In 2013, BMW released the first iteration of the 3-Series Gran Turismo. Crossovers are on fire in the US, so it should come as no surprise that automakers are tapping into this formula with many of their cars. This crossover-esque, slightly larger brother to the normal 3-Series offered customers a
In this week's Ask Nathan:
EcoBoost Mustang vs snow?
BMW x5 50i V8 towing
Used BMW vs used Mercedes-Benz!
This first question comes from a fan who's thinking about buying a Ford Mustang EcoBoost as a commuter in a snowy community.
I am a college student planning on buying a used
What vehicles are fast, can carry the family and still exude fun and excitement?
TFL’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen came up with the answer with their top 10 badass family haulers. All the vehicles that made the list were only ones driven by Roman and Nathan.
Starting the list off is
Some foreign vehicles may not be as foreign as you think, and some may even have a southern flair to them.
TFLcar’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen recently looked at 10 foreign vehicles, which included cars and trucks, that are made in America with eight out of those 10 being built in
BMW is working hard to expand its 7-series flagship luxury sedan lineup with more variants. Enter the 2017 BMW 740 eDrive plug-in hybrid. This is a luxury sedan offers the added benefit of high efficiency. In this case, it's not all about saving a few bucks at the pump, it's
The 2016 BMW X1 is the latest proof that the crossover segment is red hot and continues to give family sedans a run for their money. Why else would a company known for making the ultimate driving machine raise the center of gravity and add heft while developing a new
A TFLcar source sent in these spy shots of a prototype crossover towing a small trailer with what looks to be a diamond-plate metal box. We believe it to be the 2018 BMW X3.
The new X3 would likely share powertrain options with the current 3-series. Sources say that the new
The J.D. Power initial quality rankings are out again this year, and for the first time a non-premium brand topped the list.
Remember when Hyundai and Kia were synonymous with cheap transportation and so-so quality? Well, they aren't any more, as Kia topped the list with 83 problems per 100 vehicles,