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.
The upcoming model gets the hot-weather treatment in one of the most scorching places on earth.
The wildly styled Lexus coupe gets some visual tweaks and chassis refinements for 2019.
The RS5 might still rock the old MMI system, but old doesn’t necessarily equate to bad.
Audi's latest hi-po hatchback is almost too good for its own good.
VW’s new range-topper is an attractive, comfortable and tech-filled operator.
A configurable gauge cluster and Discover Media infotainment tech-out VW’s new flagship.
The CR-V’s infotainment interface is intuitive and feature-rich, but the lack of a Wi-Fi hotspot is a bummer.
Style, comfort and practicality keep Honda’s compact crossover at the top of the heap.
AMG's first dedicated four-door model isn't just a CLS clone. It's so much more.
It's still rocking the old COMAND system, but that doesn't mean it lacks capability.
A new Wi-Fi hotspot keeps those Netflix shows streaming, even when you're far from home.
The all-new X5 is better than ever, with a smartly designed cabin and new technology. And while nearly every aspect has been improved, the X5 doesn't polish out those details we loved the most.
Perennial favorite Sync 3 is still here, but now it's displayed on a big ol' screen.
The GTI has always stood for attainable performance, and guess what? Nothing's changed.
The Mercedes EQ Boost mild-hybrid system amps up the torque and horsepower a bit, making this AMG a blast to drive.