While Cadillac offers bigger, more powerful and (technically) more luxurious sedans, the CTS has been the brand’s key model for a more than a decade.
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"Darn quick, agile, fun to drive, a decent long hauler, dynamic looking!" all appropriate accolades for 2017 Kia Sportage; a brand name that's plied America's roads for 2 decades.
Since the newest Toyota Tundra was introduced for the 2014 model year, I have had the pleasure of reviewing both the top of the line Platinum package as well as the performance oriented TRD Pro pac
For 2016 American Honda Motor Company introduced the first turbocharged Civic in the mark's 43 year history.
With 90,000 + Civic’s sold in the first quarter of 2016, as is often said: "The public has spoken."
At the end of a very intensive drive experience on the track, highways, and streets of Thermal, Palm Springs, California, Acura’s reinvented NSX fulfills Mr Honda’s prophecy of being 'one with the
Before getting into my explanation of why the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro with the V6 is so much fun to drive, I should address the negativity towards non-V8 muscle cars.
Before getting into all of the positives aspects of the 2016 Hyundai Tucson Sport, I want to take a second to acknowledge the shortcomings of many small sport utility vehicles.
The 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid we tested this week impresses in many ways. However, the most impressive aspect of this vehicle is that it does not care how you drive it.
I’ve spent many hours in the seat of 2015/2016 Acura TLX of all trim variants. However, auto manufacturers tend to populate press fleets with high performance, top trims.
After spending a week in the seat of 2016 Mazda6 Touring, and taking multiple road trips under varying driving conditions in Honda Accords of all trim levels, including the Accord Hybrid, I walked
Before getting into all of the things that I believe make the 2016 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk the realest little Jeep, let’s talk about “real Jeeps”.
Compared to muscle cars or pickup trucks, compact hatchback 5-doors like the 2016 Hyundai Elantra GT don’t get the same level of enthusiast demand, but as cars in this segment go, I have always see
Families looking for a clean luxury crossover now have a new option. How about a plug-in hybrid that does 0-60 in 6.5 seconds and has an all-electric range of 14 miles?
While I prefer hardworking trucks and high performance cars, I can appreciate the design of some people to drive without the use of gasoline.