The 2020 Hyundai Venue is the newest and smallest SUV in the Korean automaker’s lineup. It is packed with technology and standard safety technology with a starting price under $20K. Primed for an urban environment, is it an econobox on wheels, or will it (cough) kick its competition to the curb?
Toyota's 4Runner has changed very little in the past decade. It remains a true truck with body-on-frame construction and an ancient 4.0-liter V6. It's loud, raucous, and holds nothing back but is it still pertinent in today's SUV and CUV crazed world? Click to read our full review.
BMW's model lineup is the most expansive it has ever been. We recently spent a week with the X7 xDrive50i to get a Christmas tree. While it accomplished that task effortlessly, the X7 also proved itself a comfortable partner for extended drives. However, is that enough to wear the crown of the Ultimate Driving Machine? Click the link for our full review of this BMW behemoth.
Genesis is now a full-fledged brand as part of the Hyundai family. The G90 and G80 are admirable efforts to reach the upper class at the expense of sporting intentions. However, the G70 is aimed straight at the heart of the sport sedan market. Can the upstart brand from South Korea seriously take on the industry standards from Germany?
The 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 provides a top-shelf driving experience supported by no-nonsense design and plethora of burbles, crackles and pops. Buy this car, and miles of smiles await.