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From the Subaru WRX to the Jaguar F-Type Coupe, our hits of the show.
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 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.
A worldwide best-seller gets a redesign
As much praise as we journalists give cars like the FR-S, the bread and butter models like the Corolla are what really allow Toyota to continue growing and possibly building more fun cars for gearheads like us.
The limited edition of one of my favourites
The Tsurugi is an uncompromising weapon of speed that made no claims to be anything other than what it already was.
A second look at a favourite from last year
I am a sucker for good shifter and clutch interfaces, so when a car gets this item right, everything else just seems to get better.
The sportiest of the midsize sedans Mazda introduced their Kodo “soul of motion” design language in their Shinari concept car in 2010 to critical acclaim.
The little Japanese car that could
The Versa nameplate, taken from the word “Versatility”, is an easy giveaway as to what the vehicle’s intentions are.
Move over E-Class, there’s a new Top Dog in town
The GS350 F-Sport projects a good presence on the roads – I had a lot of people checking it out.
The new king of hot hatches?
The first thing I noticed with my Focus ST was how yellow it was. In a sea of silver, white, and beige, the ST really stands out.
A very pleasant surprise from the Koreans
It gives Kia the ammunition they need in order to compete with some of its principal competitors: the Toyota Avalon and Chevrolet Impala.
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