, making it the first full-size, mass-market, sub-$40,000 electric truck to hit the market

You might be wondering why a truck, that debuted almost a year ago, is being launched once again? Well, that’s because Ford showcased the truck on May 19, 2021, but the series production is all set to begin today (26th April). We pretty much know everything there is to know about the F-150 Lightning and its work-truck version, the F-150 Lightning Pro. But, this time, Ford has released the images of the truck at the company’s new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center.

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2022 Ford F-150 Lightning

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning

The F-150 Lightning has everything going in its favor except for the range and towing capacity

Ford debuted the F-150 Lightning in 2021, and the electric truck checks almost all the boxes and can be considered as the first mainstream electric pickup truck for the masses. There are a lot of electric trucks launched in recent years, like the Tesla Cybertruck, the Rivian R1T, the Lordstown Endurance, the Bollinger B2, etc. But, none of them offer the all-round capability that the F-150 Lightning does.

The Ford truck comes with all the bells and whistles one can ask for, and then some more. For now, Ford has launched it in one body style and three basic trims plus an exclusive work truck model, but expect it to grow in the coming years. With all the subsidies and credits, the F-150 Lightning works out to be the cheapest full-size truck in the market today! (more on this in the ‘Pricing’ section). From the looks of it, the F-150 Lightning seems to be an all-rounder that offers good power outputs, decent range, and a lot of tech features. Do you think it will be a runaway success, or will the loyalists look around at other trucks?

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Look Who's Back!! The County Sheriff Wants A Piece Of The C7 Corvette Z06

Look Who’s Back!! The County Sheriff Wants A Piece Of The C7 Corvette Z06

The Sheriff’s Explorer is back, this time taking on one of America’s best sports cars

The Jefferson County Sheriff is back with the trusty old Explorer, this time taking on the mental C7 Z06. Granted it’s not the latest C8 Z06, but, the previous iteration is no slouch either. Now, this isn’t the first time that we’ve seen the Jefferson County Police Cruiser at the Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado.

Wheels has previously featured it in a bunch of videos taking on cars like the Nissan R35 GT-R, the Tesla Model Y, a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500,, and a Chevy Camaro ZL1. Heck, it even went up against a Quad bike.

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2023 Alpina XB7 – What to Expect in 2023

2023 Alpina XB7 – What to Expect in 2023

The Alpina XB7 goes into production in December 2022 for the U.S. market and should hit the road in the first quarter of 2023

BMW just launched the updated X7 with a new design, updated iDrive 8 infotainment system, and a new hybrid assist system that increases efficiency across the board and supplies a boost of power to the entry-level xDrive 40i. These updates will also carry over to the Alpina XB7 as well, the highlight of which will be an impressive increase in horsepower that will be enough to put the XB7 at the top of the hierarchy.

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Jeep Has Stretched The Wagoneer and The Grand Wagoneer And Fitted Them With Brand-New Engines!

Jeep Has Stretched The Wagoneer and The Grand Wagoneer And Fitted Them With Brand-New Engines!

The Wagoneer L and the Grand Wagoneer L make their debut with a larger footprint, more space, and new turbocharged engines

Jeep introduced the Wagoneer concept back in September 2020 and released the production-spec SUV in 2021. It was branched out into two avatars – the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer. Fast forward to the present day, the automaker has decided to come up with stretched versions of both these vehicles with the ‘L’ suffix added to them. It seems to be a tried-and-tested method since Jeep did the same with the Grand Cherokee L as well. But, what makes the L versions of the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer even more special is that they come with the automaker’s new ‘Hurricane’ engine!

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2022 BMW X4 M - Driven

2022 BMW X4 M - Driven

The X4 M is one of the quirkiest models out there, and it gets even better for 2022

“Look at me,” the X4 M Competition screams as it rolls down the city streets, through parking lots, or just about anywhere cars and people come together. Based on the best-selling BMW X3, the X4 is so interesting and quirky because it ditches the X3’s “normal” roofline for something that is more coupe-inspired. It features the same twin-turbo inline-six found in the M3 and M4, which is why the X4 M is the highest-performing coupe-SUV in the compact segment. That doesn’t mean it’s not without some stout competition, though. Mercedes has the AMG GLC 63 Coupe in its stable, while Porsche has the Macan GTS. The X4 M was updated for the 2022 model year, though, which was quite a surprise since it was launched back in 2019 for the 2020 model year. BMW claims that it has taken customer feedback into consideration, but is it all smoke and mirrors? We spent a week with the updated 2022 BMW X4 M Competition to find out for ourselves.

