The Business of Busyness
Nissan's third generation Murano bowed at the New York Auto Show this spring. The reason you didn't see it in our Ten Best list from the show is because I hate it the way my architect wife hates attached garages and vinyl siding. Car design is trending toward overbearing, thanks in no small part to the tastes of drivers. But there's still hope out there.
New York 2014: 10 Cars That Matter
Sandwiched between the Geneva Motor Show and the Beijing Auto Show, the New York International Auto Show usually misses out on the biggest reveals of the year, but it still has plenty to offer. This year's show had its fair share of new designs and vehicles along with loads of improved sheetmetal. We've chosen ten standouts from our time on the ground that we'll be looking to drive in 2015.
Aces of Asia: 10 Best Japanese Cars
Japanese cars have long been the epitome of reliability and trustworthiness, but they haven't always been beautiful to look at. Things have changed with the current generation of Japanese cars, which boast great design and more personality than ever, along with driving dynamics that can rival (and even best) the Germans in some cases. Their bombproof reliability hasn't been altered through the generations, either. Here are the ten best rising cars from the land of the rising sun.
Want This, Get This: Porsche Cayman S or Scion FR-S
It's practically every boy's dream to own a sports car. Good news: it's a lie that you have to either win the lottery or inherit a family fortune to afford one. Both machines here couldn't be more different with regard to country of origin, styling and amenities -- and they're separated by 125 horsepower and over $35,000. What they both deliver, as we're about to show you, is true driving pleasure. But which one's for you?