New Car Reviews
All of my first drives of the modern era in one place.
Antonio Gramsci quote in a BMW review, for we live in terrifying times, and the M4 CSL is a terrifying car.
...and a stylistically in-your-face EV with attitude to spare.
BMW's flagship EV broken down as a feat of technological prowess...
Honda's CR-V is, as always, Just Damn Good.
A factory-built racecar is sometimes all that's needed to find the fear of God.
The Integra is back, baby - and it's still got it.
The Sportage is a fantastic hybrid crosover. It's also a much-less-fantastic ICE crossover.
A car for which no superlatives have been spilled, but no damnation is justified.
Oh, two laps at Daytona in Acura's 21st century magnum opus? Don't mind if I do.
The EV6 is so good it's become my EV-recommendation go-to.
Move over, Range Rover - Lexus is about to out-wheel and out-luxury your Autobiography.
A fun, chunky little off-road-oriented crossover that has just one too many compromises to be truly excellent.
Aston's first SUV is, impossibly, just as memorable, stylish, and fun as its sports cars.
The WRX has grown up, put on a tie, had kids, and forgotten what fun is.
Honda's 12th-generation Civic Si is my favorite damn first drive ever and it's not close. It's so good. It's so good.
The MK8 GTI made me nostalgic for the MK7 GTI.
The final hurrah of the MK7 platform comes with four doors, a trunk, and a ton of fun.
A $250K prerunner Silverado that still can't outperform a Raptor. I don't get it either.
The best new car of the decade; not close.
Fun fact: I have never gotten more hate mail than I did for this story.
My first-ever first-drive. The SUV was fine, I guess.
Americans are absolute idiots for not buying this thing, and we deserve what we get (crossovers).
I live out of a Ridgeline for a week to prove a fucking point - it's enough truck for any of you people.
Oh my God it's Jason's Changli.
As a MKIII devotee, I drive a MKV and find myself sorely disappointed at how far Toyota's lost the plot.