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Watch A Ford Transit, A Mercedes Vito, and A Volkswagen Transporter Engage In Tugs-of-War

Watch A Ford Transit, A Mercedes Vito, and A Volkswagen Transporter Engage In Tugs-of-War

These utility vans have been pulled out of their comfort zone to do something they shouldn’t be doing

In its essence, vans are nothing more than people and luggage haulers. They are the bare minimum, utility vehicles that are, in most cases, a non-aspiration purchase. People wouldn’t buy them solely to go on long drives or to fulfill their adrenaline cravings. But, the ‘Carwow’ team decided to take three vans out of their comfort zone. Drag race? No no. They indulged the trucks in a tug-of-war to see which one can pull the best. I don’t know who even bothered to come up with such a van-dalizing idea, but he or she sure deserves a raise!

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The Lotus Eletre Will Be the Heaviest Vehicle in Company History

The Lotus Eletre Will Be the Heaviest Vehicle in Company History

As it turns out the Eletre is quite the porker, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be light for its segment

Lotus recently launched the all-new Eletre SUV, a model that’s been criticized for looking a bit too much like the Lamborghini Urus – or an evolution of it. There’s also some criticism around its billing as the “world’s first hyper SUV” when it doesn’t exactly post hypercar-like power or top speed, the latter of which comes in at 161 mph, by the way. 100 km/h or 62.1 mph is said to come in less than three seconds, but as of today, power output has only been disclosed at “from 600 horsepower.” Hyper SUV? Doesn’t seem like it, but that could just be consequential as a pair of new reports expose not only the Eletre’s weight but what else Lotus has planned for its future.

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This Ford F-250 Pickup Stretches Its Legs On An Unrestricted German Autobahn With No Speed Limits

This Ford F-250 Pickup Stretches Its Legs On An Unrestricted German Autobahn With No Speed Limits

Not that the Super Duty was ever built for speed, but just in case you were curious as to what this work truck can do at the limit on a public highway, here’s your answer

In their latest video, AutoTopNL took a Ford F-250 Super Duty to its top speed on an unrestricted section of Autobahn in Germany. Now, this isn’t the first time that a pickup has appeared on their channel.

The F-150 Raptor and the Ranger Raptor have also been previously featured. However, only the RAM 1500 had been previously let loose on the Autobahn, until now. Let’s see how the Super Duty gets to its top speed.

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If The H1 Wasn't Already Big Enough, This HUMVEE Has Taken Things To A Whole New Level

If The H1 Wasn’t Already Big Enough, This HUMVEE Has Taken Things To A Whole New Level

Say hello to the H1X3. Built in the UAE, what you’re looking at is the world’s biggest Hummer H1, and it actually moves

What you’re looking at, folks, is the world’s biggest Humvee. Based on the old civilian version of the M998 H1, which was never a small vehicle, to begin with, this one, dubbed the H1X3, built for the famed Rainbow Sheikh in the United Arab Emirates, takes it to a whole new level; and I mean that literally.

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Pickup Trucks: Can Audi Succeed Where Mercedes Failed?

Pickup Trucks: Can Audi Succeed Where Mercedes Failed?

What would you think about a pickup truck with an Audi badge plastered across the tailgate?

The idea of a luxury-level truck isn’t anything new. Some of the range-topping models from the Ford F-Series and the Chevy Silverado range certainly hit close to that border. Mercedes even tried to give it a go with the X-Class, but the approach was super lazy (it was basically a Nissan Navara with Mercedes emblems). Now, it looks like Audi is at least considering the idea of dipping its toes into the pool. Could it be that Audi doesn’t only want to pick up were Mercedes failed but actually compete with higher-range models of the Ford Ranger and Toyota Hilux? Well, this isn’t just some random rumor, and the concept is coming from someone with a lot of influence within the walls of Audi.

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