A high-revving naturally aspirated motor, a 6-speed manual transmission, and the very best track-driving technology all wrapped into one very boisterous and very blue package.
Reading through the marketing materials, we were initially dismayed, but the Hyundai Veloster N is one of the most capable and enjoyable new performance cars on the market.
The 2019 Volkwagen Jetta GLI remains the sport sedan you can drive every day without compromise. The sporty dynamics, upscale features, and available technology make it a standout.
The Volkswagen Golf is THE hatchback, the benchmark by which all others are measured. And it has been for over 45 years.
Mazda’s engineers have been hard at work enhancing the Miata just in time for 2019. The revised MX-5 Club is the most engaging and dynamic Miata we’ve ever tested.
The all-new 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo is now as fun as it looks. It’s a solid platform that provides driving engagement and hatchback practicality.
Behind the wheel, this new Corolla is tight and nimble. While it isn’t powerful by any measure, it rewards every attempt at maintaining momentum.
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.
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.
Consider the 2017 Honda Civic Si the most affordable and most available performance-oriented Civic on the market.