2017 Porsche 911 Turbo First Drive! (The Capital-T Turbo)

Where does Porsche’s seminal Turbo go now that most of the 911 lineup is turbocharged? It’s a question we briefly contemplated in approaching the revised, 2017 911 Turbo. The answer is simple: The 911 Turbo does what it has always done—add more power to separate itself from the herd. READ MORE ››

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The Cost of Driving Cheap: 2017 Nissan Versa Sedan Priced

The Nissan Versa was once notorious for stripping out the air conditioning and the stereo so ads could proclaim a brand-new car for around $10,000. Power mirrors, power locks, and power windows also went missing. Nissan added back most of that equipment a couple years ago when it realized Kia and Mitsubishi weren’t stooping that […]

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Refreshed 2017 Audi A3 e-tron Plug-In Hybrid Starts at $39,850

  Like the run-of-the-mill Audi A3 sedan and cabriolet, the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron enters the 2017 model year with a host of changes both inside and out. Unfortunately, though, Audi failed to update our biggest gripes with the plug-in hybrid hatchback: its high cost of entry and its middling gasoline-electric powertrain. With a starting […]

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2016 Lincoln MKX 2.7T FWD Test: Power to the Rear Makes a Difference

We’ve been warned about expectations. “No expectations, no disappointments,” read one familiar saying we saw on a wall plaque somewhere. Another one read, “Expectations are merely resentments under construction.” But when it comes to luxury vehicles such as the Lincoln MKX, the prices charged by their makers inevitably raise certain expectations. READ MORE ››

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