Automotive news and reviews from the latest in cars, trucks, supercars, and sportscars.
No matter why you want one, there’s probably a vehicle that better fits your needs.
A new report claims the Ford Maverick could start under $20,000 — which could make it FoMoCo's cheapest ride.
The 2021 Happier Camper Traveler now can serve as a place to work as well as relax.
Honda became the first manufacturer to hit a major self-driving milestone...in a car you wouldn't have expected.
The Porsche 911 Turbo S is as good as it gets, and you can get it in this sweepstakes.
Land Rover's newest Defender will give American families the flexibility they want.
Jeep will unveil the production Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer on March 11th. Expect a multitude of touchscreens.
Jeep may change one of its iconic names. The Ram Dakota may be back on again. Kia just made one of its cars way, way cooler.
The Brits are getting their own special edition Jeep, and you won't believe how much it costs.
An electric car that does 0-60 in 2.7 seconds, has station wagon space, and can go off-road? We're in love.
Ferrari doesn't need an SUV to be crazy profitable.
Jaguar and Land Rover aren't the first names in build quality. They want to change that reputation.
The numbers back up the reputation of one of our favorite SUVs.
Volvo produces some of the safest, most sensible and relentlessly pleasant cars on the road.
The plug-in hybrid Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door should pack power to humble 99 percent of the sedans on the planet.
Automakers have given a way to avoid one of the biggest faux pas in the automotive world.
Volkswagen has plans to get autonomous cars on the road by 2025. And their vehicle choice may generate a lot of...Buzz.
The Audi RS 6 Avant is as sweet as family haulers get. Take a chance on taking one home.
The new MDX is a testament to Honda quality...but it's also $15K more than a Telluride.
The King Ranch trim level trickles down to the Explorer for 2021.
Gordon Murray made his supercar even crazier. A new Harley. An odd new postal truck. Bruce returns to the middle.