A fully jammed, exceptional luxury sedan with a lot to like.
It’s tough to go wrong with the Santa Fe Hybrid.
Acura is making a serious push to bring back the enthusiasm and excite its buyers again.
An unusual options mix and optimistic pricing make it just too expensive for its own good.
For about fifteen years there’s been a hole in Honda’s North American crossover lineup.
Lexus has resisted the urge to increase the size of their entry-level sports sedan.
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
A three-row version of our favourite in the class
The swooping roof line, gorgeous 19” wheels, massive chrome grill and inviting LED accent lighting all contribute to the Santa Fe’s new premium look.READ MORE
The two “most perfect” commuter cars
I want to get one thing out of the way. I know that the Acura ILX Hybrid and the Toyota Prius are two very, very different vehicles.READ MORE
Is it the new king of the hot hatches?
With the start of every warm season the last couple years, the introduction of new hot coupes and hatches becomes something to look forward to.READ MORE