posted by Louis Vo
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.
posted by Krish Persaud
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.
posted by Theron Lane
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.
posted by Robert Maduri
Battery range? There’s plenty of that
The Nissan Leaf’s perceived lack of range is just that. It just needs a little loving.
posted by Adi Desai
Is it really a #GameChanger?
Styled similarly to the Mazda6, the 3 stands out in a crowd. The lines are sleek and flow beautifully.
posted by Zack Zeraldo
Front-drive premium sedans are still in
The ride is silky smooth, but the big Kia still manages to feel stable and planted to the road.
posted by Josh Mann
One badass new 4×4 pickup truck Stepping into the Sierra, the first impression it gives off is that there’s no way this can be a work truck.
A new level of quiet and smooth
The M35h defines how hybrid technology takes the luxury segment to a new level.
posted by Soham Desai
Where going from points A-to-B is a life mission
It’s hot, intimate, loud and dirty. Oooh and it goes on daily and nightly. Yeah…you know what I’m talkin’ about (wink).
I knew the ST would be fun, but I had no idea that I would have this stupid grin on my face every single time I drove it.
posted by Jonathan Ruta
The Love Bug gets a turbo and goes topless
I can vividly remember asking my mom what her first car was, to which she replied “a bright orange 1972 Super Beetle”.
An old three-row friend comes to play
Behind the wheel, I’d swear I was driving a well-rounded sports sedan instead of a 7-seater SUV.
“Entry-Level” is a subjective term
When purchasing or leasing a new car, the engine and driving dynamics are my main priorities.
The mini-minivan modernized
The driving experience in the Rondo is something I’d compare to a sporty hatchback, not a typical compact CUV.
The best of the best
The S4 is quite possibly the best everyday car money can buy right now.
The third of the new 500s by Honda
With the CB500F, I easily and comfortably made it to my destinations with a 40lb backpack on without even considering stopping to taking a break.
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.
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