Even Finer: 2016 Audi S7 Quattro Tested  Nov 25th, 2015 
The Audi S7 gives such a great first impression that it could sell shares in Halliburton to Bernie Sanders. It’s exceptionally handsome, as any executive-class four-door ought to be, and it feels like an ingot on wheels. It will recalibrate a driver’s sense of what the words “solidity” and “responsiveness” can mean in a $90,000 […] 
2016 Audi S7 – Instrumented Test  Nov 25th, 2015 
2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe Spied Undisguised, Is Seriously Hot  Nov 24th, 2015 
What It Is: Everybody knew a person in high school who was cute but otherwise human wallpaper. They studied hard, graduated, and then disappeared. Years later, you stumble across this person on the street, or on Facebook, or you switch on the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show and what the . . . what happened? That […] 
2016 Kia K900: Now with V-6 and a Lower Starting Price  Nov 24th, 2015 
Kia’s flagship sedan is seen on American roads about as often as “V-12” badges appear in the commuter lot, which is not often, not even in Connecticut’s Fairfield County. To better entice the nation’s wealthy bargain-hunters, the K900, which was introduced just last year, receives a mild refresh and a price cut of several thousand […] 
2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe Spy Photos – Future Cars  Nov 24th, 2015 
2017 Honda Ridgeline Spy Photos  Nov 24th, 2015 
What It Is: That right there, folks, is Honda’s second-generation and more generic-appearing Ridgeline pickup truck, caught testing in the yoga pants of vehicle camouflage. The tight-fitting, swirly camo gives us our best look yet at the 2017 Ridgeline’s basic profile, which is far more conventional than that of the first-generation model, with its truncated […] 
2017 Honda Ridgeline Spy Photos – Future Cars  Nov 24th, 2015 
2017 Bentley Bentayga Driven: First Time’s the Charm  Nov 24th, 2015 
Legend has it that Ettore Bugatti once called the Bentley 4½ Litre the “world’s fastest truck.” We’re guessing that he didn’t know he was merely being prophetic. Because now Bentley builds an SUV, and guess what? Its 187-mph top speed is the highest on record for a vehicle of that type. READ MORE ›› 
2017 Bentley Bentayga – First Drive Review  Nov 24th, 2015 
2016 Ford Mustang GT Coupe Long-Term Intro: A Worldlier Pony Enters Our Car Corral  Nov 24th, 2015 
Detroit’s muscle cars have experienced a renaissance of sorts lately—Hellcats, Shelbys, and Camaros, oh my!—yet it took some European-inspired refinement to bring the most out of Dearborn’s Ford Mustang. Heavily updated for 2015, which included the mainstream models’ first-ever independent rear suspension, the latest Mustang GT snagged a 10Best Cars award upon its debut and […] 
2016 Ford Mustang GT Coupe – Long-term Road Test Intro  Nov 24th, 2015 
House Committee Report Takes Aim at CFPB’s Proxy Methodology  Nov 24th, 2015 
The Charles River Associates study commissioned by the American Financial Services Association was cited in the committee’s critical report on the CFPB’s methodology for alleging discrimination in auto finance. 
Ohio Dealers Settle FTC’s Deceptive Advertising Charges  Nov 24th, 2015 
The FTC announced today that it has reached an agreement with two Ohio dealers to settle charges that their lease advertisements violated the FTC Act and the Consumer Leasing Act’s Regulation M. 
TrueCar Replaces Painter With Autotrader's Founding CEO  Nov 24th, 2015 
Starting Dec. 15, Chip Perry, who helped build Autotrader from a one-person startup to a $1.5 billion online marketplace, will take on the task of restoring TrueCar’s relations with dealers after a tumultuous summer. 
CalTex Names Senior Director of Business Development  Nov 24th, 2015 
Kerri Walker Lewis was named to the post after serving as a senior executive for Dent Zone. She brings an extensive background in business development, relationship management, and sales and marketing. 
Wise F&I's Rob Berger Elected President of GAPA  Nov 24th, 2015 
Rob Berger, executive vice president at Wise F&I, was elected as president of the Guaranteed Asset Protection Alliance (GAPA). 
