Auto Current Reviews
The Ford Mustang, America's first pony car, celebrates its 50th birthday with a swoon-worthy new design and plans to go global.
Optimism over Hyundai's first major makeover of its key models in about five years may fizzle as some industry insiders question whether the redesigns are too conservative for international tastes.
The average age of Honda owners is 55, but the funky and cute Brio appeals to younger drivers as well.
Since its inception in 1999, the BMW X5 has been a market leader in the SUV segment.
It's hard not to feel like a possum about to go SPLAT! when you stand in front of the grille of the new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado. The full-size pickup has that kind of visual impact.
The new C7 Corvette is the same 6.2-liter displacement as the outgoing model,
but it's far more technologically advanced for the $51,995 price tag.
Fiat has been doing several things well since it was founded 114 years ago, such as cramming lots on interior space into tiny cars and wringing spirited performance from dinky engines.
The 2014 Chevrolet Cruze diesel shows a winning combo of power and fuel economy, but falls short inside despite roomy interior and trunk.
Pam checked out Ram's latest offering, an SLT Crew Cab pickup with V-6 engine
and eight-speed transmission.
The world's largest automaker recently took the wraps off the 11th generation
Corolla with design flashes
from the Corolla Furia Concept that made the rounds at auto shows from Detroit
The Toyota 4Runner, a quite capable on- or off-road midsize SUV, entered its fifth generation
three years ago and got a few updates this year.
If price is a sign that an automaker thinks it has a hit in its garage, Cadillac is oozing confidence over the redesigned 2014 CTS sport sedan.
A sportier new version of the Toyota Corolla aims to shed the low-cost image and
attract younger buyers.
Ford figures that Atlas, a mythological figure known for carrying the world on his shoulders, is just the right code name for the effort to create the
next-generation F-150, the country's best-selling pickup truck.
Chevrolet has redesigned its full-size Impala sedan, marking the 10th
iteration of a nameplate that GM introduced in 1958.