Hendrick Motorsports is providing the modified Camaros to Hertz, which in turn will rent them to you (probably).
Honda has also dropped the CR-V's previous base engine and added new standard features.
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We sort every full-size pickup truck foreign and domestic so that you don't have to.
Full-size pickups exist at the intersection of functionality, speed, technology, and fashion. Today’s trucks are as quick as some sport sedans, can practically tow your house, and offer cutting-edge convenience and safety technologies. In this market, which is contested by only six manufacturers, most buyers are predisposed to a certain brand (the domestic Big Three, in particular, carry cult followings) and it's a close fight among top competitors. That said, every one of these trucks can handle classic pickup needs without trouble, and if you haven’t already sorted yourself into the Dodge, Chevy, or Ford camps, we’ve ranked the segment players from worst to best to help you in your full-size truck search.
The BRZ remains the Janus-faced sports car it has always been. And we love/hate it accordingly.