IndyStar.com's view

June 26, 1997

Cadillac Motor Car Division has two Seville models that meet the adage of something for everybody — in the luxury car field. Tabbed the SLS for Seville Luxury Sedan, and STS for Seville Touri... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

December 1, 1994

After you slip the behind the wheel of the Acura NSX, settle into the firm leather bucket seat, fire up the engine and accelerate like a bullet, you wonder why this car isn’t the best-selling... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

October 28, 1994

Mazda’s 1995 Protege brings the subcompact gene pool to its saturation point. Now we have stylish cab-forward designs in pint size (Chrysler’s Neon), smug little cars with dual air b... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

September 16, 1994

I WAS DOING my O.J. thing, running 40 mph down the middle of an expressway in a Ford Bronco. But, unlike the Juice, I got no respect. All I got was honking horns and bumper riders, and frowning p... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

September 8, 1994

I don’t like the looks of the Volvo 850 Sportswagon. Then again I can’t recall any Volvo – except the classic P1800 – whose looks I have liked. In fact, after testing Volv... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

September 4, 1994

The instructions for the delivery service that was to drop off the 1994 Volvo 850 turbo sedan for a test drive were brief and to the point: Leave the car in the driveway, doors unlocked, key in t... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

August 21, 1994

What a car. Makes you forget the German automaker ever foisted on the public the 190 series sedan-a tiny, cramped, underpowered, rough-riding imitation of a luxury sedan that remained virtually... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

August 18, 1994

The big GMC Suburban just may be the most efficient method of moving people and cargo short of a Greyhound bus or a tractor-trailer rig. At more than 18 feet in length, the four-door Suburban is o... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

August 11, 1994

When it comes to automobiles, images and perceptions don’t change easily. Despite such recent cars as the sporty, import-oriented Seville and Eldorado and the recently deceased Allante conve... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

August 4, 1994

“Where’s the wing?” a co-worker jokingly shouted from across the Orlando Sentinel parking lot as I pulled into a parking space in this week’s test car, a gleaming white Toyo... Read More