More than three-fourths of Americans take some kind of summer road trip. But where to go?
It’s Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial kickoff of summer. You’ve got a lot of places to go this summer, and some hot food would be nice, right? We cooked this recipe for Coconut Lime Shrimp Ala Buick and Curried Potatoes in half an hour under the hood.
Active safety systems are maturing. With pedestrian deaths on the rise, Subaru’s pedestrian detection and auto braking system may be arriving in the nick of time.
If you haven’t noticed the hole in Subaru’s current product lineup, Subaru certainly has. In his presentation at the Subaru Ascent launch in McMinville, Oregon last week, Subaru Advanced Product Concept Manager Peter Tenn pointed right to it on a chart. Subaru just recently sold its 9 millionth vehicle in North America, but when its […]
We’re finally past Tax Day, and we wanted to take a look at some of the ways people lowered their tax obligation. One popular tax deduction is to donate your old car to a non-profit of your choice. National Public Radio has an excellent vehicle donation program that benefits member stations, and our friends at […]
Compact Crossover SUVS — those high-riding, smaller, car-based replacements for the trusty family station wagon — have hit the market in a huge way, and the bewildering array of choices has a lot of New England consumers confused about what’s the best choice. BestRide is here to give you your best choice, depending on which […]
As modern driver aids begin to watch the road ahead, they run into challenges from almost every weather condition.
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 […]
Here is a list of new vehicles that can handle everything from a little frozen drizzle to the next snowpocalypse.