Dustin's Recent Reviews
We get a chance to drive a prototype version of BMW’s upcoming X1 crossover and get answers to questions that, until now, BMW has been tight-lipped about.
It may be a honkin’-big SUV with a powerful V8, off-road capability and excellent towing capability, but with car-like driving dynamics and a luxury interior, the LX570 puts most crossovers to shame.
Ford’s Edge crossover combines the best of an SUV and a mid-sized sedan with a great look and a host of unique features.
Attempting to minimize the gas guzzling stigma of the Escalade, the Hybrid version of the mammoth SUV might not win any awards from GreenPeace but it does give remarkable fuel-savings in the city. Too bad the interior isn’t up to premium standards.
With a modest 2.5-liter V6 engine, the IS250 is an entry-level luxury sports sedan that is actually accessible.
The GS450h takes all of the great qualities of the Lexus mid-level luxury sedan and combines them with a hybrid philosophy that’s been turned on its head; offing increased performance and reasonable fuel economy, rather than decreased performance with exceptional fuel-economy.
Toyota’s RAV4 certainly has grown up a lot over the years offering plenty of cargo and passenger room for this third generation model, but thanks to fuel-efficient engines and a low starting price, it’s still an economical option.
Auto manufacturers know that while profit margins for entry-level vehicles are small, building brand loyalty is huge. The Daewoo-derived Aveo5 hopes to get first-time buyers into a Chevrolet.
After the incredible success of the Gallardo, is Lamborghini’s new LP560 a successful sequel or a flop?