Using 2015 Jeep Cherokee Selec-Terrain Control

In the 2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, you know you are in for some technology in the world of hardcore off-roading when you see the Selec-Terrain dial.

Ford opens Silicon Valley research center

Ford’s new Silicon Valley digs will research and develop tech for autonomous vehicles, connectivity, mobility, big data, and customer experience, Ford said.

There’s a turbo kit out there for everyone

Frank looks into what turbo kits are readily available for the base 2.5 Nissan Altima S. Believe it or not, there is one available.

Littlest Lexus: I like Lexus CT200h just as well the second time

Last time we got to test a Lexus CT200h, I fell in love with the smallest Lexus in the lineup. So did it charm me that much at second glance? Well, mostly.

Android Auto? Apple CarPlay? Top-of-the-Line Kenwood lets you choose!

For those who are noncommittal on who makes your smartphone, Kenwood is your head unit of choice.

Time for new brakes — which EBC combo will it be?

Our Frank Cruz weighs his options for replacing rear brakes on his Saab 9-3 Aero: EBC Red Stuff, or Yellow Stuff, or Bosch OEM stuff?

Hear what you like with Harman Individual Sound Zones

Can’t anyone listen to “Livin’ on a Prayer” (or whatever your guilty pleasure is) and not be interrupted? Enter Harman Individual Sound Zone technology.

We put Trail Rated Jeep Active Drive Lock to the test

Despite unseasonably warm temps, the area just south of Montreal still had enough white stuff on side roads to test the Jeep Active Drive Lock system.


AppRadio features added to Pioneer head units in firmware update

The Pioneer AppRadio One firmware update provides the ability of certain regular Pioneer head units to gain AppRadio features.

Van envy: We test the Nissan NV200 cargo van

A surefire sign I’m an automotive oddball: I was more excited to test the Nissan NV200 cargo van than I have been about a test car in a long time.

American Ride: Dodge Charger SE head unit humble, useful

The 2015 Dodge Charger SE I tested a few weeks ago had a humble head unit with a five-inch Uconnect touchscreen that proved itself useful, if not boisterous.

As Harman does Tata, so might Land Rover and Jaguar?

Recently Tata motors named Harman “Supplier of the Year” for its Indian market vehicles. So might we see more Harman in Jaguar and Land Rover? Perhaps.