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John Dickerson, Auto Reviews

John Dickerson, Auto Reviews

Each month John Dickerson tests a worthy car. From smoking teenagers at stoplights to cramming groceries and small appliances into the trunk, Dickerson examines the features you actually care about, like how well a spilled mocha cleans off the upholstery. Dickerson was raised on industrial pollution, deer venison and American steel in Detroit, Michigan. His co-workers often find him in a trance, slumped over his keyboard, uttering words like “torque steer, horsepower-to-displacement ratio” and “nav system.”

Auto Corner: BMW X3, Best of All Worlds

BMW's X3 combines sports car handling with SUV confidence.

Auto Corner: Ford's New C-Max Contends for Hybrid Crown

Move Over Prius, You've Got Company

Audi's A6 sedan remains a leader in its class.

Auto Corner - Porsche 911, Still Unrivaled

Often Imitated, Never Duplicated

Porsche 911 still unrivaled

2012 Chevrolet Malibu Review: May the Best Car Win

2012 Chevrolet Malibu Eco proves GM's new slogan isn't just talk.

2012 Jeep Wrangler: More Civilized and Powerful

2012 Jeep Wrangler is more civilized and powerful, but still a bruiser off road.

2013 Jaguar XF Review: This Cat Purrs

Jaguar’s XF Upsets the Balance of Luxury Sedan Leaders

A Grocery Getter for Dads

2012 Toyota Sienna wins Sportiest in Minivan Wars

The 2012 Toyota Camry: An Already-Great Car Gets Even Better

Toyota improves an already-great Camry for 2012

2011 Lincoln Navigator heads for more opulent waters.

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