Roadshow Reviews (SD)
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.
Sporty, loud, and very red, the 2012 Audi TT RS is Audi's popular racer, but CNET's Wayne Cunningham feels that it might need a tech refresh.
The all-new Altima sharpens it's look and it's tech.
Subaru rolls out an all-new model, the 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek, that combines the same reliable Subaru styling with some not-so-reliable tech options.
The new Boxster is unmistakably edgier and eager to be taken seriously as a "real" Porsche.
Ford's hottest Focus is all new and all good.
The Chevy Malibu just might be GM's answer to the Camry, Accord, and Fusion.a
When Audi takes a wagon and puts a lift kit in it, it becomes an allroad.
The fresh-faced Ford Escape leaves its stolid old self behind.
Cadillac's all new XTS
Sure the 2013 Audi S5 is sporty and perhaps a little pricey to boot, but CNET's Brian Cooley also shows you that it has the tech chops to please.
Hyundai's Sonata in 2.0T turbo trim is its most powerful weapon against the Accord, the Camry, and the Fusion.
The Fit remains staunchly simple and largely unchanged -- putting it on thin ice in competitive times.
BMW's M5 is back with two turbos, two fewer cylinders, and the best-looking iDrive yet.
A high-performance ride with some nifty track car elements all wrapped up in a questionable trim style that also gets decent gas mileage.
Two German luxury cars, two impressive power trains, two technology stories, but only one can take the top spot. Which one will it be?