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New Car Reviews


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

2018 BMW M550i

What’s better than a BMW 5 Series with an M on the trunk lid and a twin-turbo V8 under its hood? How about two 5 Series Ms? There’s the 600 hp M5 -...

2018 Hyundai Sante Fe

Unlike other crossover SUVs, the Hyundai Sante Fe comes more than one way. Shorter - or longer. Two rows - or three. It also comes with more than one engine - your pic of...

2018 BMW X3

Two things are getting hard to find in a compact crossover - in new cars, generally: six cylinder engines - and a rear-drive-based layout. The BMW X3 still has both. It hasn't gone...

2018 Toyota 86

It’s an interesting thing about the Toyota 86 - and the Subaru BRZ. Not that they are basically the same car sold two different ways. The curious thing about both - and...

2018 Mercedes C 350e Hybrid

Don’t buy the hybrid version of the Mercedes C Class for the money it’ll save you. Tell that to your wife. Buy it for the speed it will give you. Tell your friends...

2018 Hyundai Sonata

Two years makes all the difference. Two years ago, the Hyundai Sonata had out-Camry’d the Camry and out-Accorded the Accord. It had achieved at least parity with the blue chips - and...

2018 Infiniti Q50

Infiniti’s cars are not named well. The Q50 sedan, for instance. Neither the letter nor the number seems to stand for anything identifiable about the car. Besides which, it just sounds bland...

2018 Toyota Corolla

Technically, the Toyota Corolla is an entry-level compact sedan - a notch down in size and price from the mid-sized, mid-priced Camry sedan. Well, when it comes to what it costs. But when...

2018 Kia Rio

Kia and Hyundai are - today - like Ford and Mercury used to be. Well, Mercury no longer is at all. But once upon a time, Mercury was the higher-line (and...

2018 Chevy Camaro Turbo

Muscle cars, by tradition, are supposed to have big V8s as their centerpiece attraction. But what happens when a four cylinder makes as much (or even more) power than most muscle...
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