The first reviews find Porsche’s core sports car improved in almost every area, especially the interior.
The afterhours project is joined by newer Transit Connect, with the Mk3 Focus ST’s running gear .
Comfortable seating, secure handling and standard seating for 7, are the facelifted Sorento’s strong points.
The $35k model isn’t available yet, but the existing versions combine stellar performance and long range.
Consumer Reports tries out the second-generation Leaf equipped with the larger 60 kWh battery.
The new RDX offers dynamic handling and sharp steering without sacrificing ride comfort.
The revised Honda HR-V offers improved sound deadening, comfortable ride, light and responsive steering and much more.
Consumer Reports reviewed the Mitsubishi Eclipse Sport and found it to be disappointing in many aspects.
The new Audi RS4 Avant gets you a powerful V6, sharp steering and comfortable ride.
The Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 starts at €63,546 in Germany and $56,250 in the United States.
The manual 911 GT3 Touring is more involving and fun to drive than the plain 911 GT3 with PDK.
Were the early 2000s the golden era of performance cars? This video certainly seems to indicate that.