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New Car Reviews


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

2011 VW Jetta

They say you can't go back - but sometimes, maybe, you can. VW's trying, anyhow. A few years ago, the "people's car" company decided to see whether it might become the rich people's...

2011 Nissan Juke

Lots of spunky compact runabouts out there. The inexpensive ones, though, are usually on the slow side - and the ones that aren't (slow) are (expensive). Except the extremely cool Nissan Juke. It...

2021 Kia Seltos Look-See

The Kia Seltos isn't just a new model for Kia; it's something new in the segment. A small crossover with an optional engine - and some guts! Full review will be up...

2020 Toyota Camry TRD

Stock car racing used to be based on stock cars - production cars you could buy, modified to race. Today, it’s the reverse. The race cars are cars you can’t buy, with the...

2011 Kia Forte

It wasn't too long ago - the 1990s - that economy car was a polite marketing euphemism for pathetic losermobile. Economy cars were mostly miserable; sad-looking and underpowered. Tinny, plasticky,...

2020 Lincoln Continental

It took about 25 years to sink in. The best-selling Lincoln of the modern era isn’t a car. It’s the Navigator - Lincoln’s version of the Ford Expedition SUV. On the strength...

2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

I just did a burnout - which is nothing unusual, except ... I did it in a Hyundai. A rear-wheel-drive Hyundai muscle car. Six-speed stick, 306 horsepower. Thumbs-up, Fonzie!  WHAT IT IS The Genesis is...

2020 Toyota Sequoia

Sometimes, new and improved isn’t. Improved, that is. The 2020 Toyota Sequoia isn’t new - but that’s because it doesn’t need much improving. Toyota has been selling it the same way since 2008...

2011 Toyota Camry

People like McDonald's. What's that got to do with a car review? Well, it depends on the car. Understanding why the Quarter Pounder With Cheese is the country's favorite hamburger - and has...

2012 BMW X5: The “Crossover” With Cojones

BMW's X5 has one thing no other mid-sized luxury-brand crossover's got - an available turbodiesel engine - and another thing very few others - in fact, just one, the Infiniti FX...
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