CFPB Releases Fall 2015 Rulemaking Agenda  Nov 24th, 2015 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently released its fall 2015 rulemaking agenda. In it, the CFPB outlined its list of current initiatives that would help it govern consumer finance markets, including the auto finance industry. 
We Drove a 2016 Mazda CX-9 Prototype and Found Out It’s Pretty Good  Nov 24th, 2015 
All-New 2017 Kia Cadenza Previewed by All-New Korean K7 Twin  Nov 24th, 2015 
After running the table stylistically, starting with the previous-generation Optima, Kia designers’ once-hot pens have seemingly begun to cool. First came the latest Optima, which is still handsome but not as wow-inducing as the 2011 model. The 2017 Sportage crossover is certainly fresh, albeit with a bizarre face—we’ve called it “French” in appearance. And now […] 
We Drove a 2016 Mazda CX-9 Prototype and Found Out It’s Pretty Good  Nov 24th, 2015 
We told you all about the all-new 2016 Mazda CX-9 last week, and now we get to tell you how it drives. Sort of. Prior to the vehicle’s unveil, we were cut loose in the camouflaged prototypes you see here along a congested, surface-street-heavy route in Los Angeles intended to mimic the sorts of situations […] 
I Bought a Mazda Bongo Friendee to Attend the Goodwood Revival, Because Of Course I Did  Nov 24th, 2015 
I write this on an airliner headed west from London. If you haven’t seen a couple of D-type Jags powerslide out of a corner in hot pursuit of a crackling Ferrari 246S Dino, then you need to go to the Goodwood Revival in September. If you haven’t seen 150,000 people glammed up in vintage tweed […] 
Tesla Adds More Affordable Model X 70D Variant  Nov 24th, 2015 
If the $132,000 ask for the Tesla Model X P90D Signature—or the $142,000 sticker for the Ludicrous-enabled Model X P90D Founder Edition—are too rich for you, despair not, trendy techie. Tesla is making its electric SUV available to a slightly wider swath of early adopters with the Model X 70D, which starts at a low, […] 
ChannelNet Expands into New York City, Austin, Texas  Nov 24th, 2015 
The firm helping finance sources like Toyota Financial Services and Ally connect with car buyers online has expanded into two major markets. Officials say the expansion will aid the firm’s efforts to further penetrate the financial services industry. 
2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE450 AMG Coupe – Instrumented Test  Nov 23rd, 2015 
Drive-Thru Service Exists for Pretty Much Anything You Can Imagine  Nov 23rd, 2015 
From the December 2015 issue The drive-through and drive-in are distinctly American creations. Henry Ford and the Model T started motorizing the masses in 1908, and by 1921 you could park your touring car and have someone bring you a Tennessee-style BBQ Pig Sandwich at Kirby’s Pig Stand in Dallas, Texas, the country’s first drive-in. […] 
Hyundai Recalls 305,000 Sonatas for Brake Pedal Defects  Nov 23rd, 2015 
Hyundai is recalling 304,900 Sonata sedans in the U.S. for faulty brake pedals that can cause a host of problems, according to filings posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The 2011-2012 Sonata has a defective stopper pad, a piece fixed to the brake-pedal arm that contacts the plunger switch controlling the brake lights, […] 
2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE450 AMG Coupe Test: Why Be Sensible?  Nov 23rd, 2015 
Mercedes-Benz started the auto industry’s whole “four-door coupe” thing with the shapely 2006 CLS-class. But BMW was the first to apply the concept to an SUV. A questionable idea, the resulting X6 utility thingamajig nevertheless has proved to be such a success that there now exists an M-fettled high-performance submodel. Not content to deny itself […] 
This Classic Porsche Race Car and Matching Hauler Make the Cutest Pair  Nov 23rd, 2015 
This Classic Porsche Race Car and Matching Hauler Make the Cutest Pair  Nov 23rd, 2015 
If you have a race car, you generally also need a way to haul it around, and as such, a good tow vehicle is essential. For one lucky Porsche enthusiast, not only is this beautiful 1977 Porsche 935 race car for sale on Hemmings right now, but it comes with an equally stunning Magirus transporter […] 
On the Vehicular Afflictions of Summer: “What You’ve Got There Is a Turd. Look for a Nest”  Nov 23rd, 2015 
