The 2015 Chrysler 200 is so much improved that the automaker should have considered changing its name.
Small commercial vans have been both necessary and popular for many years seemingly everywhere but the United States.
Infiniti’s Q60 has been with us for quite awhile, back even before the Nissan luxury brand decided a couple of years ago to preface the names of all its cars and SUVs with the letter Q.
OK, I’ll admit it.
I’ll admit that I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I was informed I’d be allowed to spend a week in the 2015 Infiniti QX60.
Two things I’ve found to be true about seemingly every Mazda I’ve ever driven:
It is designated as Arizona 288 and while it does climb high into the Sierra Ancha mountains northeast of Phoenix, only the southern portion of the road is paved
Excluding the Bugatti Veyron as best we can figure, a French car is being sold in the United States for the first time since 1991.
Yes, I know, the math in the headline is not correct. But trust me, the answer is accurate.
The first time I saw one of those “Bold New Camry” television commercials, I had two thoughts: