BMW's largest SUV is a 523-hp family hauler.
Wading through the range of options for our long-term Porsche SUV was fraught with compromise.
Fitted with winter tires, our half-ton Ram shrugs off Michigan's icy slop with refined poise.
After 30,000 miles, the three-row Ascent is proving to be capable and reliable, albeit thirsty.
For the colder months, our Type R gains a set of BBS wheels and Bridgestone Blizzak winter tires.
Our only real complaint about the Telluride is a dearth of things to complain about.
We saw significant acceleration improvements in every one of our tests.
Due to a low-speed deer strike, it was out of commission for almost a month while waiting for parts.
A short in the inverter had caused the fuse to blow to protect the battery, leaving us stranded on Christmas Day.
That's a first for any of our long-term cars—as is being alerted by an app notification. Update: We've heard from the service center.
VW's big mid-size SUV is adept at hauling our stuff around, but no one is particularly enamored with it.
We're embarking on a 40,000-mile long-term test of this uniquely deviant electric vehicle.
BMW's decadent turbo-six sparks glowing first impressions of our tenth long-term 3-series sports sedan.
This hybrid continues to grow on us as it travels the country with nary a problem that wasn't our own doing.
It drives like a working man's Panamera, the price is friendly, and the rest is details.