The driver’s seat in my Toyota Tundra is covered in a snow-white Merino sheepskin I bought in New Zealand. Of late, I’ve been finding it peppered with black seeds. “These aren’t mouse turds, are they?” I asked my wife, who studied one of the seeds as you might study a small emerald. READ MORE ›› 
EPA Investigating Bosch over VW Diesel Cheater Software  Nov 23rd, 2015 
The world’s biggest automotive supplier is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice over its role in the Volkswagen diesel-emissions cheating scandal. Prosecutors have launched the investigation to find out whether Robert Bosch GmbH knew about or participated in the software-controlled cheat, which turned off emissions controls in real-world driving conditions. A Department of […] 
Ford Recalls 411,000 Fusion, Mercury Milan Sedans for Potential Fuel Leaks  Nov 23rd, 2015 
Ford is recalling 411,205 cars in the U.S. for fuel tanks that can crack, the company said Monday. The 2010-2011 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan have faulty canister purge valves, which allow excess gas vapors from the tank to recirculate back into the engine. That can stress the tank’s walls due to repeated changes in […] 
Goodwill Cash Offered to Owners of Cheater Audi A3 TDI Diesels, Too  Nov 20th, 2015 
Earlier this month, Volkswagen announced that as part of a “goodwill” campaign it was offering owners of its noncompliant TDI models a $500 Visa gift card plus another $500 in credit to spend on Volkswagen products and services. Audi A3 TDI owners, whose cars have the same emissions-cheating software, at that point might have asked, […] 
Getting Schooled: We Drive Porsches with Five-Time Daytona 24 Hour Champion Hurley Haywood—And You Can, Too  Nov 20th, 2015 
Hurley Haywood makes it look easy. He’s roaring around Barber Motorsports Park in a Porsche Panamera Turbo, left elbow resting on the door panel and left hand gently jostling the steering wheel, while he uses his other hand to point out to us various nuances of the undulating 2.38-mile racetrack near Birmingham, Alabama. Haywood, the endurance-racing legend is the chief driving instructor at […] 
Virtual Volvo Reality: Life-Size Hologram Displays at Your Local Volvo Dealer  Nov 20th, 2015 
Aside from a few salesman toting tablets, buying a new car is the same monotonous physical process our parents and grandparents have done for decades. A few used car startups like Carvana have tried novelty with giant vending machines, and we all know what a few too many beers does on eBay Motors. But not […] 
2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Makes Its Triumphant Return – Official Photos and Info  Nov 20th, 2015 
Getting Schooled: We Drive Porsches with Five-Time Daytona 24 Hour Champion Hurley Haywood—And You Can, Too  Nov 20th, 2015 
BMW, Nissan Helping to Set Up Nationwide EV Public-Charging Network (But It Isn’t Like Tesla’s)  Nov 20th, 2015 
Since only a relative pittance of electric vehicles have been sold in the U.S. to date, forgive us if we assume you don’t own one. Working off of that assumption, let us illuminate a particularly frustrating aspect of EV ownership: Charging. We’re not talking about most EVs’ short driving range; rather, it is the financial transaction […] 
Tesla Recalls Every Model S to Check Seatbelts  Nov 20th, 2015 
Two weeks ago, a passenger in a European Tesla Model S turned around to speak to occupants in the back seat when the outboard lap pretensioner came loose. The culprit? A loose bolt holding together a pair of anchor plates that keep the pretensioner in place. The result? A recall of every Model S that […] 
2017 Infiniti Q30 Sport AWD – First Drive Review  Nov 20th, 2015 
Cadillac: We’ll Do Three—Maybe Four—Additional Crossover SUVs, No More Standalone EVs  Nov 20th, 2015 
At the introduction of its new XT5 mid-size crossover—which made its worldwide debut in Dubai, followed shortly thereafter by a North American premiere at the L.A. auto show—Cadillac stated that the model would be the first of four new crossovers from the brand. Speaking to Cadillac chief marketing officer Uwe Ellinghaus, however, he suggested that the […] 
2017 Infiniti Q30 Sport AWD First Drive: Gettin’ Tricky  Nov 20th, 2015 
