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.
Lexus’ smallest SUV is a looker, but an anemic drivetrain and clunky infotainment interface are real downers.
This Jeep tears up the pavement with 707 horsepower.
We like Jeep's infotainment system for its robust features, including Performance Pages for the lean and mean Trackhawk.
It may not be destined for US shores, but there's plenty to love about Europe's Frontier.
If you intend on doing honest-to-goodness truck stuff, the Tacoma rocks. But if you don't, do yourself and your family a favor and look elsewhere.
For a midsize truck, the Tacoma packs a decent amount of tech. Let's check it out!
Made for the Chinese market, this three-row SUV has some off-road moxie.
The latest version of the CUE infotainment system adds a secondary control knob to improve usability. With features like a Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the Cadillac XT4's infotainment system is impressive.
Cadillac's smallest crossover is high on style and tech features. It's not quite as practical as the larger XT5, nor as fun to drive as the competition, but there's still plenty to like about the 2019 XT4.
The CLS is a handsome and luxurious ride made more intriguing by the first application of Mercedes-Benz's 48-volt mild hybrid tech.
A lifted suspension, locking differential and beefy mud-terrain tires allow the Sierra AT4 to handle off-road challenges with ease. It easily powers through mud, over obstacles and up steep grades without breaking a sweat.
We put the new Ford Ranger through its paces in San Diego.
Turbocharged power, all-wheel-drive grip and upgrades like Recaro seats continue to make the WRX a joy for enthusiasts.
Chevy's far-roaming EV hasn't changed much for 2019, but we've gotten to know it much better. Here are five more things you should know.
With more power, more grip, quicker acceleration and faster lap times, the M2 Competition proves to be an even better BMW M car.