This week on AutoGuide, the most read review was of the newest compact from Nissan, the Sentra.
It uses a 1.8L 4-cylinder that makes 130-hp and 128 lb-ft of torque, all while getting combined 34 mpg. Next up is the newest iteration of Honda’s classic family sedan, the Accord, which uses a new direct-injection 4-cylinder that makes 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque with a fuel economy rating of 27/36 mpg.
In third on the list, is our review of the Camaro ZL1. We took the stock ZL1 to a local track to compete against some tuned up race cars, and the results are interesting to say the least. In fourth is one of the oldest Mercedes-Benz nameplates running, the G-Class. Still using the same body-on-frame construction as it did 30 years ago, the G is now more composed than ever.
Finally, the fifth review is of the new Nissan Pathfinder, which for 2013 moves away from its hardcore off-road roots to a unibody construction, officially making it a crossover.
So whether you’re shopping for a new car and looking for advice, you want to keep up to date on the auto industry or you’re just looking for a good read, check out the hotlinks to each of the stories below and see more new car reviews here.