First Drive: The 2015 Toyota Sienna

The "swagger wagon" lives up to its ridiculous name.

On my initial walk-around of the 2015 Toyota Sienna I was extremely impressed with the dark chestnut-brown leather interior on the Limited grade with an enormous 16-inch drop-down video monitor and the large amount of legroom. Toyota has turned what was once deemed only for soccer moms into a rolling man cave complete with premium sound and Blueray (should you spring for it).

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First Drive: The 2015 Toyota Camry

Toyota realizes there's always room for improvement.

Toyota's midcycle revamp of the Camry is everything it was hyped up to be. Having spent a day in sunny Jacksonville, Florida, driving several different models, it was easy to see why the Camry sold over 400,000 units last year and is on track to beat that number in 2014.

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The 2015 Honda Civic Si: Yep, It's Still Around

Does Honda's spry compact have what it takes to compete?

The Civic Si is a hot sport compact with quite the history. Si, which stands for Sport Injected, is the most-hopped-up version of Honda's traditional Civic. The badge has been around since the mid-1980s, and for the whole of its existence, it's been a fun car that's built to be revved out. Honda just released information on the 2015 model, but in the face of its competition, one has to wonder if sticking to the formula is not enough anymore.

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The 2015 Dodge Charger: Fast and Family-Friendly

Try paying these prices at your average German dealership.

Earlier this year, Dodge released the 2015 Challenger, which featured a whole host of upgrades to both the interior and exterior. However, the thing that most people focused on was the Hellcat trim, which gave the Challenger a 707-horsepower Hemi V-8. Now, it's time for Dodge to release its four-doored Challenger, otherwise known as the Charger, and just like its coupe brother, the Charger brings both power and affordability to the table.

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First Drive: The 2015 Toyota Yaris

The affordable sub-compact is now even sportier.

My opinion has definitely changed after driving the hell out of a few Yarises (Yari?) in sunny Florida over the last couple of days. he truth is the Yaris fills an important and often overlooked niche that was once populated with Dodge Neons and Chevrolet Cavaliers - the inexpensive college kid car. But this is no bare-bones box on wheels.

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Bang for Your Buck: Land Rover LR4

Checking out a new car's competition from the used-car market.

This week, our control is the 2014 Land Rover LR4. With a starting price of $49,700, it's decidedly cheaper than the Range Rover, but it's still a very versatile body-on-frame SUV with room for up to seven people. It's powered by a 3.0-liter V-6, but its full-time 4WD means its fuel economy is garbage (14 mpg city, 19 mpg highway). It's as good crawling the 'burbs as it is crawling rocks, but can it crawl over the used-car competition?

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