The Recon is Jeep’s newest and most off-road-focused Wrangler model available in 2017. Based on the Rubicon, the Recon starts by adding a strengthened front axle, heavy-duty differential covers, off-road steel bumpers, and new off-road rock rails.
For 2018, Hyundai’s corporate grille design is bolder, larger and much more accented on the front of our Limited trim tester. Around back, a single square outlet exhaust to annoy anyone who prefers symmetry, and a new trunk and taillight design round out the changes.
The midsize sedan segment is really heating up and Ford may have come out with the hottest model of them all. Not content with a simple update to their stylish sedan, engineers went to work under the hood to add more power, more drive wheels, and more exhaust tips to this new variant.
Out with the old and in with the new. We said goodbye to the Cadillac SRX and hello to the all-new XT5.
Toyota’s foray into the world of compact crossover comes prix fixe with a silly name. It is, of course, aimed squarely at none other than the elusive millennial. Will it stand out as a special snowflake, just like the demographic it’s targeted at?
It was cold and snowy the last time we drove the Toyota Tacoma. But it’s now sunny and warm for our second go-round, this time in the all-new TRD Pro.
The 2017 Prius Prime is Toyota’s all new plug-in hybrid which boasts better efficiency, increased range in EV mode and new technology.
On paper, the new 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack has a delicate balance of practicality, efficiency, technology, and most importantly, driveability. Does it hold up in the real world?
There was no missing the Go Green paint of the Dodge Charger Daytona 392 in the Limited Slip Blog driveway. It signaled the start of a very fun week.
After living with the all-new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox for 10 days, it’s easy to see why this new model is going to be a sales giant for Chevrolet. The bevy of safety features, upscale cabin, and frugal fuel economy will entice shoppers.