Roadshow Reviews (HD)
Summary: Hop in the passenger seat and ride along with Roadshow editors as we put each car through its paces, analyzing the tech, the performance and the design to see whether it’s worth your hard-earned money.
Nissan simplifies and smartens up its dashboard tech with the newest Altima, but we've got some tips to make it even easier to use on the road.
The Altima steps up from also-ran to strong competitor in the ever-shrinking sedan space thanks to a unconventional new engine tech and smarter safety features.
With its award-winning infotainment, the tech in Audi's flagship SUV is impressive.
Audi's first crossover "coupe" impresses in a dubious segment.
A midcycle refresh brings updated styling and tech to Nissan’s four-door sports car.
As if you wanted more information beyond 797 horsepower.
The plug-in hybrid GLC350e is packed with new tech, but the dashboard is still home to Benz's older COMAND infotainment.
Your mileage may vary quite a bit when dealing with any plug-in hybrid, but the 2019 GLC350e EQ Power also has to contend with a host of other compromises.
A new look, both inside and out, keeps the Hyundai Elantra fresh in the face of several new rival compact sedans.
An easy-to-use touchscreen infotainment system and a long list of active safety features make the Elantra a solid pick for tech-savvy buyers.
We're fans of Subaru's functional and flexible Crosstrek. However, this new plug-in hybrid variant sacrifices much of what we loved in the pursuit of a few more miles per gallon.
Like the vehicle that hosts it, Subaru's Starlink infotainment system is simply designed and loaded with useful features. We take a closer look.
BMW's plug-in-hybrid luxury sedan gets a more powerful motor, a larger battery and a new engine to make ecoconscious driving simpler and easier.
Ford stuffs tons of tech into its newest midsize truck.
The Ranger does it all and does it well.