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2017 Kia Cadenza Review

Kia continues to assert the meaning of “magnificence,” and the Cadenza is typical example. The large interior is well equipped with high quality materials; nappa leather as well as heated rear outboard seats are available. A 290-hp 3.3-liter V-6 mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive is the best engine choice. Available safety tech includes blind-spot and forward-collision warning, adaptive cruise control, rear-park assist and automated emergency braking. For 2017, the second-generation Cadenza arrives, and it gracefully moves farther up in execution, carving out a niche among full-size…

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Choosing the Best Snow Truck Tires

During our current testing of 53 different models of all-season, all-terrain, and winter/snow truck tires, Consumer Reports has noticed a significant change by manufacturers. Tire makers have started to apply the mountain/snowflake symbol (shown below, it’s also called the Alpine symbol) that traditionally designates winter/snow tires and their snow traction capability to all-season and all-terrain tires. That move could confuse tire shoppers. Dedicated winter/snow tires deliver a clear advantage in snow, because their tread compound stays pliable in the cold and the many slits, or sipes, in their tread provide…

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