Nissan GT-R review

Not previously available in the U.S., the latest generation of the racetrack-ready Nissan GT-R sports coupe arrived here with great fanfare in 2008 as an early 2009 model. It receives assorted updates for model-year 2012, including added engine power. Keep Reading

Nissan 370Z review

Nissan’s Z is one of the rare Japanese sports cars currently on the road to carry a bona fide heritage, dating back to 1970 and the original Datsun 240Z sports coupe. Selling then for a bargain-priced $3,526, the original 240Z packed a peppy 2.5-liter six-cylinder engine and became a smash hit for the fledgling U.S. arm of the automaker. Keep Reading

Morgan Aero SuperSports review

It’s not an affront to insinuate that Morgans have long been the oddballs of the automotive world. The world’s oldest privately owned automaker, this British company dates back to 1910 when it produced three-wheeled vehicles known as “cycle cars.” Keep Reading

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG review

Paying visual homage to the automaker’s legendary 1954 300 SL coupe, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG coupe replaces the SLR McLaren as the flagship “supercar” in the luxury automakers lineup for 2011. Keep Reading

Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class review

The Mercedes-Benz SLK gets a major redesign for model-year 2012 that further helps cast this still pert and perky rear-drive roadster in a more-aggressive light. Keep Reading