After showing a new 3-row version of its midsize RX SUV at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, Lexus expands its crossover lineup on the small side with subcompact UX, which it revealed at the Geneva Auto Show.
The UX is the first Lexus built on the brand’s new GA-C corporate architecture, and will slot beneath the luxury carmaker’s NX crossover in both size and price.
Class: Large Car
Miles driven: 1100
Fuel used: 44.7 gallons
I’ve never heard it suggested that the Cadillac HT4100 V8 engine was flawed because it was rushed into production, but there is evidence to indicate that that was indeed the case.
If you don’t remember the HT4100, you’re not alone. As a result of the powerplant’s flaws (more on those in a moment) Cadillac marketing folks dropped the HT moniker after a few years, leaving subsequent updated versions of the engine unbranded.
To everyone who says cars have gotten too expensive, I say phooey. Cars cost about the same now as they have for decades, inflation adjusted.
Class: Premium Compact Crossover
Miles driven: 259
Fuel used: 13.0 gallons
Class: Compact SUV
Miles driven: 294
Fuel used: 18.6 gallons
Any good headhunter will tell you that it pays to be flexible when looking for a job. Sure, experience is good, but being willing and able to adapt to different projects almost always impresses potential employers.