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.
Adding a convertible top to the 4 Series somewhat softens the performance, but the open-air driving experience is relaxed and sporty.
While it may not have the best driving dynamics, there's still plenty to like about this sleek seven-seater.
The seven-seater has got it going on in terms of driver's aids, but the InTouch system is a different story.
Caddy's flagship sedan debuts the first "hands-off" highway autopilot system in the US. We go for a Super Cruise to see how it works.
The 2018 Cadillac CT6 is a high-tech sedan, but does its dashboard tech stack up? We take a deep dive into the Cue infotainment suite.
Caddy's biggest and plushest Escalade is a smooth, comfortable and expensive operator.
Much has changed for ultracompact Smart, including a switch to an all-electric lineup for 2018.
Would you prefer to "subscribe" to a car rather than own it?
The little coupe is a blast in the twisties, but we'd love a manual transmission option.
A 12.3-inch customizable gauge cluster puts all the infotainment right in front of the driver.
We took a spin with the founder of the company behind the wheel, but the real driver was miles away.
The software and hardware powering the Mini Countryman's dashboard are quite good, but awkward ergonomics keep us from loving it.
The compact SUV grows for the 2018 model year, making room for a more efficient plug-in hybrid system.
Honda's crossover that acts like a truck has enough tech to satisfy.
It may be a crossover disguised as a truck, but it should satisfy most folks.