The Irish wit Oscar Wilde once postulated: “Deceiving others. That is what the world calls a romance.” While Oscar faced his own obstacles with deception and Victorian-era romantic restrictions, Infiniti is making a better go of it with the 2017 Q30. For if to deceive is to romance, then the lyin’ Q30 is a four-wheeled […] 
BMW Concept Compact Sedan: The Front-Drive Bimmer Sedan Is Upon Us  Nov 20th, 2015 
Ford’s “Drugged Driving Suit” Simulates Effects of Driving While High  Nov 20th, 2015 
Like most everyone else who’s ever driven a vehicle, the folks at Ford know that sliding behind the wheel while under the influence of anything is a terrible idea, and the company is looking to drive that point home as part of its Ford Driving Skills for Life young-driver safety initiative. Henceforth, the program will include the […] 
2016 Toyota Prius Driven: More MPG—and Also More Mainstream  Nov 20th, 2015 
Hybrid cars in general, and the Toyota Prius in particular, have become so much a part of the fabric of the automotive scene that it’s easy to forget that the original Prius went on sale in Japan less than 20 years ago. And it didn’t come to America until 2000. READ MORE ›› 
2016 Toyota Prius Driven! – First Drive Review  Nov 20th, 2015 
BMW Concept Compact Sedan: The Front-Drive Bimmer Sedan Is Upon Us  Nov 20th, 2015 
We’d ask if anyone could have imagined one day seeing a BMW sedan with the unmistakable front overhang of a front-drive car, but that would imply anybody actually wanted to imagine such a thing. BMW has staked its reputation on rear-wheel-drive, sporty driver’s cars, but as of late that position is eroding. Fresh off launching […] 
We Got Them Wrong  Nov 20th, 2015 
The editor delves into a hot topic that was raised at Industry Summit but is too often overshadowed by all the talk about Millennials. By Gregory Arroyo 
2016 Chevrolet Cruze and Cruze Limited Pricing: No, They’re Not the Same Car  Nov 19th, 2015 
The 2016 Chevrolet Cruze will start at $17,495 when it debuts early next year. But we’ll let you in on a little secret. You can buy a 2016 Cruze right now for $500 less. Huh? Chevy is still peddling the current-gen Cruze as the Cruze Limited, which will continue through the 2016 model year side-by-side […] 
2016 Chevrolet Cruze and Cruze Limited Pricing: No, They’re Not the Same Car  Nov 19th, 2015 
2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport: A Turn-Key Track Weapon  Nov 19th, 2015 
When the Cayman made its debut in 2006, Porsche was clear about its role in the company’s official motorsports program: There wouldn’t be any. At that time, racing was the sole province of the 911. But wait, what’s this? A Cayman with a roll cage. And a gutted interior with set of Schroth six-point racing […] 
The New Valet: How Cutting-Edge Parking Tech Works [Sponsored]  Nov 19th, 2015 
For most motorists, parking is the most loathed aspect of driving. Whether it’s parallel parking in a tight spot on a busy urban street or navigating the chaos of a crammed lot, there’s no doubt parking can be a stressful experience. The opportunity for a bump, scrape or scratch looms around every corner Innovations surrounding […] 
2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport: A Turn-Key Track Weapon  Nov 19th, 2015 
2016 Toyota RAV4: The Regular One Detailed  Nov 19th, 2015 
You’re forgiven for thinking you’ve seen the 2016 Toyota RAV4 someplace before—you have. Toyota introduced the first-ever RAV4 hybrid, as well as a sporty SE model, seven months ago at the 2015 New York auto show. (Toyota even released pricing for the entire 2016 lineup before officially showing the standard RAV4.) For whatever reason, Toyota […] 
2016 Toyota RAV4 – Official Photos and Info  Nov 19th, 2015 
Booster Shot: How Future Turbochargers Will Deliver More Power and Efficiency  Nov 19th, 2015 
By now, you know turbochargers are not the failure-prone spinners they were in the 1980s, no longer the bolt-on pieces that pulverized weak engines and their weak parts with surges of intoxicating power. Today, nearly one in every four new vehicles sold in North America comes with at least one turbo, if not two. Enough of our […] 
The 5 Must-See Debuts from the 2015 L.A. Auto Show  Nov 19th, 2015 
Number three will blow your mind! (We're totally kidding, they're all worth your time.) 
