We finally got hold of the new Honda Accord Turbo. Here’s the full review:
Ryan takes the 2018 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road on a family trip to Crater Lake, where he enjoys the sights and get some use of the Crawl Control system on a sandy and loose surface. Even though the entertainment tech is out of date, and it rides like a truck, is this 4Runner still worth consideration?
We take the Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road to a proper facility to test the off-road capabilities of this fun-sized truck.
Mazda tries to go near-luxury with its updated Mazda6 Signature edition. Did they succeed? Watch the full review:
The 2019 Hyundai Veloster aims to improve its standing in the sporty compact market. Is this new one any better? Ryan takes a look at 0-60, the sound enhancement system and more in this full review.
We take a look at the new BMW X2. It’s new! Gold! Expensive! And... fun?
Boxerfest was a wet one this year. Here’s our highlights from FedEx field in Maryland.
This week, Ryan takes a look at the 2018 Mini Cooper Countryman S E All4 Plug-In Hybrid. Some say... it’s faster than a John Cooper Works edition.
Subaru has finally launched a proper 3-row crossover. It’s called the Ascent. We had the opportunity to take the newest, biggest Subaru towing, off-road and to the Oregon coast in not one, but three full videos.
We had a chance to wring out the new $85,000, 505-hp, Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio around the mountains of Santa Cruz. The noise along makes this video worth watching.
We’re trying out a live news show on Driving Sports TV. This first episode talks about Ford and their choice to drop all cars but 2 from the North American lineup. The idea for this show format is that we will bring live news as soon as we know it.
We came, we saw, we were heckled by an Acura Integra. This is the first Driving Sports TV live car review from Monday, April 23. Now available on-demand for your viewing (and heckling) pleasure. And yes, the color is BDR.
We’re bringing several boxes of gear, cameras, computers, a 2018 Subaru WRX and small crew to a parking lot somewhere in the Pacific Northwest this Monday to bring you a live, unrehearsed car review. Please join us on YouTube Live or watch on our official apps for ROKU and Apple TV.
When doing hot laps at Laguna Seca my first choice usually isn’t a Golf. But after driving the Golf R, I’m reconsidering that opinion. Pro tip: be sure to disable collision mitigation before heading onto track.
We had an opportunity to drive the Jeep Trackhawk at Laguna Seca and couldn’t pass it up. 707hp in a Jeep Grand Cherokee? Yes, Please!
In this video we attempt to tame the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody on a moist lap around
Mazda Raceway WeatherTech Raceway at Laguna Seca. We find that 707hp and rear-wheel drive makes for a rather challenging outing.
I have to hand it to Chevrolet, they really know how to tug the heartstrings of jaded automotive journalists. Next time, however, please order the press car in Brown.
Our review of the 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Ti AWD with some comparisons to the Audi SQ5 we also drove recently.
With the new 2018 BMW 530e the German company is trying something new: giving buyers a PHEV drivetrain for the same price as a traditional. Is it worth it? Watch the full review.
Ryan takes you on a full tour of the new 2018 Subaru Outback Touring 2.5i — with a comparison to the Mitsubishi Outlander... then it’s off to the mountains to find some snow!