*new denotes recently added articles
November 8, 2012:
The Mazda3’s reliability has been good, but “the car has not proven as trouble-free as some of its Japanese competitors,” says Chris Chase.
November 7, 2012:
There's nothing wrong with the Subaru XV Crosstrek that a little more refinement wouldn't fix.
November 1, 2012:
If you must have luxury and 4WD ability, the Lexus GX combines both, but at a higher price than for the mechanically-similar Toyota 4Runner.
October 25, 2012:
Volvo S60 trouble spots include broken or worn engine mounts, worn suspension components, leaking radiators, and faulty electronic throttle modules, says Chris Chase.
October 19, 2012:
Our latest update is less about what we've done with Genesis Coupe since last time, and more to do with what we're about to try.
October 18, 2012:
It will be easy to find a deal on a used Equinox, but there's a reason for that.
October 15, 2012:
Of the three engines offered in the 2013 Ford Escape, the 1.6L EcoBoost is the one to choose, says Chris Chase.
October 12, 2012:
Peter Bleakney is "smitten with this kick-boxing prom queen" of a sports car.
October 11, 2012:
Like most high-end German cars, the BMW 7 Series is a great car to drive, but can be a nightmare to own.
October 10, 2012:
Nissan announced today that the starting price for the 2013 Pathfinder is $29,998.
October 5, 2012:
Three months wasn't long enough (or was it too long?) to convince us that the Prius C is a better deal than its pricier siblings.
October 4, 2012:
The third-generation Nissan Pathfinder's basics are sound, but poor-quality secondary components let it down.
October 2, 2012:
The Kia Rio is one of the most well-rounded cars in the subcompact class, says Chris Chase.
FoMoCo threatening to take Chrysler to court over "best-in-class" marketing
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