Now at the end of its career, the Ridgeline is practically the exact same vehicle it was when first introduced in 2005. It’s a great driver, and has plenty of creature comforts, but as production ends in 2014 due to slow sales can we still consider this truck a worthy contender, or should we wait for its replacement?
Promptly after its release, the newly redesigned Chevrolet Silverado 2014 was named North American Truck of the Year. However, being the only new truck released this year, is this really the best truck you can buy or was the award a supporting prize for the only NEW full-size truck released this year? Let’s find out.
Introduced at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show, the new Jeep Renegade will be a built in Melfi, Italy (engines and transmissions for the North American market will be built in the United States) alongside a sister subcompact crossover SUV called the Fiat 500X.
Infiniti has announced a raging hot 560HP twin turbo V6 (sound familiar?) in a blood-red Q50 body as being among a “premiere league of super-sports sedans”, a league which presumably includes such luminaries as the Maserati Quattreporte, the Ferarri FF, the Porsche Panamara, Aston Martin Rapide S, and the Mercedes S600.
At the ICAR motorsports park in the now-abandoned Mirabel airport takes place a unique learning experience: the BMW winter driving training. Under the watchful eye of former race car drivers, including Philippe Létourneau, we drifted and pushed our winter driving skills to the limit behind the wheel of BMW’s new 435.