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New Car Reviews

New Car Reviews


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

2016 Subaru Forester XT

I don't look at the Subaru Forester XT as (god help us) another crossover SUV. I look at it as what it is... A stealth WRX. An M80 in a ladyfinger wrapper. Did you...

2019 Toyota 86

Many people buy Toyotas because they are Toyotas - which have a reputation for being durable, reliable cars that are known to depreciate less fast than other cars. But how about a...

2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo

The obvious often isn't until someone makes it so. For instance, adding a real-sized rear door to a sporty coupe - as Hyundai has done with the Veloster. Much better than one (or...

The Me Too Corvette

Where should a Corvette’s engine be? Historically, it has always been up front and usually under a rear-opening hood - which made it easier to see the Corvette’s engine - a very...

2017 Toyota Tacoma

If you miss reasonable-sized trucks - what 1500 series trucks used to be before Codpiece Fever overtook the country - you might want to have a look at a “mid-sized” truck...

2017 VW Jetta

Channeling Mr. T, I pity VW. The company has been Hiroshima'd by the fallout from the diesel "cheating" scandal. But the nuking was its own doing. Not the "cheating" part. The bending over part. VW should have...

2013 Honda Accord coupe

The two-door layout might just do it. Buyers who in past years would probably have never considered a Kia or Hyundai - much less a Ford or Chevy - over a car...

2014 Toyota Tacoma

Have you noticed? Mid-sized trucks are getting pretty scarce. Dodge dropped the Dakota. GM has put the kibosh - for the moment, at least - on the Chevy Colorado (and its GMC...

2014 VW Touareg TDI

There are three mid-sized (and real-deal, with significant off-road capability) German-brand crossover SUVs that consume not much more fuel than many current economy cars. The fuel, of course, is diesel. And the three...

Old Still Sells

I've often wondered whether people would buy a new vehicle available without all the new stuff - especially the over-the-top electronic nannying stuff but also just over-the-top stuff generally, including such...
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