Cars :: Vehicle Spotlight
Buyers of luxury sport utility vehicles keep choosing one SUV - the Lexus RX - in greater numbers than any other. It’s easy to see why.
Mercedes-Benz’s new entry-level car, the CLA, is a fun-to-drive, turbocharged, front-drive, compact sedan that looks more expensive than its $30,825 starting retail price.
American roads are taking on a more Italian look these days. First, Fiat SpA of Italy returned to the United States with its tiny Fiat 500 cars after buying into America’s Chrysler Corp. in 2009.
Despite the common perception that Toyota and its luxury brand, Lexus, are best in fuel economy, it is the gasoline-electric hybrid version of Lincoln’s 2014 MKZ that ranks as the top luxury car in fuel mileage.
To car guys, it’s one of the world’s best sports cars, while others see it as a pretentious dick-size compensation device. As a person who reviews cars for a living, I see it as the most impressive new automobile of 2014.
A dozen years after its start as an edgy, luxury sedan, the mid-size Cadillac CTS is evolving into a handsome, less edgy and decidedly German-feeling car with improved handling.
Twenty-five years after its debut as a lightweight, fun-to-drive, sporty roadster, the Mazda MX-5 Miata still travels a road all its own.
The roomy and comfortable riding Honda Odyssey family van is starting 2014 much the way it finished 2013 - on top.
The attractive styling on a 2014 Buick Regal test car so stumped admirers, many could not believe it was a Buick. The common question was, "What kind of car is that?" - even as they stared at the Buick and Regal badges.
I’m a sucker for a pretty face. And with its clean grille and Audi A5-like LED running lights, the all-new 2015 Chrysler 200’s face definitely qualifies as pretty. The 200 has a good body and great ass, too, if I may go there.