The 2017 Kia Niro is a hybrid like no other. Unlike the Toyota Prius the 2017 Kia Niro does not screen hybrid. Instead, it looks like a small crossover. It also drives like a small crossover car.
Kia realized that some hybrid car buyers might be put-off by the traditional "look
People who bought boxy, bland Volvo sedans a few decades ago might not understand the 2017 Volvo S60 T5 AWD Dynamic sedan. It's just too handsome, fast and upscale.
The new Volvo S60 sedan is part of the automaker's plan to move upscale. It may seem odd to those with long
Toyota's youth-oriented Scion division was closed last year, but the move fortunately added the then-new compact Scion iM hatchback to the compact Corolla line.
History is sort of repeating itself here because the 2016 Scion iM was essentially an American version of the European market Toyota Auris. That's a good thing
Nathan argues that the Ford Escape led its class when Ford introduced this latest version back in 2012. However, now that we are five years into this car's life, the competition has had some time to adjust. Now the Ford is only the fourth best selling car in its class.
The 2017 Kia Niro is the Korean company's volley right at the Toyota Prius. However, it goes about its high-efficiency goal in a much different way.
First off, the Niro looks like any other small crossover. Sure, it's only front-wheel drive, but the upright, tall-wagon styling puts it right in the
The name of the 2017 Volvo XC60 T6 AWD model seemingly has enough letters in its name to start a new alphabet.
But never mind. The "Inscription" (as the car's pricing label calls it) version of the $46,350 four-door hatchback XC60 T6 is roomy. It's available with all-wheel-drive (AWD) and has
The Toyota Camry surprised me again.
The first time I drove a Camry, I had very low expectations. But it not only exceeded them, it blew them away. Now the 2017 Toyota Camry XLE hybrid I've been driving for the past week has done it again.
My first Camry was a 2016 SE
What is a car review?
That might sound like a simple question, but based on what people call "reviews" on YouTube and on the Internet, it's something that needs a proper answer.
In this first episode of Ask Roman, TFL's Roman Mica answers that question and explains why what we do here