In 1945, the Beetle nearly went extinct. An Allied bomb crashed through the roof of the Wolfsburg factory, but didn’t explode. A year later, Britain needed cars, Germans needed jobs, so they spooled up the assembly line.
The Jeep Wrangler is like a bacon double cheeseburger – gristly and unrefined, yet patriotic and sacred. It’s imperfect, yet precisely nobody wants it to change.
For Hyundai’s new luxury brand to develop a gas-powered sports sedan in 2019 was a risky move. But the result is utter brilliance.
In 1999, if you asked a preschooler to draw a car, she’d probably draw a sedan. In 2019, she’d probably draw a crossover.
The word “Corvette” may evoke midlife crisis jokes, but the modern ‘Vette is an exceptional all-rounder that every sports car shopper should consider.
We love tiny: tiny houses, tiny houses, and tiny desserts. Now, Nissan offers us a tiny SUV.
Introduced in 2011, the Outlander Sport gained popularity as the only true compact crossover available for under $21k. Now, however, that space is crowded by the Hyundai Kona, Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V. Does the Outlander Sport still stack up?
We’ve tested a $350,000 Aston Martin, a Mercedes-Maybach with 17 massage settings, and every “Car of the Year” since 2015, but the car we miss the most is a cheap little roadster from Mazda.
I’m frequently asked by more affluent friends, “What car should I get? My budget is $100,000, and there are too many choices.” Oh, the problems I wish I had.
As the name implies, Land Rovers are like yachts for the land: roomy, opulent and expensive to own. JD Power gave Land Rover a concerning 2 out of 5 in initial quality, so if their offerings trail the competition in dependability and build, why are sales surging?