NADA Says New-Vehicle Sales to Reach 17.7 Million in 2016  Nov 19th, 2015 
In a joint press conference preceding the Los Angeles Auto Show, representatives from the NADA and J.D. Power spoke on the current state of auto retailing and delivered their 2016 new- and used-vehicle sales predictions. 
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan to Acquire Majority Stake of APCO  Nov 19th, 2015 
The transaction is expected to close this December. Officials said APCO’s management team will remain in place once it does. 
Bill Aimed at Repealing CFPB Auto Finance Guidance Passes House  Nov 19th, 2015 
The legislation was passed by a 332-96 vote yesterday, with the bill receiving approval from 88 House Democrats. Becomes Primary Web Platform for Cox Automotive Clients  Nov 19th, 2015 
Cox Automotive announced today that the website solution will serve as the primary solution for Cox Automotive customers. Current users of VinSolutions' website product will begin migrating to the platform beginning in early 2016. 
VW Apologizes, Promises Imminent Diesel Fix  Nov 19th, 2015 
The CEO of Volkswagen's North American operations offered a public apology to consumers and dealers during the Los Angeles Auto Show's press day. He said the company is on the verge of revealing its plan to fix the nearly 500,000 diesel vehicles sold in the United States with an emissions software cheat. 
2017 Fiat 124 Spider Prima Edizione Lusso: The Ultra-Rare 124 Launch Edition  Nov 19th, 2015 
It seems that every time a highly anticipated new model debuts, it hits the scene with an attendant launch edition with special trim, paint colors, and a heart-swelling numbered plaque. Like a solid slap on the back, these limited-edition launch cars reassure their owners that, someday, their prize may glint under the lights of a Barrett-Jackson or […] 
2017 Fiat 124 Spider Prima Edizione Lusso: The Ultra-Rare 124 Launch Edition  Nov 19th, 2015 
How We’d Spec It: Our 2016 Cadillac CT6? A Hot Rod with a Sound System  Nov 19th, 2015 
Cadillac’s new CT6 is an interesting proposition. The GM unit’s interim flagship sits above the CTS, but ultimately will acquiesce its de facto slot at the top of the Cad pyramid to a true S-class competitor. Price-wise, the newest Cadillac starts at $54,490 for a base, turbo-four-powered model. Tick all the boxes and you’ve added […] 
How We’d Spec It: Our 2016 Cadillac CT6? A Hot Rod with a Sound System  Nov 19th, 2015 
The First Turbocharged Lamborghini Will Be the Urus SUV  Nov 19th, 2015 
Lamborghini’s CEO Stefan Winkelman has been outspoken in the past about his distaste for downsizing engines, turbochargers, and hybrid powertrains. That’s why the Aventador and Huracan have remained blissfully naturally aspirated and use tech like auto start-stop and cylinder deactivation to help the small manufacturer meet emissions targets. But soon Lamborghini will double the size of […] 
Hammer Time: What to Know About Buying a Car at Auction  Nov 19th, 2015 
You wouldn’t know it from the road, but there are typically around 4000 vehicles tucked away awaiting sale at the Copart auction facility in Newburgh, New York. And arriving on a Thursday morning for the regular weekly auction, you really wouldn’t guess that about 1000 of those vehicles would be on their way to new […] 
2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport: Not Immortal, But It Has Been Updated  Nov 19th, 2015 
In Highlander, an immortal Scot born in the 16th century lives in the present day. In Outlander, a 1940s woman is cast back into 18th-century Scotland. In Outlander Sport, there’s a new grille and a few other things, but it’s the same basic machine that bowed for the 2011 model year, oddly making the Outlander […] 
2017 Mitsubishi Mirage Debuts: After a Year Off, a Triumphant Return  Nov 19th, 2015 
