How do IndyCar racers stack up against Formula 1, Japanese Super Formula, World Endurance Cars, and other top-tier race cars? Find out here!
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How do the eco-friendliest versions of the Kia Optima and Toyota Camry stack up to one another? After two weeks of driving, we have a clear winner.
The 2015 Kia K900 is bigger, nicer, faster, and more powerful than the last Maserati Quattroporte I drove back in 2011, and gets 30% better MPG, too!
Welcome to the 2015 Honda Fit DEEP DIVE article- featuring anything and everything you ever wanted to know about the new Honda Fit, but were afraid to ask.
Driving the new 2015 Honda Fit along California’s twisty canyon roads was more fun than I care to admit- and the car is so good, I couldn’t even snarky.
Matt Farah currently owns a Chevy Volt, but the new Cadillac ELR is looking good to the high-octane video editor. In a comparison, who wins? Find out, here.
Mitsubishi showed off an updated 2014 Mitsubishi iMiEV that featured a leather interior, matte paint, nicer alloys, and a price tag half what it once was!
LOS ANGELES, California, November 22, 2013 (ENS) – The Honda Accord has been chosen as the Green Car of the Year® 2014, but this year the award goes not to just one model but three: the Accord, Accord Hybrid, and Accord Plug-In Hybrid. “Green Car…
So, How Much Does that Electric Car Really Cost? [Infographic] (via sustainablog) Electric vehicles and hybrids still generally cost more upfront than a gas model – the technologies powering these vehicles are still relatively new. Of course, the those new technologies also cost much less to operate, as electricity’s definitely…
Here it is, the revolutionary new for 2014, 50 MPG Accord Hybrid. Before we get too far into my driving impressions of the car, though, I want to make a few things clear. First, the new Accord hybrid is a revelation. Second, In-n-Out Burger is seriously overrated. It’s all about the vastly superior Whataburger, and […]
As I walked up to the shining white Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, admiring a bold styling that didn’t remind me of any car, I really wanted to like it. I did not.
I went to a recent Honda hosted event in San Antonio and compared the new accord to the 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid. It seemed nice enough, then I threw up.