2018 Honda Accord Hybrid

2018 Honda Accord Hybrid Will Cost Thousands Less

Following up on official fuel economy numbers, Honda has announced when the 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid midsize sedan goes on sale, and how much it will cost. It goes on sale on March 23, and it could cost you far less than the outgoing model, since Honda says the base model starts at a whopping […]

VW GTI 2018

The VW Up! Gti Is The Real Replacement For The Original Golf Gti

The modern Golf GTI is fantastic to drive, but it’s grown considerably over the years. Gone is the pure, lightweight chassis and simplistic setup of the very first GTIs. But don’t worry, Volkswagen still makes a car remarkably similar to the Mk1 and Mk2 cars: The Up! GTI. The Up! is Volkswagen’s smallest car, and […]

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Drivers’ Notes Review

The answer is C). And also D), a Nissan subcompact crossover. For Americans, however, it was rebranded as the 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport because, well, that apparently was just easier for us. Do you think a tribe in Iran wonders why a car was named after it? They should ask the Touareg. The Qashqai has […]

The 2019 GMC Sierra

The 2019 GMC Sierra Has a Carbon-Fiber Box and a Wacky Two-Piece Tailgate

Last year, we learned that GM would start using carbon fiber in its pickup trucks, but when the new Silverado debuted earlier this year, there was none in sight. Apparently the General was saving the exotic material for GMC, specifically the new 2019 Sierra 1500. It debuts today with an optional carbon-fiber box, plus one […]

2018 Volvo V60

2018 Volvo V60 Polestar Drivers’ Notes Review

Just in time for the reveal of the new 2019 Volvo V60, the outgoing 2018 Volvo V60 Polestar arrived at Autoblog HQ. We drove the refreshed model last year. While we were impressed, compared to the competition, the car was expensive and dated. Still, the limited-production model was never going to be a runaway success […]

CX 75

Here’s Your First Look at Lister’s Upcoming Hypercar

Back in the mid-1990s, British racing firm Lister designed a car called the Storm, a 7.0-liter V12-powered homologated race car, of which only four were produced. The Storm had some success in racing, but the road car has long since faded into the history books. Now, it’s back. Lister Cars owner Lawrence Whittaker revealed yesterday […]

What you should know about Formula E

What you should know about Formula E

As our production cars make the slow change to green power, it’s only right that our race cars do too. It’s more necessary for them as they’re clearly more polluting than our little 1000CC city cars! Does this mean racing will be less fun and engaging? The idea of a silent race is very odd, […]

Hummer H1

The Most Versatile Cars

When it comes to picking a car, we’d all love to go for a ludicrously fast supercar to cruise about in, unfortunately this can’t happen. Other commitments mean we must comprise and select a car more suited to a varied lifestyle that includes long cruises, tight city centre driving and the occasional bit of off-roading. […]

Vauxhall Insignia

Best Company Cars

What actually makes a good company car? That’s a question asked by numerous business people all around the UK and for those managing fleets, ensuring you get the best deals while displaying the right image should be amongst the top goals for your company – no matter how big or small. So, we’re here to […]

2018 Honda Accord

Hondata Tune Gives 2018 Accord More Torque Than Civic Type R

Though much ink and electricity has been spent lamenting, with good reason, the slow death of Honda’s naturally aspirated engines, there are benefits to the rise of the company’s turbo engines. For one thing, the dearth of torque people have complained about with Honda engines is gone. For another, it’s proving to be quite easy […]