Long-Term Road Tests
After 40,000 miles, our X7 M50i showed us just how well the attributes of the 7-series combine with those of a sport-ute.
A trip to Colorado brings our Hybrid CR-V to the 10,000-mile mark.
A complete transmission replacement and a host of gripes highlight our Jeep pickup's initial stint.
The three-row Telluride's unwavering excellence over 40,000 miles illustrates how far Kia has come.
Our Supra was a handful in the snow, and our roadside-assistance experience was a minor disaster.
Our Hyundai hot hatch concludes its 40,000-mile test with quirky high-performance charm and notably quicker acceleration.
We would have liked our Genesis G70 2.0T sedan even more if it had the optional twin-turbo V-6.
A clunky transmission and some unfortunate mishaps have marred our Porsche Cayenne experience.
But we're still waiting for Tesla's Full Self-Driving feature to materialize.
After 40,000 miles, Subaru's three-row Ascent earns satisfactory marks but has room to improve.
The Passport didn't stir strong emotions, but its reliability and versatility were easy to appreciate.
From its excellent road manners to its perfect reliability, Mazda's upscale CX-5 served us well.
The Type R's goodness as a practical performance machine did wonders to atone for its shortcomings.
A premature departure before 40,000 miles leaves us wishing we'd ordered the more powerful engine.
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