40 Years Later, The Honda Accord Is Still Midsize Sedan King

The Honda Accord is one of the most popular cars ever built, with annual sales figures that dwarf entire car companies (not small ones, we might add). Honda’s breadwinner enables to company to build things like the wing-tastic Civic Type R – and sell it for less than...
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Infiniti’s Facelifted QX80 Looks Upscale, Feels Dated

We could try to make artful metaphors to describe the appearance of Infiniti’s current QX80, but nothing we or anyone else could say will take the edge off seeing the bulbous SUV in person. A small percentage of car buyers might find the rig’s appearance inoffensive,...
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Supercross Legend Ricky Carmichael Is The Ultimate Riding Coach

For as long as I can remember, I’ve associated January with a distinctive male voice heard on the radio and television. As my mother drove me to school or during my father’s evening ritual of TV zone-out, a guttural tone — achieved only, I imagine, by speaking with a...
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Land Rover Re-Engineers Off-Roading With Its First Plug-In Hybrid 4×4

Let’s play a quick game of word association. I’ll give you an automotive brand and you fire back the first word that comes to mind. If I say, “Tesla,” for example, you might respond…“electric,” or “EV,” or “disruptor.” How about “Land Rover?” This time, you’re...
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Not Another SUV Review: The 707-HP Jeep Trackhawk

I like to imagine the folks at Street & Racing Technology (SRT) occupy an oversized basement at parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA). There’s no elevator to this basement – only a narrow, dimly lit staircase that descends beyond sight. Follow the cement...
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