The Dodge Journey is one of the oldest mid-size SUVs on the market. It debuted in 2008 as a 2009 model year, and since then it hasn’t received a significant redesign. There was a mild refresh in 2011, but that was mostly an aesthetics upgrade.
Mercedes-Benz has become the watchword for bleeding edge technology and luxury. If anything, Mercedes has strengthened its hold on the luxury car crown with the S-Class and E-Class, but it’s the C-Class that really matters.
BMW is like an aging Rockstar, living off past glories. It was once the best in the world — but it’s 10 years since. While BMW can still shock with the odd smash hit, it’s struggling to keep up with the hipper competition. Plus, their old stuff is better.
The new Porsche 911 Turbo S looks so much like the old one that you could be forgiven for thinking Porsche released the same basic car for the last 20 years; but don’t be fooled. All the magic happens under the hood and the new flagship 911 might just be the finest daily driving supercar that money can buy.
The 2017 Mazda3, now in the third model year of its third generation, brings a winning trifecta of price, performance, and personality to the sport-compact segment. Available in Sport, Touring, or Grand Touring (GT) trim levels, budget-conscious buyers can tune in the level of performance desired without spending a massive amount of money.
Nissan introduces the newly-designed, small-but-mighty Sentra for 2017. With an MSRP of $16,990, the Sentra is a great choice for any budget. If you’re looking for a bit more power, look no further than the Sentra NISMO model. While it may not be the fastest compact sedan on the market, it does keep up with the competition in most respects.