Subaru has perfected its formula for creating desirable, utilitarian vehicles out of what are basically affordable, middle-of-the-road cars.
Dodge’s Dart compact sedan has a lot going for it.
For years, Mercedes-Benz’s C-Class sedans have been the entry point to the marque for American buyers.
Time flies in the highly competitive midsize family-sedan sector.
Chasing a legend can carry serious risks for any automaker.
Big and brawny, the GMC Yukon XL is an appealing fusion of luxurious appointments, rugged underpinnings, copious amounts of space, and good old-fashioned V-8 power.
Subaru listens to it customers’ needs and desires. And then acts upon them.
Unlike most automotive segments, there are somewhat limited options in the rarefied atmosphere of full-size luxury SUVs.
For 2015, Dodge has given its Charger full-size sedan a thorough going-over.
Remember the AMC Eagle?
For 2015, Chrysler has finally replaced the too-long-running Chrysler midsize sedan, lately known as the 200, with a brand-new and much-improved car, also known as the 200.
Over five generations, Toyota’s 4Runner sport-utility vehicle has built a record of reliability, longevity, durability and resale value that is the envy of autodom.