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2023 Nissan Frontier

The Nissan Frontier - like the Ford Ranger and the Toyota Tacoma and the Chevy Colorado - used to be a compact-sized truck that almost anyone who wanted a new truck...

2024 Buick Envista

Times change.  At one time, GM’s Buick division was known for selling big cars with big engines that were almost Cadillacs but not as flashy - and a bit less pricey.  Today, Buick...

2023 Dodge Hornet

Dodge got handed a bag of lemons - with lots of brown spots - in the form of government regulations that have effectively outlawed the kinds of cars that only Dodge...

2024 Subaru Crosstrek

Last year - which is still actually this model year - Subaru’s Crosstrek was pretty much the only small crossover that still came standard with a manual transmission.  Or even offered one.  Next...

2023 Honda Civic

There’s a reason why people buy things. It is because the things people buy are appealing to the people who spend money on them.  That has been the secret of the Honda...

2024 Subaru Impreza

There used to be two versions of Subaru’s Impreza - a sedan and a five-door hatchback. Now there’s just the hatchback. Also gone is the manual transmission that used to be available in...

2023 Toyota Prius

If there really is a "climate crisis" - as opposed to climate hysteria - you'd think people would be encouraged to buy hybrids like the Toyota Prius. Unlike electric vehicles, the Prius...

2023 BMW M2

What could be better than a more-than-400-horsepower twin-turbo six, paired with a manual transmission and rear-wheel-drive?  How about paying about $12k less for it?  In a nutshell, that’s the $62,200 BMW M2 -...

2023 Mercedes EQE (the SUV)

Mercedes sells two EQEs. One of them is an electric sedan (reviewed here) and the other an electric SUV. They don't look the same but they’re both named EQE - which is...

2023 Dodge Challenger Black Ghost

Some of you may remember Pontiac. Years from now, some of us may remember Dodge. What happened to the former is on the verge of happening to the latter, some 45 years...
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