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.
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What are some of the best vehicles the Roadshow crew reviewed this year? Here are Craig Cole's top picks.
I've driven a lot of cars this year, but these five stand out -- for the better.
From a high-flying pickup to an unlikely underdog, these are Roadshow editor Antuan Goodwin's five favorite cars and trucks of 2020.
Technologies such as adaptive cruise control, lane centering and automatic emergency braking can save lives, but only if the driver is paying attention.
Even though today's cars and trucks are built like rolling fortresses, they can still crash, because human error causes the overwhelming majority of wrecks.
The fourth generation of the three-row crossover gets more technology and seriously good looks.
The Bronco Sport proves to be the best diminutive, dirt-worthy crossover.
Subaru's two-door BRZ gets a few small improvements, but happily, it's the same lightweight, rear-wheel-drive sport coupe it's always been.
This fresh-faced luxury utility vehicle offers a premium interior and loads of style, thanks to its sloping roofline and attractive proportions.
With more than 38 inches of diagonal screen area, this luxury SUV offers loads of neat features, including something called augmented-reality navigation.
I recently reviewed the Vanmoof S3 e-bike and ended up riding it every day. I put in some serious miles. It got me thinking: Can a cargo e-bike like this Yuba Mundo do the job of my car?
The refreshed Accord Hybrid definitely leans toward comfort, but there's still some driver-forward characteristics hidden away.
We dig into the dirty worthiness of GMC's first all-electric pickup truck.
It's a unique combination of supertruck and household name. This should be interesting.
From Day 1, the Escalade has basically been a Chevy Tahoe in a fancy suit, but the latest model finally feels like something special.