Long-Term Road Tests
Although the CX-30 has been worry-free, it hasn't quite won us over like Mazda's larger CX-5.
An early departure capped off our troublesome Jeep pickup's long-term test.
We dissect the spiciest Sonata's front-wheel-peelin' personality and sharply tuned chassis.
Porsche's Cayenne proved to be a compelling ambassador for the SUV breed over its 40,000-mile stay.
All-wheel drive and the hybrid powertrain's fuel economy add to the appeal.
The Supra still thrills after 30,000 miles, but it's merely adequate as a road-trip companion.
We've also spent serious money on windshield, roof, and tire replacement.
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.
Over 40,000 miles, BMW's six-cylinder M340i largely reestablished our passion for the 3-series.
The three-row Telluride's unwavering excellence over 40,000 miles illustrates how far Kia has come.
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.
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.