Drive

Drive

Our 2019 event will take place October 18 at the Crown Plaza Phoenix Chandler Golf Resort. Registration is now open for both manufacturers and journalists.

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REVIEW

REVIEW

We test drive cars like you would. Taking them on road trips, running errands around town, or driving the carpool. We love what's under the hood, but are just as concerned with how many USB ports there are and if the seats are heated.

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Explore

Explore

We love driving around town, and sometimes, our travels take us further afield. Exploring Arizona and beyond is our passion, and we want you to come along for the ride.

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2019 Jaguar I-Pace

The Jaguar I-Pace is everything you’d expect from a luxury car, and more than you would from an electric vehicle (EV). The case for EVs, in general, is complex, with considerations like environmental impact, practicality, range anxiety, and issues of substance and style coming into play. I’d argue that the I-Pace has the last two, in spades. I-Pace’s accolades are

2019 Subaru Ascent

“Love. It’s what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.” It’s hard to argue with the popular automaker’s latest advertising slogan. Hard, also, for my 13-year-old not to repeat it every time we went somewhere in the new Ascent, Subaru’s first three-row vehicle and the biggest vehicle it’s ever built. Indeed, people love their Subarus; they are second only to Toyota in

2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

Driving a Jeep Wrangler makes you want to run things over. Not in a malicious way, but in a “I could tackle that curb,” or a driving through rather than around potholes and other road obstacles kind of way. Of course, that’s what the Wrangler was built for: tackling obstacles with aplomb and handling nearly any off-road condition you can

Teen Driver in Your House? Try Ford Driving Skills for Life

Getting a driver’s license is a rite of passage of sorts. The first step toward adulthood, that small card signifies that you’re firmly on the path to independence. For a new driver, it’s freedom. For the parent of said driver, it’s at once liberating and terrifying. Back in the day, I took driver’s ed at my high school, after the