Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the 2019 Cadillac XT5
The XT5 drives well, has 310 horses, gets good gas mileage on the highway, and has lots of cargo room in the back. The only thing Jerry does not like is the mandatory start-stop system. "If there's anything about this thing that I do not like, it is the fact that it's got the start-st…
Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the 2019 Mercedes E53 AMG Coupe
"This car, when you're just driving it normal, performs well, has a nice exhaust sound, beautiful interior, but then when you really need that power, this 48 volts of electricity goes through it and kicks it up," Jerry said.
Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the 2019 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe
"I'll you you, this thing, when you get on it, it is just a monster," Jerry explained.
Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the 2018 GMC Canyon Denali
With the window sticker price of $44,000, this truck may not be for those trying to save money, but if you are looking for something easier to drive that still has some function, this could be for you.
The Car Pro Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the 2019 GMC Yukon Denali
"When they made the big changes in 2015 these things really got popular. And still today, they're selling like crazy," Jerry said.
Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the All New 2019 Chevy Silverado
"When I saw all new I mean it is all new. They took this truck and completely redid it from the ground up. And I've got to tell you, it's a pretty sweet truck," Reynolds explained.
Paul R. Beane: Liberal Lies And Unarmed Teachers Are The Bad Ideas [VIDEO]
Paul R. Beane on The Chad Hasty Show exploring the urgent issue of school shootings and security, armed teachers in the classroom, and the unwillingness of Lubbock and other area schools to face the issue.
The Car Pro Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the 2018 Audi Allroad
"I just can't get past the looks. It's just kind of ugly to be honest with you," Jerry said.
The Car Pro Jerry Reynolds Test Drives the 2019 BMW X4
"It's so dog gone fun. I mean this thing is like a sports car!" Jerry said.
Guest Commentary: Public Safety is Economic Development
Guest columnist Mikel Ward makes the case for Lubbock to pay down its debt, rather than raising taxes