On this live episode of TFLnow, Roman and Nathan name the world's most off-road worthy make. That is, which company's lineup inspires the most confidence when you talk about leaving asphalt behind. The duo aren't picking the best vehicle here. No, they're picking the no. 1 brand.
Here's how they do
The Dodge Demon is the most powerful American production cars you can buy. It produces a heart-stopping 840 HP. The thing goes like a bat out of... where the car gets its namesake. This much is well-known. What's not so well established is what happens when two of them
TFL host Nick Miles comes to you from Germany where he had a chance to drive the 2018 Mercedes S-Class. The S-Class has always been on the forefront of technology. In many cases, the technology seen on the S-Class goes on to shape the rest of the automotive industry. So, Nick decided
With premium crossovers now all the rage, the market for large luxury sedans is a fraction of what it used to be. From a design standpoint, it’s really quite tragic, as the elegant land yachts of yore are replaced by one bland looking tall wagon after another. Luckily, someone must
How much does a 1969 Chevy COPO Camaro worth? How about this immaculate example (1 of 69)? It has an all aluminum 427 cu-in under hood. It's spotless, and it will be crossing the auction block at Mecum Auction tomorrow (July 22nd, 2017). Will it sell for nearly $500,000? We
The Jeep diehards at the JLWrangler Forum were kind enough to forward these photos of a 2019 Jeep Wrangler Diesel Prototype caught in the wild. The wild and fat tailpipe was a tip off that something different was going on with this test vehicle. Then the guy crawled underneath the
The Volkswagen Tiguan was the German automaker’s first compact SUV (actually considered in most circles as a CUV or Crossover Utility Vehicle), which first appeared as a 2009 model. The initial impression of the Tiguan was that it represented a combination of VW’s GTI or Jetta GLI and their larger
Say It Ain't So!
Around this time every year auto manufacturers announce which cars will cease production and go off onto the scrap heap of history, kinda like TFL's beloved Pontiac Aztek crossover. However, these manufacturers don't always make it clear why they are going to stop making said vehicles, although the
Not slow, Not as fast, but still bad**s
That's the quick takeaway of TFL's review of the all-new Hellcat Widebody after a day spent driving through a torrential downpour in Indiana as a guest of FCA. While the weather was damp and cool, the Hellcat is undeniable hot.
Coming to dealerships this
We are very lucky to have viewers that send us spy photos of prototype vehicles all the time. However, we are not always 100% certain what vehicle is in the pictures. Such is the case today. We received this image from TFL viewer James Qualls who spotted this crossover testing
The Toyota Camry sedan for 2018 is all-new, and finally raises the bar from “Ho-Hum” to “Wow” with its emotionally charged design and improved driving dynamics. For the past 15 years, the Camry has been the best selling car in America. It’s assembled in America, by Americans, and is designed
It used to be that many Volvos you saw were boxy station wagons, so no wonder Volvo is proud of the fact that it’s still heavily associated with station wagons such as its 2017 V90 Cross Country T6 AWD.
Most automakers shun the words “station wagon” because they feel such a
I finally get to tell you (and show you in our video below) how the 2018 Hyundai Sonata Turbo drives. Hyundai recently invited TFLcar to drive the 2018 Hyundai Sonata in San Diego, California. Driving the 2018 Hyundai Elantra Turbo was a selfish thing to do. Yep, rather than test
Is it true that the Honda Accord Coupe dies?
Did TFLtruck sell out to be in a Chevy commercial?
Should Nissan bring Datsun back to the USA?
This first question comes from a viewer who wants to know if Honda just killed the Honda Accord Coupe.
Yep - they did.
As many of you probably know, Colorado is a prime location for auto manufacturers to test their new vehicles. As it so happens, we are located in Colorado. As such, we are fortunate to see many of these prototype vehicles first-hand. However, we don't always have time to be up
The all-new 2017 Nissan Armada was introduced last summer. TFLtruck and car reviewed it at the press launch in California, here in Colorado on our famous Gold Mine Hill off-road challenge, and even at our high altitude 0-60 mph test facility. But this is the first time we gave it a