The Mini Cooper has always been special. And as the brand has expanded, engineers and stylists have not failed at baking in the uniqueness that has kept the car highly popular for more than 50 years.
Nissan is branding 2016 as the Year of the Truck. But the automaker first started its assault on the country's light-truck market last year when it introduced the 2016 Titan XD Cummins V8 Turbo Diesel.
The Nissan Altima is one of the hottest midsize sedans on the market. It has racked up five straight years of sales growth. And it was redesigned for the 2016 model year.
The Swedish automaker used the introduction of the 2017 model year to debut the installation of Drive-E engines into its 60 Series Cross Country nameplates.
The XT5 is lighter, quicker, nimbler and more maneuverable then the model it replaced and it can run rings around most of its direct competitors. In short, the XT5 is for drivers.
Kia reminds us of the tale about the hare and the tortoise, with the Korean automaker in the role of the latter.
The Range Rover is hands down the best luxury sport utility on the planet and it just got better.
On guy asked if he could sit behind the steering wheel while another got in the back seat and a third stood outside the car checking out the lines of the 2016 Cadillac's CT6. You expect that sort of reaction ...
The refresh of the fourth-generation Pathfinder was more than the addition or subtraction of a little chrome or changing a crease here or there — everything between the bumpers was touched.
Nissan continues to expand its reach into the pickup truck market.
We ended up with the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid by accident. Our scheduled car was canceled because of mechanical issues and we were offered the hybrid. It was a great car and it just might be a bit of a ...
There's an old saying about staying in position and that is just what Nissan is trying to do.
A new feature called "Teen Driver Technology" will appear on 10 of Chevrolet's 2017 models, aiming to buttress safe driving practices of young motorists.
We were so impressed with the spin that we took more or less around the block in the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica that we asked for a longer test drive.
"Yep, that's a Buick," was said more than once during our week-long test-drive of the Cascada. That's because it is a very stylish car and more important the Cascada is a 2+2 convertible.