This well-styled vehicle has nice lines and a very comfortable interior. The price can range from the base model at $28,950 to the Titanium model at $44,690.
Driving in Italy is everything you've heard - drivers don't signals, traffic stops and starts without warning, and it's every driver for himself. But Nice and the Riviera are no holiday for American drivers either.
The handsome new XC60 is quick, agile, comfortable, and comes in three trim levels, ranging from the base Momentum model to the top-of-the-line Inscription.
The Japanese automaker has kept this little crossover away from the U.S. all these years. Now a redesign inspires them to share it with the Americans, albeit with an easier-on-the-eyes name.
This speedster can go from 0 to 60 in four seconds flat while taking turns like a true sports car.
And what better way to enjoy a European vacation test exotic cars and report back to the States? Alas, exotic European cars were not to be had; a Fiat Tipo station wagon was the closest we could come.
The model starts at $34,900 with a 2-liter turbo rear-drive, but can go up to a supercharged, 340-horse V-6 that does 0 to 60 in under five seconds for $51,700.
Most American travelers recoil from the idea of driving through Europe. Although the cost of fuel and tolls can be prohibitive, it's not as difficult as it seems. Here are some lessons learned along the way.
A luxurious, albeit small, interior compliments the good-looking crossover exterior.
2017 Lexus NX200t AWD: Everything I ever thought a Lexus would be.
Price: $49,324 as tested. $36,485 for a base model. Bigger option packages are noted...
The 2017 Escape is not a dramatic escape from its predecessor, but it is fun to drive, thanks to an exceptional serving of athleticism.
Heated seats are now common enough that most people have encountered them, but cooled seats still surprise people who don’t drive new cars almost every week.
2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Sport Touring: Better than the sedan?
Price: $29,175 as tested (no options on test vehicle). A base hatchback can be had...
The Golf hatch starts at $18,895 for the base model with a manual gearbox. That’s a bit pricier than most of its competition, but a lot cheaper than the top-of-the-line SEL model I tested.
2018 Toyota C-HR XLE: A little late to the baby crossover party.
Price: $24,060 (including $600 for two-tone Radiant Green paint).