The all-new 2019 Kia K900 is a car that lives in the gray space of large, luxury sedans that aren’t German. But this K900 struck us as a budget-friendly luxury sedan that undercuts the competition so well that you might be tempted to give it a try.
Comfort is the priority here and the 2019 Lexus LS500 delivers in spades. The car gets on with it’s job in an absolutely effortless way. Once you’re behind the wheel and driving down the road, you realize how isolating the experience is.
The shining star of the Regal GS is how it handles. The steering, suspension, brakes, and even the all-wheel-drive system all work in tandem to make it happen.
The most striking aspect of the G90 is just how long it is. The wheelbase extends for an eternity, which makes a walk to the trunk and back count as measurable exercise.
Kia sold more Fortes in 2017 than any other model. To keep pace with its popularity, Kia has completely redesigned the Forte for 2019.
We drive the revitalized Kia Optima SX. Kia’s midsize sedan sports a turbocharged engine, revised styling, and smart new tech for 2019.
With marked improvements in comfort and handling, the all-new 2019 VW Jetta becomes one of our favorites.
The Mazda 6 has always been the mid size sedan to buy if you like to have fun on the back roads.
Since the 2018 VW Passat GT gives you all the engine you want without the costs of the top-trim SEL Premium, it makes it the best bang for your buck.
Speaking of being in a sports car, that’s just what the 2018 Kia Stinger GT2 feels like…some of the time.