The large family car Volkswagen Passat has been voted car of the year by European automotive editors at the Geneva International Motor Show.
Consumer Reports released its annual list of top auto brands and individual vehicles. The top picks in each of ten categories must score well in a road test and perform well in government and insurance industry crash tests.
For 2015, Volkswagen's best-selling vehicle, the Jetta compact sedan, builds on its fine road handling character and adds a nicer interior, freshened front and rear styling, new safety features and a more fuel thrifty diesel engine.
Despite its name, there's nothing too rogue about Nissan's compact Rogue sport utility vehicle. In fact, the five-door, 2015 Rogue is an easy runabout, with good people- and cargo-hauling capability and a not-too-big and not-too-small overall size.
With new, more powerful turbo engines, the 2015.5 Volvo S60 is a distinctive, European premium sedan that's nimble, quick and has a surprisingly comfortable driver seat for 6-footers.
In a year where attention is focused on big, full-size pickup trucks, the revamped-for-2015 Chevrolet Colorado arrives as a fine, mid-size pickup that's arguably the first major redesign in the smaller truck segment in a decade.
There is no car so loved as the Ford Mustang. And for 2015, just as the perennial pony car celebrated its 50th birthday, it has been redesigned and reengineered into the best damn pony car in history.
Just like your nephew that dresses up as Thor and believes it, this Napoleonic runabout thinks it's a freakin' GT-R, and I'm not about to tell it it's not.
Americans are ready to let their tops down and feel the wind blow through their hair.
Over the last two years, all three of the nation's best-selling full-size pickups - the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado and Ram 1500 - have gotten big redesigns. Now it's the Nissan Titan's turn.