After the allure of the Hummer's physics-defying acceleration wears off, there isn't a whole lot left to love.
The first ultrabudget streamer with a voice remote talks circles around Roku.
The latest generation of the ubiquitous luxury SUV is damn near perfect.
Editor's Choice: This tiny bar adds great 4K HDR streaming, and solid sound, to any TV.
Editor's Choice: This tiny, battery-powered entertainment machine does a lot of things right.
Editor's Choice: Excellent contrast, accurate color and solid features make it our favorite sub-$1,000 projector for 2020.
Editor's Choice: A higher-end projector worthy of the "home cinema" moniker.
The more powerful spec of BMW's iX electric SUV is certainly quicker than the base model, but that extra oomph comes at too high a cost.
The C2 sets the pace for 2022 with superb picture quality, numerous sizes and a track record of success.
Available in black or white, Amazon's Blink Mini sports many features for a reasonable price.
You don't need to pay more for dual-motor i4 M50 to have a good time, but it's hard to argue with more power and fun.
Toyota's off-road-ready pickup is mighty fine in daily driving, too.
The addition of Caddy's hands-free highway driving assistant makes the XT6 one of the most interesting luxury SUVs on the road -- but there's a catch.
This rough-and-ready pickup is home to Chevy's new Android-based, Google Assistant-powered dashboard tech.
Ford's most powerful, most capable Bronco is an absolute blast to drive anywhere.
Unique overlanding touches give this Bronco even more capability than normal.
There's a lot to like about Toyota's body-on-frame family tank, but there's still plenty of room for improvement.
In some situations, Bentley's plug-in hybrid sedan is blissful. In other situations, it's anything but.
The all-new iX gets the EV fundamentals right -- performance, range, comfort and more. So why don't I love this otherwise excellent machine?
The mid-engine MC20 is the halo car Maserati deserves.
Kia's fifth-generation compact SUV is a big improvement over its predecessors, and the new hybrid model is the best configuration to get.
A new turbocharged inline-three gives Nissan's best seller more power and better fuel economy.
A road trip to the desert proves that the range-topping Continental GT doesn't really need to exist, but I'm so glad it does.
The redesigned S-Class' base engine feels anything but entry level.
This EV has plenty of get-up-and-go, but the GV60 always seems happiest when it's playing the role of a small luxury car.