posted by Krish Persaud
All-new at the top of the Dart lineup
Its swooping lines, bright Charger-esque taillight design, and blacked-out crosshair grille all work to its advantage, making the Dart one of the sexiest designs in the compact class.
posted by Adi Desai
Proof that luxury does not need to be compromised for efficiency
The A7 offers S-Class levels of comfort and smoothness, with fuel efficiency numbers quite similar to my dearly-departed Mini Cooper.
posted by Louis Vo
A bit late to the game, but now with plug-in power!
posted by Robert Maduri
A staple in the automotive community has been lost
Rocked. That’s how I felt when I heard that Paul Walker, the actor and father passed away Saturday afternoon.
A compact with a trump card
There is one huge reason to buy a Subaru Impreza over the likes of its aggressively-positioned competitors.
Easily the biggest 4-door surprise driven to date
The music coming out of the new RS7 swayed me though, and it started almost immediately after I pushed the “Engine Start/Stop” button located in close proximity to the shifter.
posted by Zack Zeraldo
An aging favourite lingering on the market
With a no-nonsense approach, the current Pilot stays true to what Honda is all about.
posted by Theron Lane
A bumblebee that is actually a hornet
The extra 10 horsepower is what makes the difference between a bumblebee and a hornet.
The proof is in the pudding
The BMW i3 is an electric vehicle that legitimately blew me away.
Live from Los Angeles, CA
From the Subaru WRX to the Jaguar F-Type Coupe, our hits of the show.
How much “sport” does a boxer-four give this zippy sedan?
It’s hard to deny that the Subaru Impreza has earned its place in the hearts of gearheads everywhere.
A look from the LA Auto Show
Subaru generously invited me to the Los Angeles Auto Show this year, where they unveiled two groundbreaking vehicles.
The real alternative to the hot hatch Even though most enthusiasts shopping in the hot sedan/hot hatch market exclusively prefer manual transmissions, the availability of the DSG only adds to the versatility of Volkswagen’s offering.
The two-door 3-series has grown up
With the 2-series just around the corner, the 435i isn’t intended to be BMW’s entry-level coupe; and an entry-level coupe it most certainly is not.
Value without being from the bargain basement
Due to the sheer competitiveness of the marketplace, automakers are trying to throw in as much content as possible into their cars.
A true class-leader is available with a stick
Even though our highways are no longer blessed with the presence of their rotary-powered monsters as much as they used to be, it isn’t hard to notice that the company still has a huge following.
A competitive entry gets a conventional automatic
The Jeep brand has lived a storied life from its inception back in the 1940s for use as both military and civilian vehicles.
An unassuming entry in our favourite car class
Although some may not think it to be as pretty as it’s competitors, the S60 is not to be overlooked.
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