The all-new 2017 Impreza is the first vehicle to be built on Subaru’s new global platform. It’s also the first Impreza to be built here in North America. How does it transform this already likable compact? In this exclusive review we take a look at features, test 0-60 performance and a lot more.
Ryan drives a pre-production version of the US-Spec Alfa Romeo 4c. Does this car have all the ingredients necessary to call it a supercar? Priced at $65,000 (as tested) the 4c has a four-cylinder engine with both direct-injection and a turbo charger. Options on this car include: leather-trimmed interior, sport seats, convenience package (cruise control, voice commands, […]
Ryan takes a quick look at the new, 3rd generation BMW X5. Equipped with BMWs direct-injected Diesel engine, this spacious family hauler packs 413 lbs-ft of torque and comes loaded with gadgets. Is it all too much?
Aaron Bartel takes a first look at the 2015 Subaru Legacy 3.6R while on vacation in Big Sur, California. Can this mid-size sedan finally bring the fight to Toyota and Honda? The 2015 Subaru Legacy starts at $22,000 (3.6R $31,000 as tested) and finally includes updated navigation, among it’s palette of driver-focused amenities.
Aaron Bartel drives the 2014 Kia Soul Exclaim(!) Does this refresh of the popular boxy compact make a good car even better or has Kia lost the plot in an attempt to civilize its plucky people mover? Plus, a quick comparison to Volkswagens similarly-priced 2014 Jetta.
Ryan heads to the Southwest to drive a new American classic: the seventh-generation Corvette Convertible. Plus, an exclusive interview with the Pete Brock, a man that literally wrote the book on Corvette history and was personally involved with its early development.
Driving Sports get a first look at the all-new 2014 Mazda3, a clean-sheet design that incorporates Mazda’s Skyactiv technology. In this review we test the 2.0-liter model with a 6-speed manual transmission. It’s nicely equipped for $24,000.
Aaron drives the all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk. Does this new mid-size crossover with polarizing looks live up to the Jeep legacy? The test vehicle features the 3.2-liter V-6, with 271 hp, 239 kb-ft and is almost fully kitted out for an MSPR of $37,665.
Ryan drives the brand-new for 2015 Subaru WRX. Can this new model live up to its heritage? The new WRX is powered by a new 2.0-L flat-four with a twin-scroll turbo making 268hp and 258 lb-ft peak powering all four wheels thanks to Subaru’s Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system (50:50 in the 6MT, 45:55 variable in […]