Honda's golden child is case in point that sedans are far from becoming obsolete. You would be hard pressed to find a more effective and focused sedan anywhere else. Read more.
The Camaro of SUVs? Almost. Read more.
Overall, the new JL is a more honed Wrangler with better on-road manners, but still not the easiest nor cheapest mid-size SUV to live with on a daily basis. Read more.
Jaguar’s first foray into zero-emission mobility with the gorgeous and fun-to-drive I-Pace is a resounding success. Read more.
Born from demand. Read more.
The TLX may not stand on the same pedestal as its German counterparts, but it offers some unique features that make it worth considering. Read more.
Depending on where you hold your values and priorities, the new Honda Civic Si can be a hit or a miss. Read more.
If you hold performance and cornering dynamics dear to your heart, and aren’t worried about the occasional dip in ride quality, comfort, or technological consistency, then the F-Pace S is worth taking seriously. Read more.
The Rabbit Edition does not add much aside from nostalgic appeal but the meaningful revisions for 2019 only enhance the Golf’s universal desirability. Read more.
The new 8 Series flagship coupe is not so much a dedicated performance car as it is a grand tourer with sporting intentions. That's not a bad thing in the slightest. Read more.
By trading a handful of brawn for a plateful of civility, the new G-Class maintains every bit of its iconic off-road charm while simultaneously improving its daily usability. Read more.
Porsche scores a hat trick with its third-generation Cayenne, a golden cash cow emanating with quality, refinement, and character. Read more.
Looking to buy a Jaguar XE? You might want to hold out for the 2020 model that's just around the corner. Read more.
It's got four doors, two turbos, three off-road modes, a liftgate, and decent ground clearance for all-weather usability. Doesn't sound like your traditional Lamborghini, does it? Read more.
The antithesis to the SUV. Read more.
This AMG wagon is forbidden fruit in many countries but Canada is one of the lucky few to grow this delectable tree. Read more.
Poorly garnished and under baked, the new Ford Edge ST needs more time in the oven. Read more.
The performance compact SUV is a new niche segment, yes, but the bar has just been set incredibly high by the new GLC 63 AMG. Read more.
There is nothing exemplary about the Nautilus that makes it unique over its competitors, let alone the MKX it replaces. Read more.
Range sells, and even though the e-Golf undercuts all of its competitors in price, it desperately needs a bigger battery to stay competitive in this flourishing segment. Read more.
Nothing too impressive here but nothing awfully terrible either. Read more.
As SUVs begin to rule the world, Rolls-Royce joins the fray. Read more.
We put BMW’s newest pocket rocket to the test in a variety of conditions, including dry roads, snowy terrain, and on the Thermal Club racetrack. Read more.
The CLS 53 isn’t a bad car, and will undoubtedly deliver thrills and excitement to anyone looking for a sensuous four-door chariot. We just don’t think it’s the best Mercedes. Read more.
Sacrificing civility for performance. Read more.
Impressive powertrain and rear accomodations, but pricey and lacking refinement. Read more.
Subaru plays it safe by building on the Forester's strengths, but at the same time forgetting to remedy its shortcomings. Read more.
Will the updated TRD PRO treatment be enough to keep this aging but rugged dinosaur from going extinct? Read more.
Resurrecting a name from the past. Read more.
From an ergonomic and practical perspective, the X4 does not make any sense. Luckily there will always be a type of consumer that buys with emotion and values style above all else. Read more.
The updated RAM is not a monumental game changer but its meaningful upgrades should be enough to make Ford and Chevrolet go back to the drawing board. Read more.
Slowly perfecting the recipe with an infotainment upgrade and more trims that one can count on both hands. Read more.
The Volt is dead. Long live the Bolt. Read more.
Not the smoking gun we expected but nevertheless an appealing and impressive premium SUV. Read more.
A fuel-saving SUV with limited competition and a proven track record. Read more.
Anonymous comfort. Read more.
Delivering world-class ergonomics and everyday usability without sacrificing speed or driving nirvana. Read more.
A rolling work of art designed for the street, the track, and the bedroom wall. Read more.
SANTA MONICA, California - A welcome dancing partner with the looks, the drive, and the potential to stand amongst the giants. Read more.
Premium yet affordable, the base MINI Cooper is a great beginner’s car for those learning to drive with a manual transmission. Read more.
The Bullitt misses its mark. Read more.
Oozing with character and personality. Read more.
Better too many choices than too few. Read more.
Just when you thought this spaceship was futuristic looking enough, BMW chops the roof off to make it even more attention grabbing. Read more.
The heart of a Hellcat. Read more.