At the forefront of the American luxury renaissance. Read more.
The G90 may not have that sex factor just yet, but the seeds have been sown and its roots have only begun to grow. Read more.
Hyundai enters the fray with a new nameplate and a trio of electric powertrains. Read more.
A far more compelling coupe on the lower end of its spectrum with greater value to flaunt and fewer performance expectations to hang around its neck. Read more.
At the forefront of America's luxury sedan renaissance. Read more.
An unusually charming rig that can take you anywhere - being topless is just the cherry on top. Read more.
Can you really drive an MX-5 Miata year round? Even in the winter with proper snow tires? That's what we are here to find out. Read more.
It is reassuring to know that BMW hasn’t zapped any fun out of the 3 Series by going green. Read more.
GMC's new lightweight three-row Acadia falls short of being competitive in the burgeoning crossover market. Read more.
An iron fist in a velvet glove. Read more.
There's a new kitty on the block, and this one has its eyes set on the BMW 3 Series. Read more.
Still the gold standard of SUVs. Read more.
With all the spotlight on the new Bolt, it would be foolish to forget about the electric bowtie that started it all. Read more.
Rugged all-wheel drive wagons like this Alltrack provide an appealing alternative to the cookie-cutter SUV. Read more.
This diesel-drinking kitty may not be the fastest in its litter, it may have a smaller lung capacity, and it may make ugly noises, but it’s a penny pincher’s paradise. Read more.
A great companion with enough tricks up its sleeve to gain the advantage over more established luxury SUVs like the BMW X5. Read more.
Land Rover's baby crossover receives a few attractive additions to pump up its allure, usability, and customizability. Read more.
The Elantra Sport may not be perfect but it does offer a good blend of practicality, performance, and just enough quirks to make it worth a look for anyone considering a vehicle with a heavier focus on drivability. Read more.
If you can keep your hands off the plethora of expensive options, then this drop-top Mini just might fulfill your sun-seeking desires. Read more.
Cadillac is finally back in the game and the CT6 marks a confident stride forward in the luxury sedan market. Read more.
Invigorating and refreshing, the new S90 is an inviting change for an automaker once known for its bland and conservative designs. Read more.
The Touareg's admirable driving dynamics and youthful sheetmetal overshadow its lacklustre engine and dated infotainment system. Read more.
We spend six days with BMW’s hybrid supercar to find out if you can genuinely use it as a daily driver. Read more.
The new 3 gets subtle but meaningful upgrades, significantly boosting its safety and luxury appeal. Read more.
Will the mythical RS live up to the hype with its potent concoction of a 350-hp Mustang engine, proper torque vectoring, and trick AWD system? Read more.
By adding the plug-in capability you should see significant savings on fuel, which should help offset the slightly less attractive price tag. Read more.
There is something special (and ironic) about a performance wagon being built by an automaker best known for making the safest cars on this planet. Read more.
Stuck in vehicular limbo. Read more.
Our first taste of Honda's 1.5-litre turbo engine matched with their silky smooth six-speed manual transmission. Read more.
Accessible power, everyday comfort, and emotional styling makes Infiniti's G-Series replacement a huge success. Read more.
An engaging and comfortable mid-size sedan that made our twenty-hour roundtrip to and from New York City a pleasant experience. Read more.
Many people forget that the Metris isn't just for fleets and contractors, but also for those looking for a spacious passenger van. Read more.
A solid fuel-saving offering from Lincoln. Side effects? A geriatric driving style. Read more.
Though the upgrades may look trivial on paper, on road and track, this Italian roadster finally gets a tail ready to sting. Read more.
While other brands transformed their muscle cars into sports cars, Dodge has stayed the course and coincidentally true to the Challenger's origins as an all-American muscle car. Read more.
Why we think the Golf R is better than the Ford Focus RS and Subaru WRX STI. Read more.
The formula of front engine, rear-wheel drive has always been the gold standard in what it means to have a great sports car, and when it is brought to the level where most people can afford it, we praise it. Read more.
Filling in the gaps, one GLA at a time. Read more.
Jaguar's most important vehicle of the decade hits all the right notes. Read more.
The manual-spec F-Type is rewarding to drive and doesn’t just rely on the movement of your right foot, but also how your arms and left foot all react into one cohesive driving experience that is bar none. Read more.
If you are looking for a sporty four-door AWD sedan but can’t be hassled with the trouble of shifting your own gears, then you’ll be glad to know that you aren’t sacrificing much by opting for the CVT. Read more.
MONTICELLO, New York - Don’t be fooled by the GT-R's recent upgrades to control its civility. Godzilla has still got bite. Read more.
BOWMANVILLE, Ontario - Riding on a brand new platform, the Impreza sedan and hatchback ace fuel economy, handling, and packaging. Read more.