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Review: 2015 Ford F250

So who needs this truck, this behemoth that is essentially one of the most powerful and capable pick-up trucks a person can drive without a commercial trucking licence?

Review: 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250

The baby Benz proves to be a practical, roomy 5-door car with two distinct personalities. And this car review ends with a big twist.

Review: 2015 Chrysler 200

Chrysler’s entry-level car, re-envisioned from top to bottom, is a stunner, but it turns out much of the beauty is just skin deep.

Review: 2014 Buick Verano

A desirable entry-level luxury sedan manages to surprise with its thoughtful details and a great drivetrain.

Review: 2014 Honda Pilot

I recently spent a week in the 2014 Honda Pilot. This 8-seater three-row Alabama-built SUV has been around since 2009 in its current form, although it got treated to a mild facelift and some interior changes in 2012.

Review: 2014 Toyota Prius V

I don’t know what it is about the Prius. Every time I pass one on the road, there’s something about the styling, the holier-than-thou mission statement and the way that they’re often being driven that just makes it tough for me to like them.

Review: 2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE

What motivates people to keep coming back to Toyota showrooms to buy Camrys? You never hear a car enthusiast waxing poetic over a Camry, but any manufacturer would kill to have the sales of this model.

Review: 2014 Kia Soul

When Kia first brought out the boxy, goofy Soul, it wasn’t expected to make a big splash. The quirky styling was more of a statement, but it turned into a big seller for Kia.

Review: 2014 Ford Fusion SE

I had recently reviewed a couple of other Fusions – a loaded-up Titanium with the hot-rod 2.0-litre EcoBoost as well as the other end of the fuel efficiency spectrum – the plug-in Energi Hybrid model.

Cool Stuff for my Man-Cave

Occasionally I come across some concepts that are so brilliant, I must have them. I try to be picky about what ends up in my garage or man-cave, but if it makes me smile, its odds increase exponentially.

Review: 2014 Toyota Highlander

While the Highlander’s last generation was getting a bit long in the tooth, it continued to sell well.

Armor All Spring Challenge/Fathers Day Give-away

This spring, the nice people at Armor All were kind enough to send me some products to try out. Here’s my experience with the stuff they sent me – keep reading, because I also have the opportunity to share a great car care kit with one of my readers, courtesy of Armor All.

Review: 2014 Ford Fiesta SE 1.0

I’ve reviewed a couple of Fiestas from Ford in the last couple of years, and I’ve liked most of what I’ve found.

Review: 2014 Ford Focus SE

When Ford released the new Focus, they had a bit of an uphill struggle ahead of them. The previous generation had a negative impact on a lot of folks who suffered under the yoke of ownership, beset with a myriad of quality issues.

Review: 2014 Range Rover Sport HSE

Oh Range Rover, what have you done to me? The 2014 Range Rover Sport made a big impression on me, and it remains stuck solidly in place, long after the press vehicle was picked up.

Review: 2014 Ford Fusion SE 1.5 EcoBoost

I had recently reviewed a couple of other Fusions – a loaded-up Titanium with the hot-rod 2.0-litre EcoBoost as well as the other end of the fuel efficiency spectrum – the plug-in Energi Hybrid model.

Review: 2014 Honda Civic Coupe

Honda’s venerable Coupe has taken some interesting turns as of late, especially in the styling department.

Review: 2014 Ford Escape Titanium 4WD

The radical redesign from a couple of years ago seems tamer now, but the Escape keeps flying out of showrooms thanks to a smart package with excellent (albeit thirsty) performance and comfort on the road, a tech-laden interior and a sizeable cargo area.  I was at the LA Auto Show in November 2011 when Ford took the wraps off of this all-new Escape.

Review: 2014 Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson, now a couple of generations in, is a contender in a highly competitive compact crossover class.

Quick Take: 2014 Toyota Avalon (Review)

I’m not going to lie and say I was excited to review the Toyota Avalon. Again. After all, isn’t this the car that emulated your father’s (actually, probably your great-grandfather’s) Buick for years, and was marketed to the nearly dead.