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New Car Reviews

New Car Reviews


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

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...

2017 Subaru BRZ

What if Porsche sold minivans? Even if it was a really top-drawer minivan, it’d be a tough sell - because most Porsche buyers aren’t minivan buyers. Eskimos and ice. Subaru faces a similar...

2017 Jeep Compass

It’s a really good sign that Fiat continues to invest money in new Jeeps - like this just-updated 2017 Compass. It suggests there is a future for Jeep. Probably because Jeeps sell. For...

2017 Jeep Cherokee

Most crossover SUVs can't cross over very much. They lack the clearance - and the capability. They are basically - actually - cars masquerading as SUVs. They are built on car...

2017 Toyota Prius

The burden on the Champ is to remain the Champ - or know when to retire before retirement is forced upon you. The Toyota Prius is still the Champ - and has...

2017 Kia Cadenza

One of the most successful luxury cars ever is the Lexus ES. Along with another Lexus - the LS - it ate Mercedes' and BMW’s lunch  . .  . and didn’t...

2017 Mercedes Metris

When you hear “minivan,” probably the first thing that pops to mind is not Mercedes. But in Europe, Benzes are dominant in the commercial/work fleet - everything from taxis to buses to...
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