Nuts and Bolts: 2016 Audi Q3 Prestige

Bottom line: The Audi Q3 remains an excellent choice for small middle-income families interested in transportation safety, style and reasonable fuel efficiency. If the $40,000-plus price of the fully equipped Q3 Prestige bothers you, consider the Q3 Premium Plus, or choose front-wheel instead of all-wheel drive. Ride, acceleration and handling: The all-wheel-drive Q3 Prestige gets good marks in all three. Head-turning quotient: It’s...

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Auto Review: Tacoma Equally Adept, on or off Road
Oct04

Auto Review: Tacoma Equally Adept, on or off Road

After three days of city and highway driving, I was ready to dismiss the 2016 Toyota Tacoma pickup as a very nice, very tall sedan. One of those citified trucks. It’s so quiet, cushy and comfortable that it hardly seemed to be a truck at all. The plush seats, lush suspension, refined interior and single-finger steering lulled me into a Barcalounger-like state of relaxation. Floating above traffic, I imagined the best use of this...

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A Crossover That Measures Up
Aug02

A Crossover That Measures Up

The Nissan Rogue has a name that’s the antithesis of its look. There’s nothing rogue about it. And that’s a good thing. Or at least consumers think so. Since the vehicle’s launch in 2007, annual sales have climbed from 73,000 to more than 200,000. That trend has continued, according to the latest numbers, with June sales up 54.3 percent compared to June 2014. Annual sales are up 36.3 percent. So what do drivers find so fetching about...

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Wheels: Performance Hype Aside, Lexus IS 350 F-Sport Is a Good Luxury Value
Jun21

Wheels: Performance Hype Aside, Lexus IS 350 F-Sport Is a Good Luxury Value

Cornwall, N.Y. — There is a lot of hubris in global automotive marketing — lots of bragging about racetrack testing, about a car’s ability to hug curves and accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in six seconds or less. The companies are so earnest and they spend so much money, talent and production time on these messages, you’d think that all of us drive on racetracks, or carefully monitor stopwatches as we move from “stop” to “go,” or...

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