Tim's Recent Reviews
As the economy turns around and big SUVs start to regain popularity, Dodge is poised to cash-in with an impressive new Durango.
Significant improvements the 2011 Charger a part of Dodge’s plan to make one of the last great American sedans respectable again.
It’s not class leading, but the new 200 means that Chrysler finally has a car than can be considered a competitor in the all-important mid-size sedan segment.
A nod to enthusiasts, the R-Spec model delivers the added performance of the Track edition, without the added cost. The tradeoff is a lack of just a few luxury features.
The 2011 Ford Edge isn’t actually an all-new model; it’s just a mid-cycle refresh. But you wouldn’t know it, with a new design, new engines and Ford’s groundbreaking new MyFordTouch infotainment system.
With the M3 already one of the best handling cars on the market, BMW’s new Competition Package is sure to appeal to the enthusiast crowd. But how slight is the advantage, and how few will ever truly find out?
Subaru already builds the perfect car for enthusiasts, the WRX STI. So how do you make it better? Simple, make it a lighter, better handling machine and take $2,000 off the base price.
As the first new model to launch under the reborn Chrysler brand, the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee foreshadows a positive future for the American automaker.
We’re not quite prepared to say the Fiesta is the best vehicle in the sub-compact set, but offering almost all of what made the European model a top-seller overseas, it’s certainly a top pick.