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2017 Subaru BRZ Limited Review

There's gotta be a purist on the Subaru board of directors

2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited Platinum V6 AWD Review

The priciest Highlander makes a strong case for its existence

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Limited Review

South Korea is making a very good, very un-weird EV

2017 Cadillac Escalade 4WD Premium Luxury Review

There's nothing subtle about this thing, on purpose.

Why Does the Second Row Middle Seat have to Suck so Bad?

It's earned a curse word as a nickname for a reason

The vast majority of five-passenger cars, CUVs, and SUVs can really only be used regularly for four passengers. Why? Because the second-row middle seat in just about every vehicle out there sucks.

What the Future of Car Interiors Holds for Buyers

We've come a long way, but more change is coming

Over the decades-worth of automotive history, car interiors have changed aesthetically and functionally in so many ways they're almost unrecognizable from the first models.

Rumor Mill: 2018 Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited

Jeep's legendary off-roader gets new equipment

A new generation of the Wrangler should arrive in 2018. When it does, there will be plenty of new equipment for Jeep fanatics to get excited about.

The Sad End of the Ford Fiesta ST in America

One of the best hot hatches around bites it here.

We've heard rumors that the new Fiesta ST might not be sold here, and now we can confirm that this truly depressing news is true.

The 2019 Genesis G70 is Going After the BMW 3-Series

Genesis reveals its slick, entry-level luxury-sports sedan

Ever since Hyundai established the Genesis brand, we've awaited the company's compact sedan. Well, the wait is over. The G70 is here, and it looks as promising as Genesis's other offerings.

Green Autos: Toyota and Honda Look to Expand Hydrogen Car Usage in California

Will this get the ball rolling for FCV sales?

Hydrogen refueling stations are pretty sparse outside California, and even in the Golden State more of them would be helpful. Luckily, Toyota, Honda, and Shell have announced a collaborative project.

Can the Nissan LEAF Once Again Dominate the Electric Car Segment?

The industry has evolved, and the LEAF has, too

The Nissan LEAF captivated every electric car enthusiast when it first came out eight years ago. Nissan has a new LEAF for 2018, and the company hopes it to be just as successful as its predecessor.

eBay Find: 1966 Ford Bronco Half Cab

A beautiful and rare version of the iconic 4X4

The Ford Bronco is one of the most legendary 4x4's an American automaker has ever produced. Our eBay find is one of the unique and rare Bronco Half Cabs that's undergone a restoration.

The Cruise Bolt EV is Ready for Autonomous Driving

How do you feel about riding in a car with no driver?

In the automotive industry, manufacturers have almost all motioned towards making an autonomous cars, and General Motors is one of them.

Nissan Plans to Replace the Painfully Old Frontier Pickup

The Methuselah of trucks will take a much-needed dirt nap

It looks like Nissan has finally caved and has initiated plans to replace the Frontier, a truck that hasn't had a redesign in thirteen long years. 

5 Great Things About the 2018 Volvo XC60

The smaller brother to the XC90 may be the better vehicle

Volvo's XC90 showed the world that the Swedish company has the expertise to build a luxury SUV that can hang with Audi and Mercedes-Benz. The XC60 is that vehicle's little brother.

Tesla Ups Model S Driving Range to Help Owners Escape Hurricane Irma

A generous and easy gesture by Mr. Musk

Hurricane Irma is taking the southeast region of the country by storm, and Tesla has decided to do what they can to help those who own one of their vehicles.

Rumor Mill: Chevrolet Blazer

Will Chevy get its Blazer before Ford resurrects the Bronco?

There's a lot of crossovers and SUVs available right now, but it seems the Chevrolet could add one more to its lineup, the Blazer. The Blazer name has a rich history among Chevrolet fans.

The Crossover Segment is Confusing as Hell

It's made classifying vehicles a whole lot trickier

Like gender roles, sexuality, race, and culture, vehicles are becoming harder and harder to fit into preselected categories. This is due mostly to the crossover utility vehicle.