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Acura has spent the time redesigning the RDX well since the third-generation small luxury crossover looks and feels nothing like the two that came before it.
What once seemed on the outskirts for many car buyers has become a serious consideration, and EVs are here to stay. Here are five reasons why you should consider buying one.
But the new kid on the block, the Insight Hybrid, is the model's first foray into the sedan segment. The question is how do these two stack up against each other, and why do they both exist?
Choosing the right car isn't easy, so we want to help by telling you what we'd buy with our own money. Today, we're covering midsize crossovers, a segment that cuts a wide swath across the industry.
The one weak link in the muscle car formula is the interior. They tend to be horrendous when it comes to ergonomics and visibility. Only one of them does it well.
Most cars these days are pretty good, but some are truly surprising. One that really surprised us was the 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo.
The new, dark 4Runner trim is called the Nightshade Edition, so named for a deadly flower whose berries can kill.
Now, it seems the Chrysler 300 is also destined to die an ignominious death, and probably no one shy of amateur rappers and road-tripping businessmen will even notice.
A first-time track driver learns the basics from the pros and tries them out in the 2019 Dodge Durango SRT at GingerWay Raceway.
Base models are cheaper than their better-equipped counterparts. That means you can save some money when buying new, but is that really a smart idea?
Now that some time has passed, and we're testing the 2019 Avalon for our in-depth review, we can say that we weren't mistaken about the cabin.
The Lincoln MKZ is a strange car. It's been tweaked a few times over the past several years, and it soldiers on as one of two passenger cars in Lincoln's crossover heavy lineup.
We just saw a red one this morning on the way to the office, and it's pretty freakin' awful for a car that really costs more like $50K instead of $30K and one for which some customers have waited over
Mazda has a new CX-5 with a diesel engine in it. That will mean better fuel economy and torque, but will the model actually sell or has VW ruined diesel engines with Dieselgate?
The world loves muscle cars, unless you happen to be the neighbor of a muscle car owner who loves to rev his engine at all hours. They're like a kid's imagination come to life.