Who would spend $120,000 on a station wagon? Well, for a 603-hp one for starters. Read more.
While other manufacturers have promised electrically-assisted vehicles, few have materialized in usable form, making the 530e not only a bargain in the range but a rarity too. Read more.
The SUV alternative for those looking for practicality but in a sleeker package. Read more.
The Sport is there, we just have yet to find it. Read more.
The Faustian feline. Read more.
Looks like a flower but stings like a bee. Read more.
Sublime road manners, spacious rear accommodations, and droolworthy looks put the Velar at the top of our shortlist. Read more.
Imbued with modern features and cavernous rear seats, the Expedition establishes itself as the dominant figure in the full-size segment. Read more.
Sport not included. Read more.
A GLA-morously chic hatchback with a spritely powertrain and a premium badge. Read more.
The insatiable lust and appetite for crossovers continues to astonish me. Read more.
The X1 is a standout crossover thanks to a strong mix of good driving dynamics, excellent build quality, and unwavering practicality. Read more.
The beloved Yukon receives a new front grill, 10-speed gearbox, and a wood interior trim, but is it enough? Read more.
Cadillac's first foray into semi-autonomous technology impressed us with its simplicity and well-defined boundaries of use, though it may only appeal to a select few who frequent highways or long distance driving. Read more.
The Tahoe gets a few notable aesthetic and performance upgrades, including the 6.2L V8 from the Escalade and 10-speed auto from the Camaro ZL1. Read more.
This is a no-frills electric hatchback for the pragmatic consumer, and it delivers on all expected fronts. Read more.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. Here are our ten favourite powerplants from last year. Read more.
Resetting the standard. Read more.
Five cylinders, four rings, and three point seven seconds from 0-100 km/h; the TT RS provides us with that desperate link of man and machine that many automakers strive to build but fail to create. Read more.
Refreshed sheetmetal, a 7-speed DSG, and a larger infotainment system round off the revisions for 2018. Read more.
Best to look elsewhere. Read more.
The Atlas may be short on performance and ride comfort but it just about delivers on every other front. Read more.
Loud and proud. Read more.
MotoMaster's new winter tire impressed us with its quiet on-road performance, grip on snowy terrain, and attractive price point. Read more.
The GTI just keeps getting better and makes it harder to justify the premium for the R. Read more.
Sacrificing soul for electric power. Read more.
A versatile and functional SUV-like wagon, or wagon-like SUV, whatever you want to call it. Read more.
Honda’s vanguard into electrification impresses us with its smooth powertrain, top shelf build quality, and a competitive electric range of 76 km. Read more.
The diesel may have its uses and benefits, but it is hard to recommend unless fuel efficiency is of paramount importance. Read more.
A four-door athlete that values comfort and straight-line speed over handling and driver involvement. Read more.
Diesel or gasoline? That is the question. Read more.
VERNON, British Columbia - A revision long overdue, yet the new Enclave hits all the high points, keeps its core values, and lives up to its five-star reputation of having one of the quietest interiors in the industry. Read more.
LISBON, Portugal - The most fun that can be had behind the wheel of an EV. Read more.
LISBON, Portugal - The spirit of the original lives on. Read more.
The muscle car of pickup trucks. Read more.
A rare treat. Read more.
Back to the basics. Read more.
Out with the old, and in with the new. Read more.
The sweet spot in the F-Type lineup. Read more.
The cult following. Read more.
A supercharged rocket with enough British charm to make us to overlook its many shortcomings. Read more.
One of the most analog and involving sports cars we’ve driven this year - a refreshing experience in such a digitized world. Read more.
Aiming for the sweet spot of performance and comfort. Read more.
Is Italian charm enough to win over buyers in this demanding cutthroat segment? Read more.
Finally, a full-size three-row SUV from Volkswagen. But is it any good? Read more.
Is bigger always better? Read more.