New Car Reviews
8

The Micro Machine Gets Smarter

The 2016 Smart ForTwo finally ditches that horrible automated manual transmission. But even beyond that, the new car is vastly improved in many ways, as we found out during a test in Portland, OR.

30

Driving Into The Sunset With A Basic Benz Convertible

The SLK250 may be on its way out of Mercedes showrooms, but with an available manual transmission, it might be worth a look in next year's used market.

95

Lighter, Loaded, And Ready For Battle

The BMW 7 Series is improved with more technology, added luxury, and features a carbon-fiber structure for 2016. We head to Monticello, NY to test it out.

140

The Pony, Please. Rare.

Ford takes the blue-collar Mustang to new heights with this GT350. We drive it on the road and track to test its tastiness.

34

Close Your Eyes And Mash The Throttle

It might not be pretty, but the Fisker-Galpin Rocket Mustang packs 725 supercharged horsepower and improved driving dynamics. We take one for a quick spin in California to see what's what.

136

Seeing GM's Call And Raising The Stakes

Toyota has encountered, for the first time in several years, real competition in the midsize pickup truck category. Fortunately for the Japanese giant, its 2016 Tacoma is a better truck than ever before.

54

Saying Goodbye To Our Rugged, Reliable, Well-Rounded Trailhawk

We just finished a one-year test of a 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, and after 27,000 miles of hard use, one thing is very clear: this is one of the best all-rounders we've ever tested.

160

The Bestseller Specializes For Broader Appeal

A rehashed Accord brings fresh styling, the latest smartphone tech, and sensor-based safety systems for all. We take a brief drive to check it out.

53

It's A Car, Alright

There's nothing amazing about the Toyota Yaris, but it's still a totally competent vehicle that's actually kind of entertaining to drive. We spend a week with one for a full test.

51

Third Gen's The Charm

The Audi TT might not be a style icon anymore, but it's evolved into a better sports car than ever before. Following our test of the Euro-spec model last year, we test the US-spec car on the roads of northwest Oregon.

115

Air Conditioning Woes Kick Off A Summer Of Unpleasant Sounds

The long-term 2015 Volkswagen GTI has been with us for six months. We're mostly very happy. But a few annoying problems have indeed tarnished our otherwise pleasant 10,000 miles of testing.

214

Alone On Road America In Cadillac's Latest Rocketship

We drive Cadillac's newest super sedan on the street and at Road America (with the track to ourselves). Strong feelings are formed.

45

Maniac Gone Mainstream

The Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop used to be wild, unruly, and raucous. This new car gives all of that up for more power, more composure, and a Baby BMW vibe.

2

Another Year, Another One-Trick Pony

While it continues to get the racing right, F1 2015 lacks the sort of depth that allows other sports games to truly ensnare players.

36

Calming Curves Replace The GLK's Angular Attitude

The 2016 Mercedes GLC smooths out the sharp edges an old favorite, the GLK. We head to France to see if it measures up.

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Hyundai doubles down on crossovers with the third-generation Tucson. We put it to the test in Minnesota.

53

The Viper Goes Beast Mode

Stripped of its pleasantries, the track-ready Viper ACR is a street-legal racecar. You just don't want to drive it on the street.

72

Everything We Know About Audi's Much-Needed A4 Overhaul

Europe may be getting the next Audi A4 sedan before we do, but we've got the early skinny on the US-market car.

82

Honing The Edge

The second-generation Audi R8 is better than its predecessor in every way. That's high praise, considering how great the last one was. We test Audi's slick new supercar on road and track in Portugal.

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Early Impressions Leave Us Impressed

We get an early shot at the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC on a road trip from Lithuania to Latvia. Here are our quick, initial impressions of Merc's new small crossover.

45

More Mature, Less Special?

The 2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder looks awesome on paper, and it's pretty great to drive. But does it recapture the magic that made the last one so special? We head to Italy to find out.

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