Mike's Recent Reviews
Polestar transforms the V60 wagon into a true performance car.
Subaru makes minor tweaks to the 2015 Impreza to give it more mainstream appeal.
The new Mercedes-Benz flagship doesn’t just raise the bar for its brand, it changes the standard for the entire industry.
Dodge overhauled the Charger for 2015. While the SRT Hellcat is stealing headlines, the more pedestrian SXT AWD is still a compelling package.
Jeep lent us a Wrangler Unlimited and asked us to get it dirty. We obliged.
With the smaller Macan crossover, Porsche continues to evolve into a luxury automaker with a sporty edge.
For 2015 the Mazda3 gains a manual transmission for models with the larger 2.5-liter engine, making a good car even better.
The ever expanding Mercedes-Benz adds a new family member and creates another AMG model.
Inch-for-inch, Hyundai and Honda build mid-size sedans that are almost eerily similar, but that all changes when you get out on the road. Which one would we buy? You’ll have to read to find out.
The Prius hybrid is known for its frugal nature, but a new turbocharged competitor is looking to dethrone the MPG king.
Now in its 50th year on the market, Ford’s Mustang is ready to give customers more of everything.
Mike's Recent News Posts
The next big thing in automotive technology is WiFi hotspots.
It’s that time of year again.
Properly testing a tire can be hard sometimes.
There are huge changes in store for the Jaguar F-Type in 2016 that might change how you feel about the car.
In the grand hierarchy of the Porsche naming structure, GTS signifies the sportiest models, even for SUVs.
Quietly tucked in the corner of the Porsche booth at the 2014 LA Auto Show is the Cayenne.
One of the most engaging options in the 911 family, the GTS, has returned.
There’s good news at the 2014 L.A. Auto Show if you like the Porsche Panamera, but find to be a too common.
As if Jaguar’s F-Type sports car wasn’t already thrilling enough, the British bad boy of luxury cars is making things even more enticing.
For 2015 the Dodge Charger erupted onto the scene with a controversial new look that was quickly forgotten once the powertrain options were announced.
Jaguar Land Rover announced its latest move in the ongoing fight to curb distracted driving today at the L.A. Auto Show.
The call came in at 11:30 p.m. on a Friday night. A rich southern tycoon, who I’ll refer to as Mr. Moneybags to avoid a lawsuit, was on the other end of the line.