Poorly garnished and under baked, the new Ford Edge ST needs more time in the oven.
GLC 63 S 4MATIC+ SUV
The performance compact SUV is a new niche segment, yes, but the bar has just been set incredibly high by the new GLC 63 AMG.
The GLC 63's exhaust is a baritone orchestra spewing out bursts of artillery on downshifts and addictive crackles on upshifts.
There is nothing exemplary about the Nautilus that makes it unique over its competitors, let alone the MKX it replaces.
Range sells, and even though the e-Golf undercuts all of its competitors in price, it desperately needs a bigger battery to stay competitive in this flourishing segment.
Nothing too impressive here but nothing awfully terrible either.
As SUVs begin to rule the world, Rolls-Royce joins the fray with the Cullinan.
BMW has finally put in an exhaust worthy of its flagship coupe, and it sounds more like a high displacement muscle car than anything out of Bavaria. What a noise!
We put BMW’s newest pocket rocket to the test in a variety of conditions, including dry roads, snowy terrain, and on the Thermal Club racetrack.
Just when you thought the M2 couldn't sound any better, BMW turns up the volume and opens the auditory floodgates on its signature straight-six.
The CLS 53 AMG gets a new straight-six engine complete with a turbocharger, compressor, and electric battery. Yeah, it sounds good.
Minor revisions on Alpina’s 600-hp flagship sedan makes it smoother and faster than ever. Oh, and there’s more grill too.
CLS 53 4MATIC+
The CLS 53 will undoubtedly deliver thrills and excitement to anyone looking for a sensuous four-door chariot. We just don’t think it’s the best Merc.
Sacrificing civility for performance.
Impressive powertrain and rear accomodations, but pricey and lacking refinement.
Subaru plays it safe by building on the Forester's strengths, but fails to remedy any of its shortcomings.
Will the updated TRD PRO treatment be enough to keep this aging but rugged dinosaur from going extinct?
Resurrecting a name from the past.
From an ergonomic and practical perspective, the X4 does not make any sense. Luckily there will always be a type of consumer that buys with emotion and values style above all else.
The updated RAM is not a monumental game changer but its meaningful upgrades should be enough to make Ford and Chevrolet go back to the drawing board.