From my perch in the Peanut Gallery, it’s easy to suggest that the 2019 Honda Insight is the Insight Honda should have been building all along. Insight has been Honda’s pure-hybrid play since its 1999 debut. However, both of its earlier iterations were prematurely discontinued…
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Ten years ago, I stood next to a racetrack, awaiting my turn to take the wheel of an odd-looking crossover from BMW. Based on the midsize X5, the 2008 X6 luxury crossover felt right at home on the track, but just seemed wrong somehow. Its...
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n 2015, Ford upended decades of Mustang tradition when it planted the pony car on a modern, all-independent suspension. Shed of its solid rear axle, the Mustang grew more refined, comfortable and capable. Ride quality made major gains and, for the first time, the Mustang…
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When Jeep’s West Coast press rep heard we were seeking a vehicle to test in Moab, Utah, he sent us a 2019 Cherokee Trailhawk. The Cherokee ($23,995) is Jeep’s midsize crossover. By most measures, it is a conventional crossover; built on a sedan platform and…
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 2018
When talking Plymouth Roadrunners, and the car’s colorful history, the differences between the first Roadrunners in 1968 and the final effort in 1975 are huge.
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Any week that features a Miata in the driveway is a good week. Regular readers know Mazda’s little roadster is always welcome here. The two-person ragtop is one of the least practical cars on the planet, and also one of the most fun. It’s the…
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