From measuring zero-to-60-mph times to blind spots, here's a detailed look at how we test cars.
These in-depth car reviews use the results of hundreds of practicality, visibility, fuel-economy, and performance tests to show how a vehicle stacks up.
The 11th-generation Honda Civic breaks free from its predecessor's design but keeps the good stuff.
Honda's new Civic boasts lots of refinements and good fuel economy, but the thrill is gone.
From the Archive: Honda's latest Civic is more sensible and a bit less fun, but still excellent.
The base 2.5-liter four makes a case for the compelling new Tucson's more-powerful hybrid model.
German tuning house Alpina upgrades BMW's highest-performing X7 SUV on its own terms.
Nissan's new family SUV is more attractive, nicer inside, and no longer saddled with a CVT.
From the Archive: Essentially unchanged, and so is our opinion. We liked it then, and we like it now. It oughta be on the autobahn.
Enter the most driver-focused of Porsche's Cayenne SUVs.
The UX200 is a cleverly upcycled Toyota, but its unrefined powertrain breaks the premium spell.
Minor updates to the V-8-powered GTS model struggle to brighten the slow-selling Panamera's luster.
A reproduction of the 1965 Shelby roadster so powerful that it can spin its tires all the way back to the sizzling Sixties.
Porsche's new track-focused GT3 is the perfect home to celebrate natural aspiration.
From the Archive: Nissan turns out the best Z-car in 35 years.
From the Archive: Pedigree, power, and paradox find a home in the new SLR.