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The LR3’s new kid brother is no Freelander.
In a sea of anonymous boxes, here’s an SUV with real personality. But it comes at a price.
A line of cypress trees marches to the horizon in perfectly ordered ranks, defining the borders of this dusty Tuscan trail. In the middle distance, a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coup broods, roof up, on the side of the road. It is covered with a thick coat o
Chaos reigns. It’s Sunday afternoon on the roads east of Verona in the north of Italy. Muddied four-by-fours lean drunkenly around the tight curves on these high hills. Dense packs of sport bikes fizz past in 13,000-rpm eruptions, diving onto their forks as ye
What do you think of when you hear the name Hyundai? Value for money? Great warranty? Lots of equipment? Lexus-rivaling interior?
Nissan has given the 350Z coupe and roadster range a freshening both inside and out. The interior gains a door panel designed with a water-bottle holder, an extra cupholder in the center console, a new navigation system, and an MP3-compatible audio package. Ou
Remember the first-generation Sentra SE-R from 1991? The one we described as being “perfectly harmonious and elegantly balanced” and “a great little car”? Well, successive generations of the hot Sentra progressively lost their mojo, that agility and driver inv
At first glance, the Patriot looks like it’s about six years late to its own party, because it’s such a faithful evolution of Jeep’s Cherokee. It even shares the Cherokee’s boxy bluffness, a big part of that vehicle’s charm. But back in 2001, the Cherokee was
This new Avenger won’t be rewriting any rules for the mid-size class. At best, it’s an alternative with a uniquely American accent.
Ever since the Chevrolet Camaro coupe concept broke cover to become the star of last year’s Detroit show, interested observers have been wondering when a convertible would follow. Just as the current-generation Ford Mustang spawned a ragtop, it was simply inco