Monday, September 25, 2017
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New Car Reviews

New Car Reviews


Honest opinions - the good, bad and ugly. View the entire archive.

2017 Toyota Highlander

First of all, there are no turbos. That fact alone sets the current Toyota Highlander apart from almost all other mid-sized crossover SUVs - most of which either come standard with or...

2017 Kia Niro

The Prius has a rival that no one seems to know about - probably because Kia hasn’t done much to market its hybridness. It’s the Kia Niro - and you probably haven’t...

2018 Genesis G80

It used to be that you at least got a six when spent $50k on a luxury car. Now you get a four . . .  if you buy a German $50k...

2018 VW Tiguan

The hardest cars to write about - and to buy - are crossover SUVs. Which to pick? What to say? So many . . . so alike. It's like shopping for refrigerators. VW's...

2018 Nissan 370Z

Over the course of its long life, Chevy has almost cancelled the Corvette at least twice. Ford once gave thought to dropping the Mustang. Yes, really. Wisely - as it turned out - neither...

2017 Hyundai Veloster

Coupes have the right lines, but it can be awkward to take more than one person along for the ride. Even if the car has four seats. Getting to them - and out...

2017 Fiat Spider

Is there room enough for two of basically the same thing? It depends how different they are. Back in the '70s, GM was able to successfully sell two iterations of the same thing...

2017 Chevrolet Corvette

One reads that the current Corvette is the best Corvette ever, but is it? It is certainly the best-performing Corvette ever. That can't be debated. The numbers tell the tale. It accelerates...

2018 VW Atlas

Atlas held up the world. The VW Atlas could swallow a Beetle. It is the biggest VW, ever - and proof (if you needed it) that Big is in and Small is out. Well,...

2017 Lincoln Continental

Comebacks are never easy - but they are doable. Ask Cadillac. Not so very long ago, GM’s luxury car division was on the mat, the count at seven or eight. Cadillac had lost...
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