After skipping the 2016 model year—did you miss it?—the Mitsubishi Mirage is back for 2017 with revised styling, interior enhancements, and a touch more power under its stubby hood. READ MORE ›› 
2016 BMW i3 Shadow Sport Edition Announced, Has a Sunroof  Nov 19th, 2015 
Attention, all enthusiasts of carbon-fiber-intensive electric cars: The BMW i3 now can be had with an electrically powered sunroof. Until now, U.S.-market i3s were unavailable with glass in their roofs, even as overseas versions had offered one since the car’s 2013 debut. The 2016 i3 Shadow Sport Edition comes with a conventional power-tilting sunroof; inside, occupants see two separate panels […] 
2016 10Best Cars: Mazda 3 – 10Best Cars  Nov 18th, 2015 
2016 10Best Cars: Porsche Boxster / Cayman – 10Best Cars  Nov 18th, 2015 
2016 10Best Cars: Chevrolet Camaro – 10Best Cars  Nov 18th, 2015 
2016 10Best Cars: Mazda MX-5 Miata – 10Best Cars  Nov 18th, 2015 
Yuccie Pup: Scion Unveils Red C-HR Concept – Official Photos and Info  Nov 18th, 2015 
10 Most Cars: Here Are the Bestselling Cars in America for 2015  Nov 18th, 2015 
You won't find any SUVs, pickups, or crossovers here. These are the bestselling cars in the U.S.—nothing more, nothing less. 
2017 Hyundai Elantra Revealed, Goes Turbo and Tech-Heavy  Nov 18th, 2015 
The 2016 Elantra sedan has only been on sale for a few months, but Hyundai already is ushering it off the stage, as it has rolled out the redesigned, 2017 version. (The hatchback GT version continues as is for the time being.) The sixth-generation Elantra sedan boasts an all-new exterior design that, unsurprisingly, borrows heavily […] 
The Voodoo That They Do: Building the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350’s Engine  Nov 18th, 2015 
Fittingly, Ford’s Voodoo V-8 assembly begins with the car’s most-hyped part, the flat-plane crank. 
2017 Hyundai Elantra – Official Photos and Info  Nov 18th, 2015 
Volvo Concept 26: Drivers Deserve a Maybach Seat in Our Automated Future  Nov 18th, 2015 
Self-driving cars aren’t even close to perfection, the laws governing them have yet to be written, and wireless car hacking is a potential threat. So what, automakers say, just trust our bots and take a peaceful nap at 65 mph. In Tokyo last month, the Nissan IDS Concept unveiled a shape-shifting cabin that rearranges the […] 
2016 10Best Cars: The Difference Between the Winners and the Losers Was Slim  Nov 18th, 2015 
Every year we pick our 10Best cars, and every year we leave four to five times that many off the list. Usually, there is a vast gulf between the winners and the losers. But not this time. READ MORE ›› 
Dynasty Building: The Longest Winning Streaks in 10Best Cars History  Nov 18th, 2015 
From the January 2016 issue One 10Best win is impressive. But the true greats are the cars that remain on the list through redesigns and variations. Here are the longest 10Best winning streaks. The 23-Series The BMW 3-series’ remarkable 23 consecutive wins, through four generations of the model, mean it’s been on the list for […] 
The Mazda Miata’s U.S. Engineering Chief on How to Make a Great Sports Car  Nov 18th, 2015 
From the January 2016 issue Dave Coleman, 42, is the North American engineering manager for the Miata, a job that gives him the authority to develop Miatas for the U.S. market. We recently met Coleman to drive Miatas, talk Miatas, and discuss the importance of canyon roads. C/D: What were your responsibilities on the MX-5? […] 
How a Car is Made: Every Step from Invention to Launch  Nov 18th, 2015 
From the January 2016 issue You may not be surprised to hear that cars do not spring all shiny and dew-studded from beneath lily pads, ready to hit the road. In fact, the car-creation odyssey makes NASA’s Journey to Mars program seem like a Caribbean luxury cruise. While we frequently address elements of the design […] 
