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2020 Cadillac XT5 Sport: 5 Things We Like, 2 We Don’t | News

2020 Cadillac XT5 Sport

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The 2020 Cadillac XT5 carves out a unique niche for itself among smaller compact luxury SUVs and larger mid-size luxury models. Compared to most of its compact rivals, the XT5 delivers more room for occupants and better cargo capacity. Pitted against many class rivals, the XT5 is noticeably less expensive and doesn’t require a diet of premium gasoline.

Related: 2020 Cadillac XT5 Sport Review: Not Really Sporty, but That’s OK

The XT5 Sport is meant to inject some excitement into this otherwise sensible, if not exactly exhilarating, Cadillac SUV. This new trim comes with a quicker steering ratio, 20-inch alloy wheels, retuned suspension settings, and the XT5’s optional 310-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission. While the XT5 is available in front- and all-wheel-drive formats, the XT5 Sport comes with AWD as standard.   

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The Feb. 6 lineup card for The Sports Page | Mdt Format Antenna

“The Sports Page:” live on WKVL 100.9 FM and 850 AM from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday at Bluetick Tavern in Maryville with hosts Mike Edwards, Donnie Moore and Charlie Puleo.

Facebook:@thesportspagetn (watch live)

Insurance Agency lineup card:

ALCOA TENN FEDERAL CREDIT UNION HEADLINES: Sports Page newshound Donnie Moore digs deep to find the headlines not involving the Super Bowl.

GOTEEZ GOVOLS REPORT: Vol legends Lon Herzbrun and Ray Trail add their head scratching to the mystery of UT men’s basketball. Then the panel looks at what else is going on around the conference in the WATERS’ EQUIPMENT SEC NOTEBOOK.

ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Seymour girls’ basketball coach Greg Hernandez along with Lady Eagles Maci Pitner and Emily Russell reign 3s down on Daily Times sports editor Troy Provost-Heron.

LAMAR PRINTING MARC IT DOWN: The Alcoa boys middle school basketball team talks about tonight’s sectional game as

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Sports Take: Golf is thriving, even with COVID-19

Rickie Fowler hits from the second tee of the South Course during the second round of the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament at Torrey Pines, Friday, Jan. 29, 2021, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

By Jarrod Leicher | Reporter

I always say, “Golf is only boring if you make it boring.”

Golf is a sport that is quite special. It is one of the few sports that anyone at any age can play, there are very few rules that a causal player has to follow and the odds are someone you know plays or has played.

When I was in high school, my friends would make fun of me for playing golf, but then I finally convinced them to actually go to the course with me, and they fell in love with it. We began going out every Saturday to play 18 holes. As a bored teenager, golf

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On The Road 2/5: 2021 Ford Bronco Sport

2021 Ford Bronco Sport

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2021 Ford Bronco Sport

By Peter Perrotta

After a 31-year run, from 1965 to 1996, Ford put its Bronco SUV on ice.

We will never know if that infamous OJ Simpson white Bronco chase on June 17, 1994, that riveted the nation on national TV, ever had anything to do with that decision.

But, in this age of conspiracy theories, we can only speculate.

Nonetheless, in this current age of bringing back the old to create something new, the Bronco is back with a vengeance.

For 2021, Ford reintroduces their beloved Bronco to the American public in three different flavors. It comes in a more full-sized 2- and 4-door SUV version, as well as the “baby brother” smaller, more compact Bronco Sport 4X4.

I recently jumped behind the wheel of the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport 4X4 “Badlands” edition for three days so I could give … Read More