Read our sedan comparisons to a group of full-size cars that outranked Taurus and Impala: Toyota Avalon, Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Kia Cadenza... Read More.
The last 20 years have seen a number of car companies’ design departments get adventurous with more affordable models. Sometimes, taking a chance with a car’s appearance works. When it doesn’t work, however, it can kill the public’s interest in a vehicle.... Read More.
While the brand-new 2020 Corvette is in the spotlight, we thought it would be a good time to look at used versions of the Corvette, as well as some of its American muscle-car competitors.... Read More.
While many sports cars are two-seaters, not all two-seaters are sporty. Take this week’s collection of used cars: they all have seats for two (although one of them cheats with tiny rear seats) but each vehicle in this quartet is aimed at a very different type of driver.... Read More.
For 2019, Mazda has redesigned the Mazda3 into a fourth generation that it thinks will be desirable for a new reason: an available AWD system. The new option makes this car one of just a few compacts to offer all-wheel traction. Mazda hopes it can turn that distinction into more sales, especially to buyers who might be considering a small crossover or SUV.... Read More.
Once a year, Michigan’s Vincentric takes a critical look at the Canadian car industry to find the top values in an array of vehicle categories and presents them in its annual Best Value in Canada Awards.... Read More.
The Acura NSX may not boast the same level of prestige as an Italian exotic, but it’s an extremely impressive machine. If you’re in the market for a high-tech supercar and can afford the $200,000 price tag, the NSX should be on your short list.... Read More.