“They’re not only cars that won’t cost you a lot of money, but they’re cars that’ll be a pleasure to own,” said U.S. News’ Best Cars executive editor. The rankings were released this week.
Mitsubishi goes back to an old name, “Eclipse,” for its new crossover. But this new Eclipse Cross is sportier-looking than other Mitsubishi models, providing a fresh and new look for the company. See photos.
With some modern updates, this throwback is an easier-to-live-with large SUV; one that’s happy cruising the highway or tackling an off-road expedition, and doing each easily and in ultimate comfort.
The Ram 2500 Big Horn Crew Cab is a very capable heavy-duty pickup with a tough, go-anywhere attitude and look that that stands out in the lucrative heavy-duty pickup market.
Looking at rear-wheel drive coupes under $30,000 doesn’t take very long; there aren’t many. But Toyota, with the help of Subaru, has such a ride.
The Infiniti Q50 Red Sport 400 offers a lot of excitement for under $55,000; just go easy on the option packages and you can have a big bang-for-your buck luxury sedan that wants to cause a bit of trouble.
The Jeep Compass Trailhawk is now worth a look if you want a small crossover that can take you places that the others just can’t.
Look out compact crossover class — the popular Honda CR-V gets a makeover for 2017.
WTOP Car Guy Mike Parris says the Volvo XC-90, part of Volvo’s rise from the ashes, deserves some of your time and attention before you make that next SUV purchase.
WTOP Car Guy Mike Parris thinks the Volkswagen Passat gets sportier performance and looks with the R-Line package, and it could be a bargain in the crowded midsize sedan market.
WTOP Car Guy Mike Parris says Toyota’s new XSE trim level adds more spice to this rolling appliance and changes its character a bit.
WTOP Car Guy Mike Parris says the 2016 Jaguar XJL Portfolio puts a premium on high style, inside and out.
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WTOP\’s Mike Parris reviews the 2014 Ford Escape, a year after the crossover\’s redesign.
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