The EV Outlook Isn't as Bright as Automakers Thought It Would Be... We Told You So

Infrastructure isn't the only problem

Well, the huge plans automakers have made to turn their lineups into EVs are about to change because the forecast isn't once what it was

Here are the 5 Best Vehicles We've Driven in 2023 That You Can Buy For Under $40,000

Looks, comfort, safety, tech, and reliability equal value

The average price of a new vehicle in America right now is just under $50,000. Some of the best vehicles we've driven this year are much less. Here are the 5 best vehicles for under $40k.

EVs Will Soon Be Everywhere. Should America Have Chosen Hydrogen Vehicles Instead?

The merits of hydrogen are myriad

But a decade ago, there were two alternative fuels warring over who would be up-and-coming, and the other one was hydrogen. Today, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) have been painfully overshadowed.

Car Companies from Alfa Romeo to Volvo Make Infotainment Touchscreens Control Everything in Your Vehicle, Making Driving More Distracting and Dangerous

When more technology is bad

Car touchscreens are an ever-growing reality when it comes to infotainment and operating the essential functions in your vehicle, but as the technology advances, so does its ability to distract driver

Review: The 2022 Volvo V90 Cross Country is the Best Station Wagon on Planet Earth

It's the vehicle we want for our own family

The good news is that Volvo is still committed to building its stilted sibling, the V90 Cross Country in a market that doesn't care about station wagons unless it's the Subaru Outback.

Review: The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland 4x4 Evolves in a Bigger and More Refined Direction

Going upscale in both sophistication and size

We got to drive the new three-row version of the new Jeep Grand Cherokee in the near-top Overland trim.

The 2021 Web2Carz Vehicles of The Year

The best of the best

We thoroughly enjoyed our seat time and were amazed by how much vehicles have advanced in the past year. Here are the winners in the three important segments: Car, SUV,  and Truck. 

Why the Genesis GV70 AWD 3.5T is the SUV That Will Change the Brand Forever

No longer an also ran, Genesis is batting a thousand

The brand new 2022 Genesis GV70 is a marvel of a sport-luxury SUV. We just got finished driving it, and it blew our minds how good it is.

The 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 1st Edition is a Mixed Bag of an EV

Too much in some areas, not enough in others

We got to drive the ID.4 1st Edition for a week to experience this fresh, new electric vehicle. Here are our impressions.

If I See Another Land Rover Defender Without Any Dirt on It, I'm Going to Lose It

The one vehicle that was intended to be grimy

What makes me even more upset are the numerous new Defenders I see driving around my office and home without even a speck of dirt on them.

Will the Redesigned 2022 Nissan Pathfinder Bring Customers Back?

The current generation was not exactly a hit

The fifth-generation 2022 Nissan Pathfinder is a ground-up redesign, and thank goodness because the current one needed a big change. From what we can tell, the brand did some serious introspection.

Every Minivan Model Should Have Available All-Wheel Drive

This big selling point should be a priority

There's one big BUT out there for the minivan, and it's a significant one. Two out of the five contenders in the segment don't have all-wheel drive, and that's not good.

Will The Traditional Muscle Car Be Dead in a Decade?

Which models will die, and which ones will evolve?

It's just too bad that muscle cars also unicorns in terms of sales, the point where the end of the segment seems to be in sight, at least in terms of what defines a true muscle car.

4 Reasons Why You Should Choose the Volkswagen ID.4 Over the Tesla Model Y

The ID.4 should prove to be a legitimate contender

VW's ID.4 is its first model based on the modular electric MEB platform. Does it have what it takes to be better than the Tesla Model Y? We think so. Here are 4 reasons why.

We Took a Road Trip Over 2,000 Miles in the 2021 Mazda CX-9 Signature and Came Out Smiling

Who says size is the only thing that matters?

We were a bit worried since our press vehicle was a 2021 Mazda CX-9 Signature, but our concerns were not with drivability, build-quality, or technology.