Car Reviews

2015 Ford Expedition King Ranch Review

It's a real-life Canyonero.

2015 Ford F-150 4X4 Lariat Review

Meet the new King of the Road.

2015 Lexus NX 300h AWD Review

Bringing typical Lexus sensibility to a new market.

2015 Toyota Camry XSE Review

Let us now praise boring cars.

The Daily Driver

Our auto journalists give daily impressions of the cars they drive.

2015 Dodge Charger

Recall Roundup: Honda Expands Takata Recall Again, Range Rover Evoque Transmission Issues

Let's see what's new in automotive recalls this week.

Land Rover has issued a recall for nearly 40,000 examples of the 2014 and 2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, all of which are located in China. The recall comes after a Chinese television program exposed Evoque owners suffering from transmission issues, including poor shifting, excessive noise, and an inability to put the car in Park. Along with replacing the affected transmissions, Land Rover is extending its transmission warranty to seven years or roughly 150,000 miles, whichever comes first.

Lyft Drivers Claim They Were Cheated Out of $1,000 Bonuses

A lawsuit levied against the ridesharing app will go before a jury.

When Lyft started a new promotional program last month, offering a $1,000 incentive to recruit new drivers, it almost seemed too good to be true. And, for many applicants who were eager to take advantage of the bonus opportunity, it was. A 22-page complaint asserts that Lyft cheated many drivers out of bonuses, totaling $5 million.

The 2016 Jaguar XF: Lighter, Prettier, More Connected Than Ever

Its new design brings it in line with the upcoming XE.

Barring a minor refresh, the Jaguar XF mid-size luxury car has been hanging out for about eight years now, which means it's more than a bit due for an update. Now that Jaguar's launched an all-new XE set to slot beneath the XF in both size and price, Jaguar's built a second-generation XF that bears a strong resemblance to its new little brother - and it's got a few additional tricks up its sleeve, as well.

Throwback Thursday: The Corolla Has Been One of Toyota's Crowing Achievements Since 1966

From subcompact to compact, the Corolla is still going strong.

Every week we take a look back at how our favorite cars, trucks, and SUVs have evolved over the years - the "embarrassing childhood photos". Welcome to Throwback Thursday!The Corolla is often overlooked, tucked away in the compact car segment, and relegated to "My first car" status for college girls everywhere. But it's much more than that.

GALLERY: Jaguar Pulls High-Wire Stunt to Reveal New XF

Ever wanted to see a car drive on wires over the Thames?

In the world of 24-hour media and 24/7 entertainment delivered straight to your eyeballs via any of a number of portable devices, it's getting increasingly difficult to get people to pay attention. Jaguar is obviously well aware of this, and so it decided to reveal its new 2016 by having it perform a sort of high-wire act across the Thames River in London.

It's Time to Bust Out the Floral Prints Because It's Officially Spring #CarPorn

No winter lasts forever. These cars are springing into the new season.

For those of you who like to drool over ridiculously good-looking cars, you are not alone. Car Porn is's weekly series where we bring you 10 swoon-worthy automobiles every Wednesday that will always be easy on the eyes and get you through the rest of the week! Despite wintry weather conditions in parts of the U.S., we have officially transitioned to spring. These cars know what I'm talking about. Time to bust out the floral prints.

Survey Reveals the 10 Best Certified Pre-Owned Programs

Autotrader ranks CPOs to find who offers the best deals.

Savvy car shoppers know that buying used is the best way to find a good bargain, and certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicles can offer the affordability of used along with the warranty coverage of new. CPOs are becoming increasingly popular, and so Autotrader decided to look at which auto companies had the best CPO programs. Hashtag: Main Image Caption: Body:

Flipping the Bird: 5 Times Giving the Middle Finger is an Acceptable Gesture in Traffic

The finger can be appropriate under certain conditions.

Giving the one-finger salute is as old as Oedipus. It's so deeply ingrained into our culture, it can never truly die. In Ancient Greece, it was given to degrade and insult whomever received it. It's good to know some things never change. Many of us shy away from its usage while driving, for fear of retaliation or becoming a headline in some road-rage incident

Engine Porn: Cadillac's All-New 3.0-Liter Twin-Turbo V-6 Will Excite Your Inner Enginerd

It's about to get all technical up in here. Hope you're prepared.

Sometimes, it feels like automakers use engines for decades. In fact, they do: Ford's Vulcan V-6 existed in new cars for 20-some-odd years, and Chevrolet's 4.3-liter V-6 has been finding new homes like a hermit crab since 1985 (they finally stopped production about a year ago). It's a good day, then, when we get to see a new engine, one that might be around itself for a third of a century. We've got one such event right now, with the reveal of Cadillac's new twin-turbo V-6.

A Fleet of BYD's Electric e6 Hatchback Is Coming Exclusively to Chicago with UberX

EVs could be the future for taxis with successful pilot programs.

If you've never heard of BYD's (Build Your Dreams) e6 wagon before, you're not alone. The battery electric hatchback never made it to dealerships in North America, but a fleet of 200 of the EVs will be hitting the streets of Chicago shortly with UberX.

The 2016 Chevy Malibu Will Spy on Your Kids, and That's a Good Thing

Because you know you can't trust those horrid freaks behind the wheel.

It's no secret that young people between the ages of 16 and 25 are, for the most part, incredibly bad drivers. They are the most distracted, the most likely to be driving while intoxicated, the most impulsive, and, it goes without saying, the least experienced people on the road.

2010 vs 2015: Has the Nissan Sentra Rolled Through the Last 5 Years With Many Changes?

We're examining one of Nissan's oldest nameplates.

What have the last five years done to our favorite rides? If you're in the market for a new vehicle, it might be prudent to take a look at some previous model years. We all know that saying about cars depreciating as soon as they're driven off the lot, but how much do they depreciate after half-a-decade? Are there options you simply can't live without today, that weren't available five years ago?

NHTSA Wants to Go After Drowsy Drivers Despite a Lack of Data

Gathering that data might be difficult, as well.

Drunk driving isn't the only kind of impaired driving. Anything that affects your coordination, attention, and response time can be considered impairing, including being tired. In fact, driving drowsy can present many of the same effects as driving drunk. It's a wonder why nobody is concerned about it, then. Oh, wait ... the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is very concerned about it, and it wants the public to be, too. The only trouble is an lack of supporting data.

What It Means to Get It Right: The 2015 Ford F-150

The truck of the year is definitely special. But why?

What's so special about the new F-150? Ford's new high-tech pickup has been the most widely lauded American vehicle of the year, if not the decade. It has won numerous awards, including North American Truck/Utility of the Year, Urban Truck of the Year, the Truck of Texas award, Truck Trend's Pickup Truck of the Year award, and KBB's Overall Best Buy award.