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  • 2017 VW Passat Review

    Volkswagen’s Passat used to be America’s discount Audi but that left the people’s car brand without a direct competitor to the Camry and Accord. In stepped the new Passat in 2012 which changed everything. Instead of selling the same Passat in America and Europe VW decided to harmonize development between China and America sending us

  • 2017 Hyundai Veloster Review

    If you’re looking for fun in a small package you have few options in America today and if you want a coupe then you have even less. The CR-Z is gone, Ford may or may not bring the Fiesta back to the USA, Mazda stuck a fork in the Mazda2, Scion closed and took the

  • 2018 Genesis G80 3.3T Review

    The updated 2018 G80 is the latest shot across the bow of the established luxury brands. With more luxury for the dollar and an all-new twin-turbo engine, the G80 3.3T is aimed squarely at the Lexus GS and Audi A6. The Genesis lacks the handling prowess of the Lexus or German options but it more

  • 2018 Jaguar XE Review

    Jaguar’s XE combines the urgency of the BMW 3-Series with the handling ability of the Cadillac ATS, handling refinement of the Lexus IS and a price tag sized below the Audi A4. While it’s still not my “all-around” top pick in this competitive segment it is a close number two and certainly my choice if

  • 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Review

    Hyundai’s latest hybrid does more than just beat the Prius with 58 MPG combined, it is one of the few no-compromises hybrid cars in America. The low starting price means that the average compact car shopper in America would break even in under two years while enjoying a larger cargo area and (oddly enough) better

  • 2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco Review

    The Elantra Eco blew away it’s 40 MPG EPA highway score and it’s 35 MPG combined score to be the most efficient non-hybrid compact sedan that’s not a hybrid or a diesel. The question however is: should you buy this or the new Hyundai Ioniq? Hmm.