The 2019 Subaru Ascent, Subaru’s largest SUV to date, became instantly famous for one statistic: 19 cupholders, which works out to nearly 2.5 cupholders per seat. It’s as if they know us! They really, really know us. One Big Gulp is not enough for America. Heck, 19 Big Gulps may not even be enough, but it’s a start.…
The 2018 Porsche 718 Cayman GTS hardtop and Boxster GTS convertible are high-performance variants of the German automaker’s compact mid-engined sports cars. It’s safe to assume they’ll both be fun to drive, but we’re finding out for ourselves this week. So what do you want to know?
The 2015 Ducati Scrambler raised all kinds of excitment when it came out by pretty much nailing a sweet spot between retro-styling, light adventure capability and the mystique associated with “Italianess” that people seem to find enticing. The slightly meatier ’18 Desert Sled should be all that and a little more…
Most car reviewers seemed pretty impressed with the 2018 Subaru BRZ tS when the car was released to test pilots on a closed race track, but I’m on my way to pluck one out of a garage so I can live with it for a week. What do you want to know?
The 2018 BMW M550i is sort of a quieter alternative to the hot rod M5. It’s still plenty fast, just a little more low key. But what if you threw a bunch of parts and power at this thing? We might have an unstoppable sleeper on our hands.
Earlier this year the Aston Martin DB11 made landfall in the United States. Say what you will about the rear roof quarter lifted from a Nissan Maxima; this car makes a hell of an entrance. And with its 600 horsepower V12, a good getaway, too. This week we’re driving the V8 version. What do you want to know about it?
After over four years of begging Jalopnik’s editors, I, Stef Schrader—Jalopnik’s resident Porsche owner—finally get to drive a Porsche that can tow my Porsche. This week, I’m checking out the brand new, fascinatingly made 2019 Porsche Cayenne. What do you want to know about it?
The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar has finally made its way to America, and this week we get to spray some sand on its perfectly formed face for the sake of a shakedown. What do you want to know?
I remember actually being excited when the Honda Fit came out. A friend of mine bought an early one and cracked themselves up explaining: “It fits everywhere, and everything fits in it!” I’m here all week, folks... with a 2018 Honda Fit. So let me know what you want to see as I shake it down.
The 2018 Honda Accord is not the kind of car where you longingly stare at your window and find excuses to go for a drive, but it does have a long (41 years!) history of being dependable, decent transportation. The car’s been remade into its 10th generation for the new model year, and we’re driving it this week. What…
Mark my words, the Jaguar F-Type is historically significant. Even if it’s only remembered as the body that made Jaguar growl again, that’s a damn decent legacy. But speaking of sound, this week we’re running the loudest-roaring Jag I’ve ever stood near around Los Angeles this week, so let us know what you want a…
Last week we heard Harley-Davidson had completely revamped its core cruiser line with eight all-new Softail bikes for the 2018 model year. I’m riding almost every variant this week with some of the people who made them, so get your questions in now!
The Dodge Challenger Demon basked in wall-to-wall coverage over what seemed like a 10-year tease-out as the crazies behind the Challenger Hellcat promised us, well, the same car. But more. Now we know the Demon is a 840-horsepower street-legal drag strip weapon, and more importantly, I finally get to drive it this…
The 2017 Mercedes GLS63 AMG is an immense creature. Simply put, it’s a high-powered variant of the S-Class luxury barge, evolved into an SUV about the size of a Chevy Suburban. Every empirical aspect of this vehicle is big, and I think I’m really going to like it.
The 2017 Porsche 911 GTS is pure: you can run its 450 horsepower turbocharged flat six with rear-wheel drive and a manual transmission. Tomorrow I’ll be terrorizing the streets of Tahoe in a few of these and also spending some time with the people who put them together. What do you want me to ask them about?
At the end of 2014, Chevrolet dropped an aggressive and enticing off-road performance concept of its then-new Colorado pickup. “Sure be cool if Chevy had the balls to build it,” we mused. Well, the ZR2 is here. And soon, I can tell you what it’s like to drive. So now’s the time to get your questions in.
Don’t call the Honda Rebel a cruiser, but it’s definitely not a firm-upright Universal Japanese Motorcycle either. And it’s obviously no sport bike, but the 471cc engine below the seat has some bite to it. I’m riding this “ultimate everyperson” machine all week, so let me know what you’d like a closer look at.
Is it 45 better than the 675LT? Did the original Ford GT40 call and ask for its roofed-doors back? What’s a supercar supposed to do with a damn drift mode? These are some of the questions I have about the 2018 McLaren 720S. And since I’m driving it this week in Europe, I want to hear your questions too.
The BMW M2 seems like a quintessential Jalopnik dream car. Small footprint, front-engine, rear-wheel drive. Why mess with the thing? Well, the tuners at Dinan have already figured out how to squeeze almost 100 more horsepower out of it. Think that’s enough to silence all complaints about the littlest M car?