In today’s Thursday Throwdown, our matchup consists of luxury midsize cars. These are usually four-door sedans with a starting above ,000. These vehicles are from premium brands that focus on luxurious interior materials, exceptional build quality and refined looks. Read more at Carfax.
In today’s Thursday Throwdown, we are looking at small, affordable sedans. Generally speaking, these are vehicles with a price point under ,000, four doors and an eye toward efficient day-to-day driving. Read more at CARFAX.
In today’s Thursday Throwdown, we’re looking at muscle cars. These are performance cars in the American tradition of focusing on muscular looks and power rather than cornering and sport. The term “muscle car” is loosely defined, so we’re narrowing it by including only models from the Detroit makes that are …
In today’s Thursday Throwdown, we’re looking at compact crossovers in the luxury market. These include vehicles marketed as luxury offerings in the mid- and upper-price range. When they were new vehicles, most had a starting price over ,000. Our top picks are chosen for their driving dynamics, fuel efficiency and …
In today’s Thursday Throwdown, we’re looking at sports cars and convertibles. We’re keeping them affordable (under ,000 base price) and leaving off luxury and premium branded vehicles. Some of these are “2+2” coupes with a small back seat, but many only seat two. Read more at CARFAX.
The Nissan LEAF is not only the best-selling electric car in the United States and globally, but it’s also the only electric vehicle in the U.S. showing positive, sustained sales growth and it’s also the only one selling in quantities sufficient to make it “mainstream.” Read more at TorqueNews.com.
The Ford C-MAX Energi is a surprising little plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV). It features a very well-considered battery management system that allows both driver control and a smart automated management system. Read more on FutureCars.com.