If you're looking for a small, fun city car, is the Fiat 500C Lounge Cabrio worth a look? Read my latest "Duke's Drive" to find out!
How does the Chrysler 200S mid-size American sedan hold up with the 2015 model? I take the keys for a week to find out.
Having owned a 2006 300C for a few years before heading back to trucks, I was curious to see where things had headed. That opportunity presented itself when I came across the keys of a 2015 300S with a HEMI V8.
The 2015 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4x4 highly impressed me in an area I wasn't expecting to be impressed by: technology.
For those somewhat unfamiliar with the Charger lineup, the R/T Scat Pack might be a little difficult to decode. That’s mostly because it is, for the most part, a cheaper but just as potent Charger SRT.
The 2015 GT is outrageously fast, a relative steal for the price, has a phenomenal interior and now offers a suspension setup ready for the twisties.
My review of the 2015 Ford F-150 EcoBoost. Meet the new boss, just like the old boss, but with a much stronger resume.
My review of the 2015 Dodge Durango. Pick one up while you still can. Rumor has it 2015 may be the last year for this great mix of performance, style and utility
In my opinion, cars don’t get much better than sheer American muscle. Both of my previous Duke’s Drives, the Challenger and Charger, were classic powerhouses through and through. Just in case you need a third option, say hello to the insane 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT.
Duke's Drive this week is a 2015 Dodge Charger SRT 392. How does the 4-door Charger compare to the 2-door Challenger I just drove that had the exact same engine? Find out!
When it comes to muscle cars, the 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack ranks right up there at the top with it’s HEMI V8 6.4L engine, capable of delivering 485 HP and 475 ft-lbs of torque, and the sound—oh the sound!