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2022 Toyota Supra GR

Would you be interested in a lighter, quicker - and less expensive iteration of BMW’s Z4 roadster? With a hard top rather than a soft-top? Then step right up! Toyota has what...

2022 Lexus RX350

Mad Max drove the last of the V8 Interceptors. This may be your last chance to drive the last V6 powered crossover. Which also happens to be the first crossover. The Lexus RX. What...

2022 Hyundai Sante Fe

Crossovers are criticized - correctly - for looking and being the same, as if cut from the same mold, regardless of badge. Most of them have similarly bland drivetrains - and not...

2021 Toyota Venza

Well, it’s back. Most people probably didn’t know it was gone. The Toyota Venza. It’s been absent from Toyota’s roster of models since the 2015 model year, probably because Americans, for whatever reason,...

2021 Mazda Miata

It’s easy to forget there are still cars that are about driving rather than transportation. Cars that make the trip more appealing than the destination. Such a car is the Mazda Miata....

2022 Hyundai Sonata

Does anyone still make mid-sized family sedans? Haven’t they all been cancelled - in favor of crossovers? Most of them, yes. Including - most recently - the Mazda6 sedan, which Mazda announced...

Legroom City

I thought I'd show everyone just how much legroom there is for the driver (and front seat passenger) inside the 2022 Hyundai Sonata I've been test driving this week. It has...

2021 Ford Bronco Sport

The resurrected Ford Bronco gets all the press. But there’s another Bronco that may warrant your attention, if you’d like something a bit less aggressive - and significantly less expensive. It’s the...

2022 Mini Cooper

What has the Mini Cooper got that the VW Beetle lacked? The question arises because the Mini is still here - while the Beetle isn’t. The resurrected icon was initially very popular...

2021 Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye

What’s wrong with 707 horsepower? Nothing that 797 horsepower can’t cure! That’s a two sentence summary of the Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye - the most aptly named consumer product since Jolt cola. But...
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