The Toyota Avalon has always been a bit of an enigma in the mainstream sedan segment.
The most impressive and biggest improvement to the latest Suburban is in ride quality.
Genesis has thrown everything they have at this latest entry to prove the doubters wrong.
Genesis has raised the bar as it relates to interior appointments.
There’s definitely stuff to like about the Malibu, but there’s also a lot to not like about it.
You’re not buying a Blizzak or X-Ice; but you’re also not paying for one.
Snap, crackle, pop, snarl, rinse and repeat
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A perfect choice for a road trip
As a car guy, I’ve long since wondered what the perfect vehicle is for a road trip. Not “great”, not the most efficient.READ MORE
Not quite a Prius, but is it F-Sport material?
One of the most affordable ways to get into a hybrid electric vehicle (referred to by Lexus as a “hybrid luxury sportback”) that doesn’t happen to be a Toyota Prius.READ MORE
The Cabrio has been redefined
When Mercedes-Benz introduced the SLK roadster with its retractable hardtop in the late 1990s, I told myself I would someday drive one.READ MORE
A minivan for real men
Though I would assume that my 2013 Ford Flex Limited tester’s hearse-like styling would deter potential Grand Caravan cross-shoppers, I suppose innovation can never be a bad thing.READ MORE
A quick spin on the track of some great new players
It’s always a great experience to be at a manufacturer-hosted event, but even moreso when said event takes place at a track.READ MORE