The 2014 Dodge Challenger Shaker is an interesting vehicle.
New Vehicle Reviews
A big red 2014 Toyota Tundra 4X4 SR5 Double cab arrived in my driveway this week after I requested it from the good folks at Toyota.
When the current Lexus GS350 F Sport was introduced for the 2013 model year, it brought a whole new level of aggressive design to the luxury lineup – a look that we would see spread across the enti
Aside from the fact that the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has 67 more horsepower and 50lb-ft more torque than the current Dodge Viper SRT, the biggest advantage for the 707 horsepower
Acura has ventured back into the auto industry's most popular sedan segment with something that’s so new Audi, BMW, MB, Lexus, Infiniti and others will be compelled to emulate the
In fact, Acura TLX will change the way that you measure automotive performance.
The 2014 Cadillac ELR is criticized by some as being little more than a gussied up Chevrolet Volt in coupe form, but that is a very unfair criticism for this beautiful 2-door extended range EV.
The Subaru Legacy is celebrating its 25 year anniversary and the 2015 model is a good example of why the Japanese automaker is looking at its 6th consecutive year of record sales.
The Toyota Highlander has been one of the more popular SUVs in America and for the 2014 model year, the Highlander gets a refresh that adds some size on the outside and a whole lot of space on the
My time spent driving the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat came in three very exciting phases.
10 years on the line, Acura sends TSX to the halls of Honda history.
When the 2015 Mazd6 I Touring test car arrived my first thought was “Mazda has guts.” Mazda sent me a test car with almost no options, few creature comforts, and a six speed manual transmission.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee is the bestselling and most awarded sport utility vehicle in the history of the segment so when the Trail Rated brand makes a big move – the industry takes notice.
The Toyota Corolla has been one of the bestselling cars in America for years so when the Japanese automaker announced plans to introduce a new generation of the Corolla, the American market paid cl