New Vehicle Reviews
There was a point in time where high performance luxury sedans took a more subdued approach to their aerodynamic styling, but the modern high performance market – regardless of the segment – almost
Over the past decade, Korean automaker Hyundai has grown a great deal in the US and several of their models are among the bestselling in their segment, but it always surprises me that the midsized
Many automakers often wait far too long to introduce a new version of a popular model, but with the Lexus RX midsized sport utility vehicle, Toyota didn’t wait for this model to fall behind before
Too often when shared with family and friends that our latest drive review features a Kia car or crossover, we receive that rather condescending wink of the eye and nod of the head as to a predisp
While diesel powered passenger cars are very popular in Europe, American consumers have been hesitant to accept a diesel engine in their daily driven sedan and the recent Volkswagen cheating news h
When I first drove the 2015 Ford Mustang, it was of the GT variety, with the 5.0L V8 under the hood and for my money, a V8 is the only way to go with a muscle car like the mighty Mustang.
Honda’s best long-haul vehicle just happens to be a minivan.
Can a small SUV be practical, versatile, sporty and make you smile every time you drive it? Subaru has pulled this off with their best-selling vehicle in the lineup, the Forester.
It is unfortunate that when most people talk about luxury sedans, the Chrysler brand doesn’t come up as often as it should.
When the All-Terrain package was introduced for the 2015 GMC Sierra 2500HD, critics were quick to gripe that it wasn’t an extreme enough upgrade to be referred to as an “all-terrain” pickup.
Before getting into the 5 reasons that I believe the Toyota Camry with the 4-cylinder engine is the bestselling car and engine option in America, I should point out that were I to buy the Camry, th
Whenever I am driving a new car, truck or SUV, it never fails that someone in my family asks “what have we had that would compare to this car”.
This week we tested the 2016 Subaru Forester. Our $28,540 2.5i Premium matches up almost perfectly with the 2015 Toyota RAV 4 XLE we tested a few weeks back which had a price of $28,967.