Tag: car reviews

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Get Out of Town!

October 27, 2023. Alan Rider

Who needs pavement when you’re driving one of these off-road-capable crossovers.

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Test Drive: Thrills Per Miles

August 09, 2023. Alan Rider

Nowadays, fun-to-drive cars come in all shapes and sizes.

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Just the Right Size

June 07, 2023. Alan Rider

Like Goldilocks, we’re all looking for a car that’s not too big and not too small.
Here are a couple we think fit the bill.

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: The Future of the SUV

March 02, 2023. Alan Rider

Modern sport-utility vehicles will change the way you think about the category.

Cars & Trucks

The Discontinued Cars of 2023

January 27, 2023. Andrew Sheldon

Some notable cars from the likes of Volkswagen, Toyota and Honda will be discontinued in 2023. Is your vehicle one of them?

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Crossover SUVs

February 14, 2022. Alan Rider

If the sign of a maturing market segment is diversity, the humble crossover SUV is all grown up. Here are two distinctly different models that illustrate our point.

Cars & Trucks & Electric Vehicles

Test Drive: Electric Avenue

February 14, 2022. Alan Rider

Electric cars have been around for more than a century, but they’re currently enjoying a second heyday, with dozens of new models on the way. Here are two of the best you can buy today:

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Maximum MPG

May 26, 2021. Alan Rider

The average automobile returns about 25 miles per gallon. Here’s a pair of not-so-exotic vehicles pushing the boundaries of fuel efficiency.

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Fab Four-Doors

March 31, 2021. Alan Rider

Carmakers haven’t totally abandoned traditional automotive body-styles. Despite the demise of several high-profile nameplates, there are still a number of fabulous four-doors on the market.

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Test Drive: Turning It up to ‘11’

February 11, 2021. Alan Rider

In “This Is Spinal Tap,” a character brags that their amplifiers go to “11” instead of just 10. That same philosophy applies to cars when automakers take performance to the next level.