2019 Kia Sedona: Still Fetching, Still Offers a Lot

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2019 Kia Optima: Slim and Trim Changes – Official Photos and Info

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2019 Kia Optima: Kia’s Family Sedan Goes Under the Knife

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Blink and you might miss it. That’s how subtle the changes to the 2019 Kia Optima are. Those with discerning eyes will note the model wears a fresh front fascia with new LED running lights. Of greater importance to family-sedan buyers, though, is Kia’s decision to equip every 2019 Optima with advanced safety features such as automated emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, and lane-departure warning. READ MORE ››

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Don’t Forget Me: 2019 Kia Sedona Receives a Mid-Cycle Refresh

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The Kia Sedona has been spending time on the sidelines while updated versions of the Honda Odyssey and the Chrysler Pacifica have dominated minivan headlines the past few years. The Odyssey has impressed with its reinvigorated chassis and new features, while the sleek, well-appointed Pacifica has added a first ever plug-in hybrid version. With this mid-cycle refresh, Kia hopes to remind everybody that the attractive Sedona still exists and offers a well-rounded package. READ MORE ››

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Shade Tree Garage continues to raise awareness and funds for ALS Research

Customers and Morristown-area residents are encouraged to bring their vehicles to Shade Tree Garage for an oil change during the month of April. When they do, Shade Tree Garage will donate $3 of every oil change to support research at The Robert Packard Center, the only center of its kind dedicated solely to finding new therapies to slow or cure ALS.

ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a debilitating and progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. In the later stages of the disease, patients may become totally paralyzed, and between two and five years after diagnosis, patients will die.

O’Connor became a supporter of ALS when his brother, Gary, was diagnosed with the disease at the age of 52. Sadly, Gary passed away from the disease in March of 2012. “Just like many people, I was not fully aware of the effects of ALS until my brother was diagnosed with the disease. As soon as we heard, our entire family began to do whatever we could to raise funds for The Robert Packard Center.”

To schedule an appointment for an oil change in April, vehicle owners should call Shade Tree Garage at 973-540-9880.

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Going Long: Hyundai Kona Electric Packs a Lot of Juice

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It’s about a 225-mile drive around the Big Island of Hawaii on the main highway. Most of today’s fully electric cars simply can’t pack enough juice to do the entire loop—starting and ending in the Kona District, for instance. READ MORE ››

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2019 Hyundai Tucson Updated: Fresh Face, No More Turbo

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Hyundai is hard at work revamping its entire SUV lineup, having recently introduced the new subcompact Kona and a complete redesign of the mid-size Santa Fe. The compact Tucson isn’t left out, as an update for 2019 brings freshened looks, a revised powertrain lineup, and several new standard and optional tech features. READ MORE ››

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2019 Audi RS5 Sportback: Fast and Coming to the U.S. First

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Audi Sport, the Neckarsulm-based performance division of Audi, is opening another market segment with the RS5 Sportback, a 444-hp version of the A5 Sportback. It serves as a consolation prize for those of us who rightfully lament that the RS4 Avant won’t be offered in America. Under the skin, the two models are virtually identical. READ MORE ››

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2019 Audi RS5 Sportback: America First – Official Photos and Info

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2019 Cadillac XT4: Finally, a Smaller Caddy Crossover – Official Photos and Info

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