"While it’s not the most powerful in its class, there’s enough get up and go beneath the hood to get you up to highway speeds and pass without much issue. Besides, since this is more of a city-dwelling vehicle, the number of prancing ponies is adequate for urban needs."
"Inside, you’d be hard pressed to think that this was a compact SUV. Again, with the large windows, the Forester’s interior exudes a full sized vehicle feel."
"Hyundai’s really done well in providing the driver with a quiet, well laid out cabin that’s comfortable and with controls that are easy to operate.
The cool factor here is that the rear lift gate automatically opens if you stand close to it with the key fob in your pocket for three seconds. No kicking motion, just stand there with your hands full of stuff and the Tucson does the “heavy lifting” for you.."
"Inside, much remains the same from the outgoing model. There’s a bit more chrome/gloss accents for additional flair and smartly, BMW has opted to get new proverbial cufflinks opposed to an entirely new suit."
"Inside, LS, LT and LTZ models get an easy to navigate seven-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system with Chevy’s “MyLink” system plus OnStar, with 4G LTE and WiFi hotspot availability, which is standard on all models as is Bluetooth technology."
"Some may scoff at their “you’ll take what we give you” approach but Scion has jammed the iM full of lots of features and style that their strategy just may work. It’s not like they’re lacking in the quantity and quality department after all. "