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I spend a week in Chevy’s extended range electric vehicle. Couldn’t have done it without the generator.
The BMW X3 does all of the things other crossovers do, it just has a little more fun doing it.
Despite the hybrid badge, the Cayenne S Hybrid’s mission is quite different than Prius or Insight. That should surprise no one. It’s a Porsche.
Toyota’s Prius V is a bigger station wagon edition of everyone’s favorite planet saver. V stands for versatile, not v-rroom.
For buyers who have a classic sense of style and a swimming pool full of money.
The Audi A7 makes my driveway the north wing of the Seattle Art Museum.
If you’ve been waiting for an electric car that doesn’t look and feel like it was cobbled together in someone’s garage, Leaf is worth getting amped up about.
The Cadillac CTS-V Wagon should not be appealing to most buyers in the US. Americans don’t like station wagons, it gets lousy fuel economy and it starts at 63K. Be careful though. One test drive and you’ll be tempted to raid your 401K.
The Heart of Racing follows Team Seattle through the 2007 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona Beach. If you’re not familiar with them, they don’t just race, they also collect pledges along the way to raise money for Seattle’s Children’s Hospital. And if you think Team Seattle is only about a warm fuzzy feeling, know that they compete fiercely, winning in the GT class.
An old favorite gets a fresh new face and a few other tweaks. Is it enough to keep the suddenly competitive Sonata and Optima at bay?
Looking for a fun car that you won’t see thirty times on your way to work? Mitsubishi packs a lot of smiles into the Lancer Ralliart.