Introduced in 1999, the Audi allroad was a cult favorite that had a six year run. Now it’s back, but not without significant changes.
Families have embraced crossovers and for 2013, Hyundai is taking a big cue from that. The new third generation Santa Fe is becoming a family of CUVs of sorts- the two-row Sport and a three-row version to replace the Veracruz.
Time for Tom to get back to work.
It’s easy to bolt on a few pieces to make a car look fast. The Chevy Camaro ZL1 takes the authentic path with good old fashioned excessive power. 580 tire shedding horsepower makes it hard to avoid a speeding ticket.
What Driven looks like in a half hour form.
I know, I know. You all want to know when the next review will be posted. It’s coming, but I’m taking a little break first.
The S60 sedan has been a breakout car for Volvo. Only trouble is, getting all-wheel drive meant buying the more expensive T6 model. Not anymore. The 2013 T5 can be had for significantly less. Is it still a desirable car?
Car buyers want the fuel economy of a compact these days but don’t want to give up the room and comfort of their mid-sized sedans. With impressive EPA numbers, the 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid is one way to achieve that paradigm.
Starting at 106K it’s clear the 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL550 is an expensive car. But just because you can’t afford one doesn’t mean it’s not a good value.
Infiniti has never had a seven passenger crossover before. The tech packed JX35 gives them a swoopy entry into the market. Can it compete with Acura MDX, Audi Q7, and BMW X5?
Sorry folks, no review this week but I was able to dredge this story up. If you’ve ever wondered how these videos are made (or why I fill the trunks with TP) this will explain a few things. The hair however remains a mystery.
The doors to LeMay America’s Car Museum opened on June 2, 2012 in Tacoma, WA. This gem features 165,000 square feet of vehicles and memorabilia, a must see if you’re even remotely interested in the art of the automobile.