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The fifth-generation 2022 Nissan Pathfinder is a ground-up redesign, and thank goodness because the current one needed a big change. From what we can tell, the brand did some serious introspection.
There's one big BUT out there for the minivan, and it's a significant one. Two out of the five contenders in the segment don't have all-wheel drive, and that's not good.
COVID-19 has caused a rollercoaster in used car prices. See what you can expect if you're in the market for a new-to-you vehicle in the coming months.
Hyundai's new DAL-e robot assists car shoppers thanks to facial recognition, language processing, and full mobility. Can this AI technology revolutionize the dealership experience?
It's just too bad that muscle cars also unicorns in terms of sales, the point where the end of the segment seems to be in sight, at least in terms of what defines a true muscle car.
VW's ID.4 is its first model based on the modular electric MEB platform. Does it have what it takes to be better than the Tesla Model Y? We think so. Here are 4 reasons why.
We were a bit worried since our press vehicle was a 2021 Mazda CX-9 Signature, but our concerns were not with drivability, build-quality, or technology.
There are plenty of top-notch 2020 vehicles that are still out there. Most importantly, you can haggle since they're outgoing models that will (or have already been) replaced by the redesign.
While a lot of SUVs come our way, largely because the segment occupies such a wide swath in the industry, that doesn't mean there are a ton of contenders for the top spot for us.
The Corvette brings supercar performance that contrasts with its daily drivability, cargo space, and premium features for what should cost six figures plus.
Here are seven choices of cars we don't want to let go of, but we guess we'll just have to find them in the used market.
Winter is right around the corner. We don't want a powerful V8 rear-wheel drive car in Chicago winters. The all-wheel drive Charger GT is more to our liking.
The brand just announced a more spritely 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder (175 horsepower) for the Japanese market, but even if it comes to America, we're still not going to buy a Forester.
Now that the 500 is gone, Fiat shows us the 500 3+1 EV, and it's the awesome 500 ev we want but just can't freakin' have. WTF, indeed.Â
You no longer have to look at the premium brands like BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Lexus, Jaguar, or Land Rover to get luxury.