Mark's Recent Reviews
Can a mid-cycle refresh and extended wheelbase model make Infiniti’s mid-size sedan a worthwhile alternative to German luxury?
The performance-oriented Buick Regal GS gains all-wheel drive capability and loses a little bit of power. It’s a great car, but should you buy it?
Mercedes’ finest luxury sedan rubs us the right way… For a price.
Can Kia concoct a premium sedan worth keeping around?
With the CLA Mercedes-Benz launched an entirely new category in the luxury segment. Now AMG has taken this revolutionary product and added plenty of performance and style.
Underneath, MINI’s new Roadster model shares an awful lot with the Cooper Convertible with two fewer seats and a lot more style.
Axed from the U.S. market several years ago due to low sales, we drive the second-generation Kia Rondo to see if big changes warrant a comeback.
With a slew of new large crossovers hitting the market, is a light refresh too subtle to keep Chevy’s Traverse in the game?
With BMW’s Gran Turismo version of the 5 Series a genuine dud, should we expect the same from a GT-ified 3 Series?
It might not look all-new, but drive the 2014 Forester and you’ll soon realize just how improved it is.
Lighter, faster and more powerful, the 2013 SL is a better performance machine, but is perhaps best enjoyed slowly.
Contrary to what most German cars are doing these days, the SLK55 sticks with the musclecar philosophy, passing up forced induction for a big displacement V8.