Most of us think of luxury when we hear the name Lexus, but the name can also mean fuel economy if you choose the right model.
When you make the top-selling car model of all time, you must be doing something right. For 2017, changes are few to the Toyota Corolla, but…
Back in the 90s, Billy Joel had a song: “It’s All About Soul.” With Korean car-maker Kia, it’s definitely all about Soul, and for 2017, you …
Small crossover vehicles continue to grow in popularity with families. For 2017, Nissan has upgraded its entry: the Rogue.
For 2017, Volkswagen has baked up a fresh new machine that uses an old recipe. It’s called the Golf Alltrack.
When it comes to larger crossovers, Acura’s MDX has always included lots of luxury. Now, it’s not ugly anymore.
The Ford Escape is one of the most popular vehicles on the road for a reason, and it’s even better for 2017.
When the Kia Cadenza debuted three years ago, it had premium features but was still rough around the edges. No more.
Mazda has always stressed that driving should be fun – no matter what type of vehicle you choose. The company’s big family hauler, the CX-9,…
Some people who drive SUVs really like all the cargo space or the off-road ability, but what about luxury? Lexus has an idea.
Compact crossovers are very popular vehicles with many drivers, but they can be a little boring. That’s where the Lexus NX 200t comes in.
Kia’s biggest crossover vehicle, the Sorento, is continuing its move upmarket both in features and price.
It’s been four years since a major redesign of Volvo’s top-selling model: the S60 sedan, but it’s still a pleasing machine.
The top-selling car from Mazda, the 3, has been updated for 2017. The result is an even better handling small machine.
The original hybrid car – the Toyota Prius – is all-new and drives better than ever, but it’s a good thing you can’t see it from behind the …
Sometimes a car comes along that creates a whole new category. When VW released the GTI in 1983, the hot hatchback was born. The 2016 model …
If you’ve ever wanted a truck to haul things around but don’t want the noise and rough ride for everyday use, Honda hears you.
Why in the world would a car company build a sedan that can go more than 200 miles an hour? Because it can.
When a motor vehicle has the word sport in its name, you’d think it might be fun to drive – right? The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport does not l…
Toyota’s big sedan, the Avalon, was once a favorite of the gray hair set, but younger customers have come on board.