In short, if you can afford the new G-Wagen, buy it, you won’t regret it.
Easily the most revered of the Holy Trinity of hypercars, this LaFerrari is no garage queen yet maintained in immaculate condition.
Watch the hybrid Explorer being put to the test here, both on- and off-road.
It looks delicious and sports Ferrari-built engines – but is that enough in such a highly contested class?.
The 205 GTi is not flawless, but it remains one of the most fun to drive hatches ever built.
Each has its own plus and (some) minuses, but in the end, there’s only room for one at the top.
With practically no mechanical changes, the Japanese SUV relies mostly on stylistic changes to stay relevant.
The new Ford Explorer sounds impressive on paper but now it’s time to find out what it’s like on the real world.
Both the X3 M and X4 M use a new twin-turbo 3.0-liter six with up to 503 HP in Competition spec.
Add just a few optional extras, and the Edge ST can go over $50k.
The 592-horsepower Polestar 1 is a well-sorted package with good balance between comfort and sportiness.
No one wants an estate, so if you need the space but despise crosssovers, the Proceed might be the one for you.