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Return To The Era Of Feeling

Fast cars used to be tactile cars as a matter of course. We take the thin wheel of Jaguar's new-old E-type and remember what we've lost.


Senior Editor Seyth Miersma takes Volkswagen's four-door coupe out for a test drive. Does the top-level Executive trim make this pricey VW worth it?


Yes, This Is The New One

The new A4 has many changes under the surface despite its similar appearance to the last model. We detail what's new, and wish for more driving time.


Dynamic Perfection Comes In A Small Package

The arrival of the Dinan M235i won't make you forget about the 1-Series M. The new coupe is so refined that you might start to miss the raw 1M's histrionics.


A Small Dose Of Big Trucks

We get a taste of the off-road ability afforded to a couple of Ram pickups by aftermarket specialists AEV.


A Quietly Powerful Statement

Lincoln is taking another swing at the midsize crossover segment with the 2016 MKX. We spend several days in the new model to see how it measures up against the heavyweights from Lexus and Acura.


The Competence Of Quiet

The newest addition to the Range Rover family, this Td6 diesel is perhaps the most refined SUV in the world, right out of the box.


Turn 10 Finishes What FM5 Started

We quibble with night racing and the straight-ahead format, but the newest Forza title is still the best console racing game going.


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.


After doing video reviews on the S7 and RS 7, Seyth compare and contrast the more accessible version of the Audi slant-back sedan.


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.


When Sport Really Isn't

Land Rover has ditched boxy in favor of sleek for the new Discovery Sport. But sheet metal doesn't tell the full story. We take the Landie out for a week and report back on the good, bad, and shifty.


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.


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


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.


Audi Reminds Us That The Present Day Is Outstanding

It wasn't long ago that cars like the newly revamped S6 were science fiction or supercars. The good life for fast driving has never been better.


Two Nights With Bambi In The Desert Was So Nice, We Stayed Three

Airstream has been making luxurious campers with Iconic styling for decades. We take a smaller travel trailer out to see what keeps the legend living.


An Aspirin In Place Of Open-Heart Surgery

Mitsubishi is updating its compact Outlander in the middle of a crossover boom. But too little might be too late, in this case.


That Difficult Second Album

Ferrari's successor to the amazing 458 Italia, the 2016 488 GTB, is wicked fast, but lacks the aural and visual thrills of its predecessor.


Ford Evolves Its Compact Van Into A Proper People Hauler

We test the 2015 Transit Connect Wagon and find it to be a vastly improved, more well-rounded approach to Ford's small, passenger van formula.


The Revitalization This Franchise Deserves

Mad Max: Fury Road is the revitalization that the franchise deserves. Starring a flotilla of insanely modified vehicles, Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron are chased through the desert in one of the best action flicks in recent memory.

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