While the outward bodywork and drivetrain might look Italian, this Fiat has more than a little Japanese DNA.
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Did you know you can still get a manual transmission in a pickup truck? There are a handful of trucks in 2018, mostly midsize, that still have an optional 3rd pedal. But the Toyota Tacoma is unique.
There’s more than just a new pretty face behind the 2018 F-150. Over the last two years, updated engines and an all-new transmission keep America’s best-selling truck bringing back buyers.
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.
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.