The 2014 Altima gets connected with the app, enabling Google search for navigation and iHeartRadio for music.
Although lacking in the way of emotional engagement, the Chevy Malibu drives easy, and it gets the MyLink cabin tech interface, which emulates the style of smartphones.
Kia once again proves that it really understands young car buyers better than the competition from Nissan and Scion.
The smooth and quiet 2014 Buick Enclave gets a batch of new tech and safety features, so why doesn't it feel more "new"?
It's got a new nameplate, but the former FX crossover hasn't changed much where performance and tech are concerned. And that's just fine.
It's the hottest Z, a factory track car, and an unadulterated sip of whiskey straight from the barrel.
In Nismo trim, the Nissan 370Z becomes a street-legal race car, but it makes a number of comfort and tech compromises in the name of speed.
The Volkswagen Jetta has improved for 2014, but the SE model we received isn't the trim level that you really want.
With its sleek sheet metal, dial drive selector, LCD instrument cluster, and connected cabin tech, the new Durango includes the most modern features.
The extraordinary M6, even in four-door Gran Coupe form, handles like a race car and takes off like a rocket. At the same time, cabin technologies bring in advanced navigation and connected services.
Infiniti must have thought the only thing wrong with its sport coupe was the name, as the old G37 coupe becomes the Q60, with virtually no changes to the tech.
The new 320i sedan may claim fewer ponies on paper, but on the road it is as dynamic as its more powerful siblings.
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