New for 2017, the Land Rover Discovery is the rugged British brand’s full-size replacement for the recently retired LR4 sport utility vehicle. It’s also one of the few cars on the market that manages to feel luxurious whether driving up a sand dune or pulling up to the valet at a Beverly Hills hotel, turning heads in equal measure. [Read more…] about What the experts say about the 2017 Land Rover Discovery
Travelers planning road trips in the U.S. this summer may want to rethink their route now that Crossing.us, a new search engine launched in time for the travel season, finds novelty intersections across America. [Read more…] about A New Search Engine Finds Quirky Intersections Across The U.S.
Buyers torn between the practicality of a sedan or SUV and the allure of a convertible no longer need to sacrifice. The latest convertible from Mercedes-Benz, the 2018 E-Class Cabriolet, has enough bells and whistles to cruise year-round. [Read more…] about Mercedes-Benz Debuts The 2018 E-Class Cabriolet, A Convertible For All Seasons
When Jaguar launched its performance-oriented F-Type coupe five years ago, the British brand showed that an upper crust pedigree needn’t preclude a track-inspired sports car. Jaguar’s first sports car since retiring the storied E-Type (the one that Enzo Ferrari called “the most beautiful car ever made”) decades earlier, the F-Type marked Jaguar’s return to the luxury performance segment and proved that it could play against rival models from Porsche and Mercedes-Benz. [Read more…] about What the experts say about the 2017 Jaguar F-Type
Sales of trucks, SUVs, and crossovers continue to bolster U.S. auto sales, which have tapered for the first half of the year. [Read more…] about U.S. Auto Sales Continue to Fall, Slipping 2 Percent For The Year
The arrival of the all-new Chevrolet Bolt heralds the age of practical electric vehicles designed for the mass market. With 238 miles of electric range―more than twice as far than any segment rivals―the Bolt has enough juice to handle a week’s worth of commuting before its battery needs to be charged. Starting at $36,620, the car is affordable for most consumers and General Motors’ answer to Tesla’s forthcoming $35,000 Model 3, which will travel 215 miles on a charge. [Read more…] about What the experts say about the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt