We Let the Dog Decide: The 2015 Nissan Juke SL vs. 2016 Honda HR-V EX
The mini-cute crossover utility genre that is currently booming with entrants like the Buick Encore, Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, Fiat 500X, Jeep Renegade, Nissan Juke and what appears to be the soon to be future king called the 2016 Honda HR-V are the Chihuahuas of the automotive world. But they are small, cute and surprisingly mighty.
Tesla Joins Chrysler, Ford, GM, Nissan, Toyota & Volkswagen At The Top Of HRC’s Corporate Equality Index (But What’s Hyundai Doing There?)
The Human Rights Campaign has just released its 2015 Corporate Equality Index, which rates America’s biggest companies on their LGBT-friendly policies. We’re happy to report that the auto industry picked up one A+ member since last year’s report was issued,…
Chrysler Takes To The Streets For Detroit’s Motor City Pride
In the automotive industry, Chrysler has become a leader on LGBT issues, and like other U.S. automakers, it consistently aces HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. Over the weekend, the company’s LGBT-friendliness was on view at Detroit’s Motor City Pride celebration. Chrysler sponsored…
BREAKING: Chevrolet Debuts Two Pro-LGBT Clips As Russia’s Winter Olympics Begin
LGBT-inclusive ad for the Chevrolet Traverse (debuted during the Sochi Winter Olympics)Chevrolet has just debuted two new ads — one for the Chevy Traverse, one for Chevrolet the brand. They feature images of LGBT families and same-sex marriages, accompanied by voiceovers that say things like, “[W]hile what it means to be a family hasn’t changed, what a family looks like has.”
The 2014 Cadillac SRX Brings Its A-Game To Lexus, Mercedes, And BMW
First, let’s just admit that while we drive a lot of SUVs and crossovers (honestly, we can’t think of one we haven’t tested), rarely if ever do we find ourselves inspired by one of these vehicles to the point that we made up far off destinations just so we could spend more time driving it. But we recently had a 2014 Cadillac SRX delivered with more sharp lines to its style statement that a fall line at Dolce & Gabbana.
Chevrolet Outs The 2012 Volt At Motor City Pride
By now, it seems like we’d be jaded at the sight of automakers expressing support for the LGBT community. After all, of the dozens of car companies doing business in the U.S., only four have failed to protect their LGBT employees from discrimination and put them on equal footing with their straight peers.
Nissan Talks About Its Policies For LGBT Employees & Its Low HRC Score
Last month, we told you about the Human Rights Campaign’s 2012 Corporate Equality Index, which scored companies according to how well they treat their LGBT employees. Chrysler, Ford, and Toyota aced the study, with General Motors, Subaru, and Volkswagen following close behind.
Chrysler, Ford, Toyota Score Perfect Marks On LGBT Equality (Updated)
The Human Rights Campaign has released its 2012 Corporate Equality Index, which ranks over 1,000 U.S. companies according to their LGBT-friendliness. Among the 190 businesses that scored a perfect 100 on the Index, we’re especially pleased to find Chrysler, Ford, and Toyota.
Volkswagen Comes Out Against Tennessee Anti-Gay Legislation
With all the excitement regarding gay marriage becoming legal in New York State, I’d almost forgotten several recent setbacks our community has seen. Some of the most infuriating news has come from Tennessee, a state I’ve always enjoyed visiting for…
General Motors Tells LGBTQ Youth: ‘It Gets Better’
Last fall, America was hit with a wave of teen suicides. The cause, more often than not, was anti-LGBTQ bullying. Gay kids — or those who were perceived to be — told stories of being tormented by friends, enemies, school…