Same great taste, less filling. That’s been light beer’s motto since it’s inception. It’s also what muscle car makers would have you believe of their smaller-displacement models. We drive the Dodge Challener GT to see if it holds water.
Drives a manual, despises cupholders, enjoys spirited driving.
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A brand new station wagon from Buick…what year is it?! The answer is 2018 and Buick is offering a long-roof variant for the first time in more than two decades; the all new Regal TourX.
No mere meteorological disruption could slow down this 7-passenger performance demigod.
Subaru’s rally heritage can still be felt within the STI. The car responds better the harder you work it. And that’s the appeal of a rally-inspired road car.
Check out the list of the 5 Best and 5 Worst from the 2018 NYIAS and go see the show for yourself!
The Golf R is, without a doubt, the best hot hatch available in the US. One minute you’re blending in with every other Golf, the next you’re slaloming though the corners like a WRC driver.
Some sedans are too hard, some sedans are too soft, and some sedans are just right. Across the Cadillac CTS range, the V-Sport sits in that Goldilocks position.
There’s nothing this Camry does better than erase the bland, appliance-like stereotype the nameplate has carried for generations.
Chevrolet invited us to Winter Driving School at Lime Rock Park to brush up on our low-friction driving skills and learn some helpful tips that can be used out on the street.
Consider the 2017 Honda Civic Si the most affordable and most available performance-oriented Civic on the market.