We got the call, the car is in. Time to start Driven’s first long term test.
Every year since 1994, the journalists of the Northwest Auto Press Association have gathered the year’s newest utes and crossovers to determine the best SUV of the year. How does your favorite rig come out in this year’s tough competition? Time to dish the, uh, dirt.
The guy who can drive any car he wants (and often does) has clocked over 10,000 miles in his Volt. And he’s still on the first tank of gas.
Just another reason why Audi is white hot these days.
We finally pulled the trigger. Time to see how accurate your guess (and mine) was.
The car has been bought. Everyone have their guesses in? Anyone like the TV show “The Office”?
Ask yourself this- If you had a machine that printed money, would you tamper with it in any way, shape or form?
Used to be the no-brainer choices in the compact car world were Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic and Mazda3. Then Ford and Chevy got on their A game with Focus and Cruze. And now there’s Hyundai Elantra. And it’s very, very good.
The Range Rover Evoque Will Not Be Lost In The Crowd, Or The Woods…
The choices have been whittled down to three. Pick the winner and you just might get a hat.
Americans have never embraced small cars. That’s beginning to change as fuel prices raise, the economy tanks and the vehicles get more comfortable. Will the 2012 Kia Rio be able to snag buyers away from Fiesta, Yaris, Fit, Accent and Sonic?
No, it doesn’t say to the world “I’m driving a hybrid dammit!” Maybe that’s a good thing…