Greetings, readers. It's hard to believe but we're at the end of another week, and that means it's time for another edition of the Roadshow week in review. If you're just joining us, we take a look in the rearview at all the best reviews and biggest pieces of news that happened in the week that was.
So join us as we look back on the best of the best for the week ending March 6.
A bigger Bolt is here. Managing Editor Steve Ewing took the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV for a first spin, and in this case, bigger means better.
Social Media Editor Daniel Golson had a go in the 2021 Honda Ridgeline and found it's decidedly a truckier kind of truck with its new duds.
CNET contributor Henry Catchpole took the 2021 Audi E-Tron GT for a first drive. This is not a reskinned Porsche Taycan, he promises.
- : The paintwork was so tough, the French marque almost gave up. We're glad it didn't -- it's stunning.
- : The brand's first electric bowed as a coupe-like version of the XC40, and it looks pretty swell.
- : The brand is offering free charging and cash back for customers experiencing delays.
- : After nearly a dozen engine fires, NHTSA will investigate what's going on in 1.9 million SUVs.
- : We go over how to remove the top, doors and much more.
- : A massive swath of the country is in for EV chargers as six utility companies team up.
Go hands-on with the totally new 2022 Nissan Frontier and its wonderful new design.
We take a closer look at Volvo's new EV in person.