Lexus didn’t pull any punches with the all-new 2018 LS 500. It feels more like a world-class luxury car than any other Lexus I’ve tested and seems to be aimed squarely at its Bavarian rivals. Its exterior is gorgeous, its interior is sumptuous, its twin turbo heart beats out 416 horsepower and it has an extravagant price tag. Does all this add up to the best Lexus yet?
When I got word that I’d be driving a Mazda 3 for a week, I didn’t really know enough to form an opinion. However, once the car arrived and I spent some time getting to know it, its subtle personality and amenities charmed me right away.
The Toyota Highlander represents an SUV for those of us who don’t necessarily want to drive a serious off-roader everyday. Normal folks who don’t need 4×4 capability for the commute to their nine-to-five, and don’t have to drive down fire roads out of the hills to fetch groceries from town.
Previous experience with Mitsubishi products may have tainted my perception of the brand for the worse. Has Mitsubishi changed their tune for 2018?
The Toyota CH-R didn’t begin life as a Toyota at all. It started as a design project by Scion way back in 2014. Since then Scion has died, but the little C-HR lives on under the Toyota marque.
In a previous article, I said the 2017 Civic Si could be the best Civic yet. That was before I drove the 2018 Type R. This car is hysterically fun to drive without sacrificing practicality.
What is white on the outside, red on the inside, and almost inconceivably large? If you guessed Moby Dick, you guessed wrong . It’s the 2017 Lexus LX 570!
Before driving it, I had preconceptions of what a Camry was. Terms like dependable, practical, and reliable come to mind. Those are all good things, but exciting and fun? Not really. I was expecting plain vanilla ice cream. But what I got was bananas flambe.
With every new review I try and follow the sage advice a veteran motor journalist once offered me. That is, discover what a vehicle is trying to tell me and share that with audience. After deliberation, I believe the Lexus NX300 is telling us that it wants to get home in time for the Murder She Wrote marathon.
Love them or loathe them, crossovers sell. They’re the right size for a lot of folks, they’re relatively capable and efficient.It’s a winning recipe, which is why practically all manufacturers have at least one offering in the segment. With all those options how is one to ever determine the best of them?