Quicker isn’t always better: With the new 2020 Ford Escape, one of the slower trims is also one of its best. Don’t get too excited, though, as the 2020 Escape Hybrid comes with a couple big asterisks—for now. With the tall C-Max hatch gone, the 2020 Escape Hybrid has a special surprise for compact crossover […]
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Typically, when a vehicle comes to the end of its five- to seven-year production cycle, folks are relieved to see it go. With dated styling and obsolete technology, it is almost archaic in its form and function. There’s rarely celebration for the last car off the line. That counts double for most sports cars, whose […]
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With the definition of a sports car now including everything from convertibles and coupes to more practical sedans and hatchbacks, there are more vehicles to choose from than ever. Even if you’re on a budget, you can satisfy your speed fix with an exciting vehicle that’ll provide thrills at every corner. Here are 10 affordable […]
Sports cars tend to go the longest between redesigns because they sell in such low volumes that it takes forever to amortize the tooling and development costs. The venerable Nissan 370Z, for example, was new in 2009 and hasn’t seen much updating. If I’m honest, I was slightly surprised that Nissan still sells the car […]
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As we wait for the Tesla Model S to record a Nürburgring lap time, there’s news about the smaller Model 3. The 2019 Tesla Model 3 has been named a Top Safety Pick+, IIHS announced today. This is Tesla’s first safety award from the agency. The Tesla Model 3 earned “Good” safety ratings in all […]
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