Ginormous on the outside. But the inside? Debatable.
Review of the 2015 Subaru Forester 2.0 XT Premium
Diesel still conjures up images among the American masses of large, loud, smelly vehicles belching dirty fumes.
Scott Sturgis/Driver’s Seat: 2014 Ram EcoDiesel pickup
The BMW offers such intuitive controls and handles so well that it’s like being one with the road.
In the Q5, it’s less than perfect, but that’s not the engine’s fault.
It handles better than even some smaller pickups. But reliability could be stronger.
Review of the 2014 Nissan Juke Nismo RS
While all-electric vehicles comprise just a small drop in the auto sales ocean, they experienced a tidal wave increase in 2014.
The Mazda5 is like getting a C- paper from an A student. You know the kid’s put his heart and soul into it, but it’s just not there.
Sport luxury sedans square off: 2014 Infiniti Q50 AWD Premium vs. 2014 Acura TL SE
Several modes of travel allow the driver to control the feel of the handling. Unfortunately, I found none of them satisfying.
For people who are in the market to buy a car, or those who rent cars frequently, getting used to a new vehicle can be a challenge.
If you need a vehicle for eight people, the Highlander is the lone choice. The Santa Fe definitely does most everything quite well.
Review of the 2014 Nissan Rogue SV AWD