Reading Time: 4 minutes Tesla stock is currently trading at 21 times the value of Ford stock. That’s a huge statement considering the F-150 is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. Why is Tesla valued so highly? Drive one and you’ll get an idea.
Reading Time: 3 minutes More drivers who want the efficiency and convenience of a sedan but the space and cargo capabilities of an SUV are turning to crossovers as a way to meet all their needs.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When you think about the countries that make great cars, the United States, Japan, and Germany often spring immediately to mind. But among these giants, Sweden has carved out a small but significant niche, exporting high-quality, safe vehicles under the Volvo badge.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The technology on the Ford Edge also allows access to SiriusXM via a couple taps of the eight-inch LCD glass touchscreen. Flipping through the 150-plus stations is as easy as pressing the tuning buttons surrounding the central volume knob.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Are Volkswagens for the “think different” crowd, or just a German version of Ford/Toyota? The truth is a bit more complicated. Here’s a closer look at VeeDub.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Most people who choose an SUV — even a compact one — are looking for plenty of space. The Ford Escape meets this need, with more cargo and passenger space than most other SUVs in the class.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The arrival of the fourth generation 2015 C-Class was a game changer, as the compact car looked, drove and felt much more premium than it ever had before.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Originally just a fancy version of the Camry in the ’90s, the Lexus ES evolved into its own luxury car early in the new millennium. The modern ES still shares some parts with the larger Toyota Avalon, but the mid-size Lexus benefits from the largest top trim Toyota.
Reading Time: 3 minutes You may be surprised that a vehicle as affordable as the Rio is also one of the most reliable. JD Power says the Rio is more reliable than the Honda Fit, plus there’s that massive 10-year/100,000-mile transferable warranty.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Enthusiasts were thrilled when Dodge announced the return of the Challenger a little over a decade ago. The third-generation muscle car is still going strong, wearing a 1970s inspired look reinterpreted for the modern age.