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Brett Solomon has been covering the world of car electronics since 1993 as a true enthusiast. He was the Editor-at-Large of CarSound & Performance Magazine. More recently, he has written for the automotive trade, but he still loves the consumer! He is a member of the International Motor Press Association.

Well, it’s no Montero, but Mitsu reveals new Outlander

When Mitsubishi gave us a tease for a New York Auto Show vehicle, we were hoping for it to be a Montero. But we’ll settle for the more refined Outlander.

Escalade Escapades: On rear seat entertainment and MPGs

We take a look at the infotainment setup in the redesigned Cadillac Escalade, and we compare its MPGs to the Ford Expedition King Ranch we tested recently.

JVC KD-R85MBS ready for boating season

The JVC KD-R85MBS is ready for boating season with a range of connectivity options and a full array of accessories to get your tunes wailing on the water.

FlashLogic cracks Fiat-Chrysler code to keep you warm

FlashLogic remote start is now available for a wide range of vehicles from Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles.

Range Rover Sport gets NY Auto Show overhaul

The Range Rover Sport will get a redesign for this year’s NY International Auto Show — and it’s getting a ton of cool engine and tech upgrades, too.

Spaceship: Of seating in the 2015 Transit Connect Wagon

The 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon has pretty darned nice seating for a transformed cargo van — although it comes with a learning curve, we must say.

Google releases Android Auto with Pioneer as its partner

Google and Pioneer officially announced Android Auto will come to Pioneer head units in the near future, beating automakers to the punch. Like old times!

New Chevy Malibu to be debuted in NYC

The NY Auto Show is coming, and one important vehicle to debut there this year will be the new Chevy Malibu, which will go on sale as a 2016 or 2017 model.

Spaceship: The 2015 Ford Transit Connect visits us

Some would struggle to deliver a family-friendly vehicle based on a commercial platform, but the Ford Transit Connect does it well.

Dual Electronics offers Bluetooth smart EQ processors

A new Smart EQ from Dual Electronics gives a lot more flexibility — we’re talking Bluetooth compatibility, folks — for larger audio systems.

What’s up with Apple’s Mystery Machine?

Is Apple investigating self-driving car tech, or merely preparing to introduce interesting new Maps app features? The Apple camera van mystery continues.

Insurance Shopping? Here are the 10 worst places to insure your car.

When my wife moved from Brooklyn to Long Island, her insurance dropped drastically — like nearly in half. And now I see why!

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