Before I get into my hard working review of the 2015 Ram 2500 Tradesman with the Cummins Turbo Diesel engine, let me first talk about my use of the phase “budget friend” in the introduction to this
New Vehicle Reviews
Saving the best details for last in the ever-changing world of automotive design when introducing a segment-busting compact crossover is good business.
The 2015 Toyota Prius and the 2015 Mini Cooper both surprised us in our testing.
For many moons, Japanese automakers have dominated the compact and subcompact segments here in the United States and really, that is still very much the case with the 2015 Honda Fit being a top mod
The small crossover category is heated with competition. Most manufacturers are putting their best foot forward in this segment, vying to keep and capture market share.
While the new Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat has rocketed the American sport sedan to the top of the high performance 4-door segment, European models like the Audi S8 have long been the leaders in high
In addition to writing about the news and doing review of how new models like the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, I own a few show horses and in owning show horses, I do quite a bit of towing and hauling.
Automotive journalism and subsequent car review is full of pitfalls. We spend much time reading responses from our readers, mostly positive.
Back in the day, the Ford F350 was all business, especially when you added dual rear wheels and a powerful diesel engine, but the industry and the heavy duty truck market has changed a great deal.
While the Dodge Challenger models that we know best pack a big, powerful Hemi V8 and a price tag well over $30,000, the entry level Challenger SXT can get you into the brawny Mopar muscle car with
We recently put the 2015 Mazda3 Grand Touring 2.5 up against a more expensive Audi A3 and explained why we found them to be very comparable cars.
I first drove the 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan at the media launch in Arizona, at which point I fell in love with the top of the line Korean sedan with the 5.0L V8 and the premium Ultimate package.
Let me begin by stating very clearly that this piece isn’t about trash-talking the current Jeep Patriot and Compass.