Hatch

  • 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 Fiat 500x Review

    Fiat’s 500x is fun to drive, comfortable and attractive yet it lives in the shadow of it’s close cousin the Jeep Renegade. Some of this has to do with the smaller number of Fiat dealers but I suspect that more has to do with shoppers wanting a compact go-anywhere CUV instead of an on-road corner

  • 2018 Volvo V90 & V90 Cross Country Review

    The station wagon is truly the original crossover. With the driving dynamics of a sedan but a bigger cargo area on the back, an estate (as they call them across the pond) makes a great deal of practical sense. Unfortunately the allure of a higher seating position has left wagon sales in America at an

  • 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback Review

    After years of wishing Chevy has finally given Cruze fans what they were asking for: the 2017 Cruze hatchback. The all-new model is a little more compact that the Cruse sedan for easier city parking but swallows considerably more cargo. GM’s newest hatch has another trick up its sleeve: a soon to be available 1.6L

  • 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 Toyota Corolla iM Review

    The Corolla iM, also known as the Toyota Auris around the world, may not be the swiftest compact hatch but it is one of the best handling and without a doubt, one of the best buys in America. The former Scion model has become a Toyota for 2017 but it retains Scion’s value pricing model