Blizzaks to the rescue.
Q is the new G.
Shockingly good fuel economy for a 4800-pound luxury vehicle.
The previous Grand Cherokee was extremely likeable, good-looking, and capable. This updated 2014 model is even better.
The most hardcore version of the Mini Cooper is so, so fun.
Performance that is beyond reproach.
The Paceman is another oddball car from Mini that blurs the lines between segments.
Funky box-on-wheels styling conceals a mediocre driving experience.
Someone looking for an affordable compact sedan could do a lot worse than the Sentra.
This is the engine the CX-5 needed, and it’s the one you’ll want.
Anyone willing to forgo the image of driving an Audi or BMW will be happy with a Regal GS.
This plug-in version of the C-Max costs far more than the conventional hybrid, and we don’t think it’s worth it.
It’s easy to see why the Volkswagen GTI was our first two-time AOY winner. Everything about this car is almost perfect.
Every CTS is solid and luxurious, and this wagon is no exception.
The Chrysler 300 is great, and the SRT version is even better.
This Ram is a minivan with two seats and a flat load floor, plain and simple.
You might think that $35,000 is a lot to spend on a Kia, but apparently it’s not.
At a tick under $43,500, this specific A4 perfectly delivers what entry-level luxury sedan shoppers are looking for.
The 2013 Sentra has come a long way from its dorky, plasticky predecessor.
Best exhaust note: Jaguar XKR-S
The Jaguar XKR-S has a long list of laudable characteristics, including a sublime chassis; light, communicative steering; and distinctively British style, inside and out.