We Helped Build a Honda Accord—Here’s How It Went  Nov 18th, 2015 
From the January 2016 issue When I asked to help assemble cars at Marysville, Honda was amenable, but only if I stated that no Accords were harmed in the making of this story. Shannon Freeman put her 27 years of experience to work guiding me along, preventing me from screwing up anything on a customer’s […] 
2016 10Best Cars: Behind the Scenes  Nov 18th, 2015 
2016 10Best Cars: Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 / GT350R – 10Best Cars  Nov 18th, 2015 
2016 Mazda CX-9: Shunning Power for Practicality – Official Photos and Info  Nov 18th, 2015 
2016 10Best Cars: Honda Accord – 10Best Cars  Nov 18th, 2015 
2016 Mazda CX-9 Revealed: Handsome Styling, Top-Notch Interior, and Not Much Power  Nov 18th, 2015 
Let’s get this out of the way up front: The new Mazda CX-9 doesn’t have much in the way of horsepower. On purpose. Allow us to explain. READ MORE ›› 
2016 10Best Cars: Everything You Need to Know About Our Test Route  Nov 18th, 2015 
If 10Best testing is like any form of motorsports, it’s like rallying. No, we don’t time our laps around our 13.5-mile loop because we are not entirely insane. And unlike rallying, we don’t have co-drivers barking coded messages at us about what dangers lie beyond the next turn. Yet a full-tilt pace around our course […] 
2016 10Best Cars: The Envelopes, Please . . .  Nov 18th, 2015 
10Best involves more than drawing up lists of our sub-$80,000 favorites. Every year we enter our weeklong evalu­ation looking for new and improved combinations of virtues: value and engagement, performance and poise, sights and sounds, soul and character. The cars that earn this award do more than merely succeed on one or two criteria; they […] 
The Mazda Miata’s U.S. Engineering Chief on How to Make a Great Sports Car  Nov 18th, 2015 
2017 Buick LaCrosse – Official Photos and Info  Nov 18th, 2015 
Subaru Impreza Sedan Concept: It Is What It Says It Is – Auto Shows  Nov 18th, 2015 
Subaru Impreza Sedan Concept Revealed: This Stunner Is What It Says It Is  Nov 18th, 2015 
After showing us the amazing-looking Impreza 5-Door Concept at the Tokyo auto show, Subaru has prepared this equally sexy sedan variant for an L.A. debut as a preview for the version that likely will prove more popular here in the United States. READ MORE ›› 
The Toyota C-HR Concept Gets a Red Respray and a Scion Badge  Nov 18th, 2015 
Apparently, Jimmy Pursey was wrong. According to Scion, the kids want to be divided. Hersham, England, boy Pursey grew up on the other side of the M25 from Woking’s Ron Dennis, although the motorway around London came into existence only a year before Pursey founded his punk-rock group, Sham 69. And while Dennis was working […] 
2017 Buick LaCrosse Revealed: Its Looks Might Thrill  Nov 18th, 2015 
Through two generations, the Buick LaCrosse has barely registered on the Car and Driver radar screen. It’s been an underwhelming car in a segment made up of spacious, somnambulant entry-level luxury products like the restrained Toyota Avalon and the forgettable Hyundai Azera. The LaCrosse, like its rivals, has delivered essentially zero driving enjoyment for enthusiasts […] 
2017 Mercedes-Benz SL Revealed, Sports a New Look  Nov 18th, 2015 
Ever since the 300SL was launched in the 1950s, Mercedes-Benz’s flagship roadster has been an icon of style. The original 300SL inspired the elegant 190SL, and the later “Pagoda” version, designed by Paul Bracq, stood out for its lithe, compact shape. The R129, launched in 1989, was the epitome of sleek modernism. But something went […] 
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