2016 Nissan SV AWD Rogue Review

2016 Nissan SV AWD Rogue Review by Arison Knapp Nissan’s Rogue Crossover SUV moves into its refined third year of production for this second generation. This is a vehicle for those who demand comfort, efficiency, reliability and safety in a...[Read More]

2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk 4×4 Review

2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk 4×4 Review by Arison Knapp If you’re looking for a disproportionately good deal in a heavy-duty off-roading midsize SUV, the 2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is your ticket up the mountain. There are major diff...[Read More]

2015 Lincoln MKC AWD

  2015 Lincoln MKC AWD Review by Randy Stern How do you attempt to sell a luxury brand for the umpteenth time? Lincoln has been exploring ways to sell each new product lately by changing up the overall theme a bit. Maybe a bit more, bu...[Read More]

Lexus NX 200t F-Sport

  2015 Lexus NX 200t F Sport Review by Randy Stern There’s gold in the premium compact crossover segment! We’re prospectors. We got $45,000 lying around and want something that tackles the urban scene while getting cred in ...[Read More]

2015 Lincoln Navigator

  2015 Lincoln Navigator Review by Randy Stern Large SUVs used to rule the universe – just like dinosaurs. It was when we Americans were thought to be invincible. No military mission or economic setback would hurt our stride. We came b...[Read More]

2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee

  2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Review by Randy Stern Remember 1992? Why 1992? Something happened that has changed the face of sports utility vehicles forever. The segment was growing thanks to several ground-breaking vehicles that ...[Read More]

2015 Hyundai Tucson

  Driven: 2015 Hyundai Tucson GLS Review By James Hamel Introduction Nowhere did Hyundai’s ascendancy as an auto manufacturing powerhouse become clearest than with its exemplary compact and midsize SUV offerings known as the Tucs...[Read More]

2015 Chevrolet Traverse

  2015 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ AWD Review by Randy Stern So, you got a family. There’s plenty of folks like you. Your friends, too. They are also growing through their teenage years. Three-row crossovers – not all of them are equal and ...[Read More]