Bob's Recent Reviews
A breakthrough product last year, new Heavy Duty pickups by both Ford and Chevy have ousted the Ram HD from its pedestal with the truck now listing some of the lowest power, towing and payload numbers in the class.
Honda’s subcompact Fit doesn’t just have a futuristic look; it’s ahead of its time in many other ways too.
Because the standard Escalade might not suit all your needs, the larger ESV model adds almost two feet of space in the same capable and luxurious package.
The leader in the compact pickup class, it’s not hard to see why the Tacoma continues to outsell rivals thanks to strong engine choices, a low entry cost, a more modern look and Toyota’s legendary reliability. We could do with improved fuel economy though.
Functional and fun to look at, we’ll miss the SS model. Still, with two modest engine offerings the HHR doesn’t just offer a unique package; it’s also an excellent alternative to the family sedan.
On paper the Chevy Malibu is still a solid competitor in the mid-size sedan segment and while there’s lots to recommend, the current drivetrain lineup leaves you opting for either performance or fuel economy, but not both.
Volvo has once-again updated the look and features of its flagship S80 sedan for 2010. But are these changes enough to keep this old platform competitive in a segment that is changing fast?
Getting near the end of its run, this generation of the Odyssey continues to offer space, fuel-economy, a versatile seat layout, as well as Honda’s reputation for reliability and durability.