Vehicle Reviews

  • 2018 Chevrolet Bolt Review

    With 238+ miles of electric range, an affordable sticker price and better acceleration than your average compact hatchback the Bolt is the first no-compromises EV in America. There may be snazzier EVs, there may be faster EVs and there may be more comfortable EVs, but none of the other options offers the blend of features,

  • 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport Review

    Nissan’s all-new Rogue Sport is, of course, not all-new at all. Folks in Canada and other world markets have known this sub-compact crossover for years as the Nissan Qashqai. Whatever you want to call it, the Rogue Sport is a “tweener” crossover and in America it’s designed to fill the gap between the smaller Nissan

  • 2018 Rolls Royce Black Badge Ghost Review

    If a Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7-Series or Aston Martin Rapide just isn’t exclusive enough for you, Rolls Royce has you covered. We had the opportunity to spend a few hours with the Black Badge version of the Ghost which you can think of as the blacked out trim package of the “baby” roller.

  • 2018 MacLaren 570S Review

    Looking to burn $200,000+ and want something more unique than a 911? The McLaren 570S is an interesting option and for some reason they let me drive one. Note: We decided to truncate our usual format because it didn’t make sense with this car.

  • 2018 Audi Q5 Review

    Audi’s Q5 isn’t just one of the best selling Audi models in the USA, it’s also one of the best selling luxury crossovers in America. Despite the old Q5 being one of the older luxury CUVs on sale the Q5 has always served up an excellent blend of performance, economy, practicality and a long list

  • 2018 Honda Civic Si Review

    The Civic Si disappointed me a little, but oddly enough it’s not the Si’s fault. Honda’s performance coupe and sedan represent an incremental improvement over the last generation Si, it’s fast, it’s fun and it’s affordable. What then is the problem? Quite simply the other Civics have gotten so good that the Si somehow feels