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LSB Scott V

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Fitting In: 2016 Honda HR-V

The Honda HR-V is an all-new market entry for Honda. It’s based on the fun and well-put-together Fit, which we drove earlier this year. The question isn’t whether or not Honda packaged the HR-V well enough to sell, but rather if the HR-V is as fun as the […]

Icon: 2015 VW Golf R

List a few iconic cars. Perhaps you thought about the Ford Mustang, the Chevrolet Corvette, or the VW Beetle. Did you consider the VW Golf? Maybe you should. Perhaps not the original hatchback, the Golf is none-the-less the progenitor of all modern hot hatches. It’s dominance paved the […]

Bold: 2015 Toyota Camry XSE

Bold. Bold is the best way that Toyota can describe the new Camry. We can’t completely disagree…in regards to its new styling. We got our first looks at the car when we were sitting at the reveal in New York last year.  Visually, we could tell the Camry […]

Comfort Zone: 2015 Lexus RC F

Nearly a decade ago, a small team of Lexus engineers began transforming the rather sedate IS sedan into something…sporty. At the 2007 NAIAS, Lexus officially unveiled the founding F, the IS F, alongside the radical LF-A concept. We had the chance to drive the IS F before it […]

Reinveted: 2015 Infiniti Q70

Flagships – every brand has one. They represent the newest and most advanced technologies combined with the biggest and most luxurious platform. The Q70, formerly the M56, is Infiniti’s flagship. For 2015, Infiniti’s biggest sedan gets a little bigger with the addition of the long-wheelbase Q70L. Replete with […]

Sleek: 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe

Over the past few years, no brand has worked harder to change their image than Cadillac. New products, new marketing, and a new headquarters all aim to set Cadillac apart from the GM family. Targeting German benchmarks, like the BMW 3 Series, by name, Cadillac has been working […]

Follow Up: 2015 Scion FRS Automatic

We’ve done this before. That was the thought when the Scion FRS arrived at LSB HQ. Unlike last time, however, this particular FRS was fitted with a 6-speed automatic. There were, admittedly, a few other noticeable differences. First off: the weather. Our first drive of the FRS came […]