Car Reviews

2016 Mazda CX-3 Touring Review

Can a crossover ever be truly sporty? Mazda thinks so.

2016 Honda Pilot Elite Review

Came from the bottom, the bottom, to the top of the pops.

2016 Hyundai Tucson Limited AWD Review

Hyundai's semi-fancy small SUV is nice, but is it nice enough?

2016 Audi TT 2.0 T Review

The latest TT ups the high-tech ante for Audi's roadster.

The Daily Driver

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

2015 Volkswagen Golf

"Compact" is the Name of the Game for Suzuki's New Concept Vehicles

Wicked Tech: Weird is the new normal at this year's Tokyo Motor Show.

Automakers are gearing up for the 44th Tokyo Motor Show beginning at the end of the month, and from the looks of some of the lineups, it's going to be quite the spectacle. We've already seen some of the interesting shapes and sizes Toyota is bringing. And adding to the list of "weird things you'll see at the Tokyo Motor Show" is two of Suzuki's announced concepts - the Air Triser and Mighty Deck.

"A Faster Horse" Documentary Gives an Inside Look at the Creation of Ford's 2015 Mustang

No car has an emotional connection quite like Ford's famed pony car.

Few cars carry the emotional weight that the Ford Mustang does, and even fewer have stuck around for as long as it has. Half a century after its debut at the 1964 New York World's Fair, the Mustang continues to hold the world record for first-year sales, with 418,812 cars sold.

Check Out the New Concept Cars Toyota is Showing at the Tokyo Motor Show

C-HR Concept, compact hybrid crossover, and an FCV to debut.

Toyota has a whole bunch of new stuff to debut at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show, including the newly spiffed-up Prius and three new concept vehicles: The C-HR Concept, the S-FR, the FCV Plus, and the KIKAI. Also, there's a new cute little robot, just because.

Space Cars: A Look at Some of NASA's Finest Wheeled Machinery #CarPorn

Off-roading on the Moon and withstanding the harsh climate of Mars.

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 that will always be easy on the eyes and get you through the rest of the week! Here's a look at some of NASA's finest wheeled machinery.

Throwback Thursday: Celebrating the 1977 Volkswagen Rabbit

Reviewing an automotive first in diesel-fueled compact cars.

Each week we take a look back at our favorite cars, trucks, SUVs and explore their evolution - the embarrassing childhood photos. Welcome to Throwback Thursday! This week is no less a walk down memory lane as we feature the 1977 Volkswagen Rabbit, the first popular diesel running car to hit North American showrooms.

Volkswagen Kills Its Entire U.S. Diesel Line in Wake of Scandal

CEO promises company "will overcome this crisis."

In the wake of its diesel scandal, Volkswagen has announced that it is killing its entire line of diesel vehicles in the U.S. The company withdrew its request for federal regulators to certify new diesels. In a prepared statement, Michael Horn, head of VW U.S., admitted he knew about the emissions-test-cheating software in 2014, but was assured it was not making it to market.

VIDEO: Lexus Built a Working Car Out of Cardboard

Don't expect paper Lexuses anytime soon, but it's still cool.

Modern manufacturing is an amazing thing. Thanks to precision laser-cutting, 3-D printing, and other technologies, making things is a lot easier than it used to be. Just ask the folks over at Lexus, who, for some reason, decided to make an electric Lexus IS sedan out of cardboard.

GALLERY: The Lexus RC350 Gets Two Variants: the RC 200t and the RC 300

A rear-drive turbo and an AWD V-6 join the 306 hp V-6.

There is not much new in the looks or options departments with the 2016 Lexus RC, but there are new engine choices, and surely, that counts for something. The ever-popular RC 350 will now share showroom space with two new siblings: the RC 200t and the RC 300 AWD.

GALLERY: The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Goes Out on a High Note

The final edition of the legendary Evo will make you sad to see it go.

Mitsubishi is ending the run of the much-loved Lancer Evolution, but it's sending it out in high style. The Japanese automaker will offer 1,600 numbered Final Edition Lancer Evolution models this year. MSRP of the limited Final Edition will be $37,995.

The Countdown Begins for the 2016 Range Rover Evoque Convertible

Land Rover wireframe sculptures takeover London.

If Londoners weren't aware of the forthcoming 2016 Range Rover Evoque Convertible, they certainly are now after full-size wireframe sculptures were placed in the streets of the UK's capital. Land Rover's highly-anticipated luxury compact SUV convertible will be the first of its kind, set to launch in November and making its public debut at the Los Angeles International Auto Show.

General Motors Enters the Personal Mobility Fray

U.S automaker to invest in self-driving cars, e-bikes, fuel cells.

General Motors is the latest automaker to announce an investment in what transportation watchers are calling the "personal mobility revolution." Personal mobility devices like scooters, e-bikes, and an as-yet-unnamed class of moving robots like Honda's UNI-CUB, are set to become hugely popular as the population expands and more people choose to live in crowded urban areas as opposed to crowded suburbs.

The 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer: Soldiering On, Sans Evolution and Ralliart

Because every car needs LED daytime running lights now.

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, a sports-car staple in both motorsport and street-car legend, is gone. But that doesn't mean that the sedan it's based off, the Lancer, is going anywhere. In fact, it's definitely sticking around. For the 2016 model year, Mitsubishi's throwing some new technology at its sensible compact offering, although it is killing off the half-Evo Ralliart variant.

Volvo's Drive Me Project: Getting Self-Driving Cars on the Road in Sweden

Swedish automaker teams with Autoliv to create autonomous cars.

Volvo has been at the forefront of automotive safety ever since one of its engineers, Nils Bohlin invented the three-point harness back in 1959. It's no surprise, then, that the Swedish automaker should now be on the leading edge of self-driving-car technology.

Nissan's Front-Wheel-Drive Prototype Will Return to Racing in 2016

2015 wasn't a great year, but that's no reason to just quit.

Nissan's debut of its front-wheel-drive GT-R LM Nismo prototype racecar was at this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans. It did not end well, with only one of three cars crossing the finish line, and its finish wasn't even recorded, because it failed to complete more than 70 percent of the laps of the winning car. Many thought Nissan would just throw in the towel after that, but for the optimists out there, we've got good news - it's coming back for 2016.