While some have suggested that the new 2018 Volkswagen Atlas is late to the midsize SUV party, it’s a beefy vehicle with a ton of character. The Atlas’ all-wheel-drive configuration gets power from a strong V-6 engine, which can make short work of unpaved gravel roads. Even the base front-wheel drive model comes with aRead more about The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas Is the Midsize SUV That Drives Like A Full-Size SUV[…]
Winter is coming and it is time for that annual ritual every sensible and responsible car owner must perform – preparing your car and yourself for the cold season. Spending a few hours arranging all the stuff you need can make all the difference between a minor delay on the road and a major emergency with dangerous consequences. Read ahead for information on how you should prep your car and your emergency kit to have a safe and incident-free winter. Read more about Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter Emergencies in Portland, OR …
The 2017 Audi A4 proves that the car manufacturer still dominates the market and offers rich technology in a luxury package. Starting at $37,300, the 4-door A4 is packed with a new interior, increased horsepower, and better technology and safety features. Here is a closer look at what the A4 offers.
Although the A4 has only received subtle changes from the previous model, it remains an attractive option. The 2017 version has a wider grill and slimmer headlights, which make the car appear lower. Few other differences are evident. Read more about Get to Know The 2017 Audi A4 …
For a nice, relaxing environment to watch movies outdoors in the cool evening after a warm day, check out this comprehensive list of free (or really cheap) outdoor movies. Most movies are in parks, but also be sure to check out some “dive-in” movies in some local pools.
Farmer’s markets, found all over the Portland area, carry a wide variety of locally grown produce, baked goods, meats and seafood, gourmet cheeses, honeys, jams, juices, flowers, plants and more. Most farmer’s markets book local musicians for entertainment and usually host a few food carts and other community booths. Farmer’s markets generally start in the spring time and run through fall, although a few continue to run into winter and all year round. The offerings are seasonal, so you can expect to find strawberries in the summer, peppers in the fall and limited fresh items in the winter. For a list of seasonal fruits and vegetables in Oregon, here is a good resource at aglink.com.