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Daytona Beach driving rates will jump for first time since â€™9601/23/2015
According to the Daytona Beach News-Journal, the price hike is the first since 1996. The money will be used to pay for lifeguards and beach cleanup and is estimated to make up a quarter of the county’s $10.7 million beach budget.
Autoweek in review
Autoweek in review is where we bring you the biggest stories in the car world that you might have missed this week. Whether you were actually getting some work done or you stepped away from your computer for a moment, here's your chance to catch up and have something cool to talk about over the weekend.
2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali review notes01/23/2015
ROAD TEST EDITOR JONATHAN WONG: I might be hanging out with Raynal a little too much. With every drive of the latest generation of GM’s big body-on-frame SUVs, I come away very impressed by them. Heck, you can even say that I like the Chevrolet Suburban, Cadillac Escalade and this 2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali. A couple of nights in it saw me using all the generous cargo space on a supply run for the family restaurant and then the following night I hauled five people to the movies in a snow storm.
So who needs something this big? Well, I suppose someone who owns a Chinese restaurant could find all the space useful. Both the second- and third-row of seats are power folding and fold flat. This allowed me to load up plenty of Styrofoam containers. I believe I stuffed 16 cases in there in addition to various other items. It was a great haul of supplies.
The next night it was off to see “Taken 3” with a car full of friends who enjoyed all the space and comfort in the Yukon XL Denali’s interior. Heated second-row seats were a hit and all the legroom was enjoyed, preventing people from being scrunched together.
2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport first drive01/22/2015
What is it?
As one Land Rover official put it, the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is nothing less than the "most important SUV in five years." Sounds like he's exaggerating -- he's British, after all. Still, when you consider 2014 was a record sales year for Land Rover (51,000 sold in the U.S.), it's clear the new seven-seat-capable Discovery Sport has some weight on its shoulders to keep the momentum going.