Smart Cars

Here are three 2019 automobiles that we chose for this women's issue for their handling, special features, pricing, and simply because the driver sits higher up for better visibility.

Driver’s Notebook Proud To American Edition

 Proud to be American Edition  By Dennis Malcolm Byron   The auto industry continues to evolve, and regarding American-born vehicles, here is what 2019 will bring for two of the past year’s standouts.

Pack them up, move them out

When looking for value, safety, cargo space, and technology to name a few categories, here are three compact SUVs that will make a family’s driving experience even more enjoyable.

Genesis Brings You Home

 Article Dennis Malcolm Byron | Photography Provided    In 2018, there have been some mind-blowing impressions in the automotive industry especially regarding the sectors of power and elegance. Here is our pick for dad that is sure to make Father’s Day unforgettable! 

Two words: Mind-blowing

 Article Dennis Malcolm Byron | Photography Photos courtesy of Mercedes-Benz  For you ladies who enjoy the rush of power a commercial jet gives during takeoff, the all-new 2018 AMG Mercedes-AMG E63 S emulates that sensation whenever its gas pedal hits the floor. This mid-size luxury sedan remarkably saddled up 603 horses in its twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 engine; it’s enough to…

Eco-friendly 4-Door

To garner the classification as “eco-friendly,” there is a very popular misconception that an automobile has to be small, conservative in design, and lacking luxurious amenities. The 2018 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited successfully disproves these assumptions. 

Proud to be American in 2018

Maintaining the Driver’s Notebook  tradition of featuring new models from automakers originally from the US, the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse mid-SUV and 2018 Ford Mustang GT are prime examples of how innovation will continue to progress. 

Tops for 2017

The year 2017 has been an amazing year for automobiles. From impressive compacts with all-electric engines increasing their distance to muscle-flexing pick-ups providing thrills while lugging heavy loads, car enthusiasts will not forget the last 12 months. Besides the automobiles Driver’s Notebook has featured so far in various publications this year, here are a few more that deserve accolades worth mentioning…

2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV:  The all-new 2017 Chevy Bolt EV is electrifying.

Whether on a mission to preserve Earth by not contributing emissions, to save money on purchasing the always fluctuating price of gas, to cash in on tax benefits, or to simply enjoy the use of solely electricity, the all-new 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is highly impressive. 

2017 Honda Type R

With our first annual Driver’s Notebook Cars of the Year Awards coming up where the most impressive model in various categories receives Lifestyle Publication's accolades, the all-new Honda TYPE R is a definite nominee in the Sport and All-New categories.