The 2015 Ford Expedition’s ControlTrac four-wheel drive is the way four-wheel drive should be — especially if you have to drive in the Blizzard of 2015.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Would you give up on the Lotus underpinnings of the Tesla Roadster as it ages? No, you’d just upgrade the drivetrain and aerodynamics, as Tesla is doing.
I was once told to be weary of cheaper aftermarket wheels that are more prone to cracking, bending, and breaking, so I’m cautiously approaching these:
The Ford GT is set for rebirth, and Ford’s bringing carbon fiber to the party — plus more horses than have been seen in a production EcoBoost engine.
To think every U.S. automaker might now have a car like the $30,000 Dodge Charger SE, if only they had stuck with the RWD full-size sedan format!
After I spent a week with the freshly redesigned 2015 Nissan Murano recently, I’m confident it’s a vehicle you’ll be seeing a lot more of in the future.
One thing my buddy’s super clean Chrysler 300 lacked was that five-letter word that puts a smile on most of our faces: boost. So he picked up a Subaru WRX.