Retaining the familiarity as a dependable and versatile wagon, but now with added features, better off-road capability, and a turbocharged powertrain. Read more.
Lexus plays it safe for 2020, with only minor tweaks to its best-selling SUV. Read more.
An analog experience that may fall behind in some areas, but the core essence of what makes this rally-derived sedan such a joy to drive remains. Read more.
While the Stinger hasn’t robbed its European rivals of the spotlight, it sure as hell put them on notice. Read more.
While it doesn’t move the needle forward, Mitsubishi’s entry-level SUV remains an effective, all-weather, and no-frills commuter tool for small families and the like. Read more.
First-class, four-wheel travelling for you and six other lucky companions. Read more.
Value and a convincingly premium interior do little to draw us away from a 3 Series or C-Class. Read more.
The M550i comes 80% of being an M5 but with a more mature attitude, a less shouty exhaust, and is dripping in sleeper status material. That’s just my kind of 5 Series. Read more.
Not the Polestar wagon we want, but still a well-rounded product that is more than the sum of its parts. Read more.
BMW's stellar compact crossover soldiers on into 2020 with subtle but meaningful upgrades. Read more.
Eight-passenger capability, an impressive towing capacity, and a decent starting price, all dressed in an appealing package, can be tough to come by. The Armada, just isn’t it. Read more.
The lack of cohesion from the trick powertrain, disconnected driving experience, and average real-world fuel efficiency, have us looking elsewhere. Read more.
The new GLB carves a seven-seater niche with a well-packaged interior, feature-rich cabin, and oodles of nail-biting performance. Read more.
Volkswagen’s interpretation of a slightly more affordable but no less sexy Audi sportback sedan. Read more.
It may not be the quickest compact performance SUV, but it sure as hell makes the biggest entrance. Read more.
A strong winter beater candidate but while there's a lot to like about the new four-wheel driven Altima, there's just not enough to love. Read more.
Respectable range, hatchback practicality, and a feature-rich cabin give the Kia Niro EV an electric edge. Read more.
No excuses necessary. Read more.
Another day, another model, and BMW has aced this one. Read more.
A regal grand tourer with an insatiable appetite for cruising and turning heads wherever it goes. Read more.
Despite the swanky package with chic appeal, the UX is difficult to recommend over its more polished and complete rivals. Read more.
An exceptionally enjoyable performance SUV, but not as segment defining as we would have hoped. Read more.
Continuing to set the gold standard for hot hatchbacks. Read more.
It's a shame that luxury sedan sales are slumping, especially when examples like the ES are such capable, coddling, and pampering family cruisers. Read more.
Korean opulence has reached its next level and with it, another shot at success. Read more.
Combining stellar fuel economy with an inoffensive, low-key, and undeniably ergonomic family sedan package. Read more.
Bayside Blue is back for Godzilla's 50th birthday. Read more.
The best selling roadster of all time gets even better. Read more.
Solidifying its place in this lucrative SUV segment with more interior space, efficient powertrains, a trick suspension, and for the first-time ever, optional three-row seating. Read more.
Cadillac's new luxury three-row SUV may not change the rules of the game, but it has enough interior space and refinement to give it a slight edge over its established competitors. Read more.
An aesthetics-only special edition model that commemorates sixty years of the MINI brand. Read more.
The antithesis to the boring SUV. Read more.
Hairy-chested and as American as all-you-can-eat pancakes at Denny’s, the Z06 is a sports car that eats supercars for breakfast. Read more.
Like twins separated at birth, we dive deep into the differences separating the iconic Japanese hero and Bavaria's open top roadster. Read more.
The Cabriolet may not be the most popular option due to its inherent penalties and skyrocketing price tag but in our eyes, it is the only way to have an M4. Read more.
Scintillating vocals and a Ferrari heart transplant are enough to make a case for the Levante GTS. Read more.
The updated 7 Series successfully marries comfort and athleticism, striking the fine middle ground, now with 40 percent more grill. Read more.
The Prius Prime is an exceedingly effective automotive tool that shouldn’t be swept under the rug so easily when shopping for a new car. Read more.
The winning streak continues. Read more.