The 2018 Infiniti Q60 is a carryover from last year when the model was all-new. There aren’t any major changes, which is just fine, as this luxury coupe is already a beautiful car with solid performance.
This year, BestRide’s reviewers – Nicole Wakelin, John Goreham and Craig Fitzgerald – drove pretty much everything there was to drive in the new vehicle landscape. We agreed on a lot. We disagreed on more. Check out our preferences, and see if we’re all wet, or we’re 100 percent on the money. You can also hear us […]
The 2018 Hyundai Sonata gets a mid-cycle refresh this year. There are styling changes inside and out, safety updates, and improved connectivity to give the brand’s most recognizable nameplate a little boost.
Genesis impressed us in our first tests. For 2018, the G80 sedan gets even better.
The Jeep Compass was all-new for 2017 adding yet another compact crossover to the market. This is not the old Jeep Compass – not even close – and keeps nothing of the previous model except the familiar badge. The new Compass is an entirely different vehicle that upholds Jeep’s off-road reputation.
The all-new 2018 Range Rover Velar brings an even more impressive style to Land Rover’s already attractive lineup.
Nissan made some key changes to the popular Rogue in 2018 shoppers will want to consider.
The Mini Cooper Countryman takes the petite dimensions of the Mini and stretches them into compact crossover territory. It was all-new for 2017 and the plug-in hybrid Mini Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 is all-new for 2018 rounding out the Countryman lineup.
Dodge has a reputation for building powerful cars like the Charger and Challenger, but they also build the Dodge Durango SUV. It might not seem like an SUV fits with those beefy muscle cars, but the Durango keeps up with its muscle car brethren, just with room for seven and all their cargo.