If you’re shopping muscle cars, then the Ford Mustang is likely on your list. The iconic pony car is the kind of thing people hope to buy when that ever elusive “someday” arrives. It’s powerful and beautiful and incredibly fast. The GT adds even more fun to the mix and, combined with a convertible top […]
The all-new 2018 Honda Accord changes in ways you notice and will love.
The all-new 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT joins the new Elantra sedan lineup introduced last year. The GT is now lower and wider with Hyundai’s new cascading grille design to enhance the GT’s sporty image and give it a dose of European flair.
The 2017 Nissan Pathfinder is a three-row SUV with room for 7 passengers and a well-equipped interior. It received a refresh this year that included new exterior styling and a more powerful engine. On the styling front there are new front and rear fascias that take this in a different direction from many other SUVs. […]
The Volvo S90 was all-new last year bringing a Scandinavian player to the luxury sedan market. It replaced the old S80, but it was more than a name change. It was an entirely new sedan with premium details, several powertrain choices, and smooth ride befitting a luxury car. This year it expands the lineup to […]
The 2017 Jeep Renegade Deserthawk 4X4 is a unique, small, off-road vehicle that has great on-road manners. We found the Deserthawk to be a great value for those who want a vehicle that can tackle some dirt and mud on weekends, and in which they can still commute comfortably all week long.
The Honda Accord is the top retail-selling midsize car in America for the last six years and intends to extend that streak with the introduction of an all-new Accord for the 2018 model year. They changed it from top to bottom with a new look, upgraded interior, and powertrain choices enough to make everyone happy.
The 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage is an affordable hatchback with great fuel-efficiency for the budget-minded buyer. This year, it boasts updated standard equipment to enhance the interior and improve infotainment offerings.
The Nissan 370Z gets a mild facelift for 2018 that includes new optional 19-inch wheels. Otherwise, this car remains unchanged, which makes it a bit old in car years with its last redesign now five years back. Still, the 370Z is holding its own.