First Drive: Infiniti QX50

Back in 2007 Infiniti launched the EX35, the shrunken version of their popular FX luxury SUV. Thanks to revamped naming conventions at Infiniti, the EX35 has now become the QX50 and it’s getting what Infiniti is calling a “light refresh,” to make it slightly bigger […]

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First Drive: 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE

You may remember the boxy M-Class as one of the first luxury SUVs to hit the market back in 1997. Both auto journalists and consumers alike found themselves a bit confused, with reactions ranging from “That’s not a Mercedes-Benz!” to “Why would anyone want a […]

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First Drive: Mercedes-Benz GLC

American enthusiasts are finally getting one of their deepest desires, and it only took a former engineer for the CERN atomic particle accelerator project to get it done. Sure, the wagon may go under a different name, and ride a little high, but it’s a […]

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First Drive: 2016 Audi Q7

Remember that old boyfriend or girlfriend you had back in college? You know, the one you occasionally stalk on Facebook to gawk at photos and wonder how they still look so young/buff/hot? That’s the new Audi Q7. Fresh off its torture tests in the Namibian […]

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Range Rover Sport SVR First Drive

Want to tackle the Nürburgring? Perhaps traverse the Sahara? Compete in Pikes Peak? Ford a river? Oh, and you want to do that all on the way to drop the kids at school?  There’s only one vehicle on the market that can probably handle all […]

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Jaguar F-Type Manual, First Drive

Save the manuals! Death to automatics! Car enthusiasts and purists alike have mourned the slow and painful death of the manual transmission. Fewer people know how to drive them, even fewer are buying them and carmakers are simply opting out. The same goes for car […]

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Racing for 24 hours at the Green Hell

Racing for 24 hours at the Green Hell

The Nürburgring — the “Green Hell” in Jackie Stewart’s famous phrase — is simultaneously a proving ground, an iconic racetrack, and a death trap. Since the track was completed in the 1920s, more than 65 competitors have died in professional races; many more have done […]

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