If you’re on the fence about buying a diesel, the 2012 ML350 is a good, strong, torquey reason to take the plunge.
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Say the word “hybrid” and most people automatically think of Prius. VW’s first hybrid is a very luxurious and capable SUV. And it has a supercharger…
Bold design, a 10-year powertrain warrantee and unexpected features combined with value price is tough to beat. However, more power is always appealing.
The 2012 Acura TL ditches the controversial shield grille and adds another cog to the automatic transmission. But there’s so much more than that…
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.
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.
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.
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.
The BMW 535i Gran Turismo is for the buyer who needs a station wagon but doesn’t like the fashion statement.
The TSX Sport Wagon is for those who love the driving dynamics of a sport sedan but need to haul stuff on a regular basis. That applies to nearly everyone on planet Earth.