Chrysler’s 300 is a double-breasted suit in a world full of safe navy blue blazers. All-wheel drive gives it the traction to appeal to a whole new generation of corporate climbers.
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With serious scoot and the ability to change personality with the push of a button, the M5 is a car only BMW could make.
The new 2014 Subaru Forester XT is bigger, more comfortable and more fuel efficient. Can it still hit the trails? We take it to DirtFish rally school to find out.
Camry and Accord have been so popular for so long that it’s hard to fathom that Altima has crashed their party. The new 2013 model looks like it’s settling in for a lengthy stay.
Think Cadillac can’t compete with the world’s best sport sedans? Then you’re not paying attention. The 2013 ATS is a strong competitor in the performance world. Believe it.
XTS is the largest sedan Cadillac makes so many assume it’s positioned against flagships like the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S Class, and Lexus LS. Hmmm…
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?
For years the Lexus ES sedan has been a car with soft lines and an even softer ride quality. Owners told Lexus to man it up a little. The sixth generation does just that and adds a hybrid version for good measure.
If imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, nearly every auto manufacturer on the planet has been sending BMW love letters for the past 37 years in the form of cars that slavishly copy the design cues of the 3. And now there’s an all new one.
Verano might be the smallest Buick but it hits a very large sweet spot. It appears the TriShield brand has finally nailed a unique direction, confidence, and purpose.