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2015 VW Golf SportWagen Automatic Tested: Practical Domination

- All we really want from any vehicle is for it to do its job well. It’s a deceptively simple criterion that guides our reviews of everything from burly off-roaders to thrifty subcompacts to ludicrously capable exotics.

The Spirit of ’76: Stuzify My Love

- For some reason, when we think of coachbuilt glamour, thoughts automatically drift to chassis that were handed off to British and Italian men armed with sandbags, snips, shears, shrinkers, stretchers, English wheels, and a variety of hammers.

2015 Buick LaCrosse Review: In the Comfort Zone

-Overview: Buick’s flagship sedan, the LaCrosse, prioritizes comfort and ease of use, making it popular both for Americans planning long interstate excursions and Chinese executives aiming to relax behind their chauffeurs.

This Supercut of Cars Flying Off Cliffs and Exploding Is Pure America

-What would you do with $150 million? For Hollywood directors, this theoretical is a day job. Movie studios hand them mountains of cash to turn cockamamie ideas into decade-long franchises.

2015 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.8T TSI Automatic – Instrumented Test


Legal Challenge Reaches the End of the Road, Nissan NV200 Will Be NYC’s Taxi

- The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission has cleared the final legal hurdle to its imposition of Nissan’s NV200 as the city’s predominant yellow cab, ending a journey that began in 2011, when Nissan won the $1 billion contract to supply the vehicles.- A group of taxi owners had challenged the Commission’s authority to mandate the NV200 for use as a NYC taxi.

2015 Buick LaCrosse – Quick-Take Review


Ten Mistakes People Make at the Car Dealership

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2016 Chevrolet Camaro Dissected: Chassis, Powertrain, Design, and More

- Very few nameplates have been around as long as this magazine. The Camaro wasn’t there at the very beginning, but, having made its debut in 1967, it’s still one of the oldest model names on sale today.

2016 Chevrolet Camaro Dissected: Chassis, Powertrain, Design, and More – Feature


C/D 60th Anniversary: Looking Back at Our Tests of Four Breakthrough Gadgets

- From the July 2015 issue- Our Gearbox section was formalized in 2008, but we’ve been doing reviews of automotive accessories and upgrades since the Sports Cars Illustrated days.

Exclusive! There’s a Third Enzo Ferrari Movie in the Works

- We’ve been hearing about Ferrari films for years, and now it seems there is another one vying to get made.- Back in April, Robert De Niro confirmed he was set to portray Enzo Ferrari in a forthcoming biopic about Il Commendatore.

A Sneek Peek at BMW’s Hydrogen-Powered Future

- BMW’s hydrogen strategy is starting to take shape. The company has been working on hydrogen-powered cars since 1984, but for a long time the focus remained on the internal combustion engine.

Five Highlights From June 2015 U.S. Car Sales

- Eight automakers posted record June sales as the industry totaled nearly 8.5 million cars through the mid-year, a four-percent jump over 2014.

Subaru Makes BRZ More Entertaining, More Blue

Three years have passed since Subaru broke its own all-wheel-drive mold and gave us the visceral, rear-drive delight that is the BRZ sports car.

The Spirit of ’76: America’s Most Iconic Automobile

- With the 4th of July holiday upon us, we naturally are filled with the Spirit of ’76. No, not 1776—we’re talking 1976, America’s bicentennial year and a period whose automotive awesomeness is just starting to be appreciated.

The Spirit of ’76: America’s Most Iconic Automobile


Born to Run, and Run: Ford Focus, Escape, and C-Max Recalled for Engines That Won’t Shut Off

- Ford is recalling 433,000 2015 Focus, Escape, and C-Max vehicles to replace faulty body control modules, which can prevent the engine from turning off in response to the ignition switch.- The recall affects cars with the conventional, keyed ignition switch as well as those with the keyless, pushbutton version.

2015 BMW M235i xDrive Tested: Crossovers Created It

-Huh? Yep, that’s the condensed version of what a BMW spokesman conveyed when discussing why the brand is adding all-wheel drive to pretty much every car in its lineup, from the big 7-series all the way down to the second-smallest of U.S.

2015 BMW M235i xDrive – Instrumented Test