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  • 2012 Ford Explorer

    2012 Ford Explorer
    By Jim MacPherson Last year’s complete redesign – redefinition might be more accurate – of the Ford Explorer was a great success. Sales rose 125 percent. To accomplish this, Ford transformed the Explorer, taking it from a truck-based...
  • 2012 Infiniti FX50S

    2012 Infiniti FX50S
    Typical sport utility vehicles tend to be long on utility and short on sport. For buyers who find that disappointing, encountering the Infiniti FX should be a pleasant experience. This premium, luxury SUV turns the traditional formula for such vehicles...
  • Lotus Evora S

    Lotus Evora S
      Lotus became famous more than 50 years ago for designing light and agile racing and sports cars. They were driver's cars of the fist order. Lotus still builds driver’s cars with great performance and handling. The Evora, introduced last year,...
  • Mini Countryman

    Mini Countryman
    By Jim MacPherson There are many ways to look upon the new-for-2011 Mini Countryman. You could consider it the first four door-Mini to be offered on these shores, the first Mini with optional all-wheel drive, or the first Mini that holds adults in the...
  • Hyundai Equus

    Hyundai  Equus
    By Jim MacPherson The luxury sedan club is mostly occupied by cars from Europe. Newcomers such as the Hyundai Equus won’t be welcomed with open arms. Not every buyer of a luxury car is ready to drive a Hyundai. After spending a week driving the...
  • Double or nothing!

    Double or nothing!
    Automakers will have to double their fleet-wide average fuel economy by 2025 if proposed federal rules take effect. Here’s how they’ll do it. By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features The White House and major automakers recently signed off on a plan...
  • Chrysler 200 Convertible

    Chrysler 200  Convertible
    The 2007 redesign of the Chrysler Sebring produced mixed results, and the car was far from compelling. If you drove one, it was probably a rental. But Chrysler overhauled the Sebring for 2011, renaming it the Chrysler 200. Wherever you look, the...
  • Infiniti M56

    Infiniti M56
    By Jim MacPherson Premium luxury sedan buyers often overlook the Infiniti M sedans.  Based on the week I spent with the 2012 Infiniti M56, that’s a mistake. This luxury sedan is one of the best available. Last year, Infiniti gave its M sedans a...
  • Honda Civic

    Honda Civic
    For those keeping count, the all-new 2012 Honda Civic is the ninth generation of Civics to grace America’s roads. The car has been a top seller in its class since being introduced in 1973 and was often the benchmark competitors used to chart their...
  • 2013 Lexus GS 350

    2013 Lexus GS 350
     By Jim MacPherson By nearly any measure, Lexus has been phenomenally successful. The brand is synonymous with luxury, comfort and dependability. It’s not, however, thought of being overly sporty, or ranking high on the fun-to-drive scale. The now-...
  • How Gas Could Hit $6 a Gallon

    Fuel prices are ramping up faster than their usual summer gains, and there's a 20 percent chance that prices could spike to nearly $6 a gallon, industry research firm IHS says. "Only three percent of consumer budgets go to gasoline. That’s tiny,"...