Before getting into my review of the 2016 Dodge Durango R/T, I wanted to take a second to explain my proclamation that this muscular SUV is the most exciting SUV under $50,000.
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The Nissan Pathfinder is a tale of two different animals. It started its life as a rugged off-road SUV that helped create a new segment.
Say what you will about very compact 2-row crossover offerings; not dirt-worthy; small; noisy; under powered, 2017 Mazda CX-3 while arguably small in dimension, puts a new spin on the compact sport
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The Toyota Yaris is one of the smallest and least expensive cars sold in America, even in the 5-door form which I tested recently.
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Remember the first time you dropped into a driver’s seat, took the steering wheel, started the engine, released the brake and pushed the accelerator?
When the new Lexus RC sports coupe was introduced, it was available in rear- or all-wheel drive and it was offered with two engines, the 3.0L V6 and the 3.5L V6.
While it’s not the fanciest or most refined 2 row in the luxury crossover segment, this no nonsense compact premium utility brings something to the segment that’s becoming a rarity these days, V6 p
First, let’s address the elephant in the room.
While the Chevrolet Suburban might not be the bestselling sport utility vehicle in the market, it is the oldest and – in terms of the original American SUVs – it is the most like the vehicles which
Of all of the automotive segments in the US market, the midsized sedan group is often labeled as being the least impressive, the least exciting, the least fun to drive and the most appliance like –
When I first saw the Buick Cascada at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, I thought that it was a great looking small car, but I immediately thought that it was going to be another one of those concept car