How long do you research your new car before pulling the trigger?
Studies show that nearly every new car shopper does some research – so let us help. We’ve gathered reviews of each of our brands and linked to them below. Shopping for something else? Leave a comment and we’ll do our best to post a review for your suggestion in a future auto review roundup.
Chrysler 300: Chrysler’s full-sized 300 woos with a upscale goods and a toasty cabin (image)
“The 300 is certainly worthy alternative to a Hyundai Genesis or a Lexus ES.”
Jeep Wrangler: Quick Spin / 2013 Jeep Wrangler Moab Edition
“There’s no reason to drive a Wrangler if you’re not going to use it…And if that’s your goal, there’s no better way to get to where other people can’t than in a Jeep Wrangler.”
Dodge Durango: New Durango makes a case for the modern SUV
“Dodge’s Uconnect system is a standout for smart design and functionality. Navigation, digital audio, and hands-free phone all fit in nicely, but I’m more impressed with how Dodge was able to add connected features into this system.”
“Hybrids and fuel-sipping small cars may get a lot of attention, but improving the gas mileage of pickup trucks can have a huge impact.
“That’s why the 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel is major news for pickup buyers.”
Fiat 500L: 2014 Fiat 500L Lounge 5-Door Quick Spin
“It features unique Italian good looks, a fun-to-drive attitude, and roomy, comfortable, ergonomic interior with the latest in connectivity and audio systems.”
SRT Viper Time Attack: Track Day: SRT Viper Time Attack
“The new generation of Viper is better than its predecessor in every way, and it still conveys the raw beastliness that makes the Viper so unique in the automotive market today.”