, 2022-12-20 05:00:00,
Favorite cars is different than best cars. The idea of “best” can speak to value and overall competitiveness in a given vehicle segment. There’s lots of objectivity involved and to do a “best” list right, one really must be very thorough and as scientific as possible. This is not that list. This is about our favorites, so objectivity be damned. If we liked a Challenger Hellcat because it made loud noises or a Honda Odyssey because it made for a particularly special family vacation, fair game. These were the cars that most spoke to our collection of editors and the ones that stayed in our minds and hung in our hearts long after they left our driveway. — Senior Editor James Riswick
2022 GMC Hummer EV
Senior Editor, Green, John Beltz Snyder: I didn’t particularly expect to like the new Hummer. I wasn’t a fan of the Hummer H2 or H3, so I wasn’t automatically enthusiastic about this electric reboot. Fast EVs aren’t hard to come by — and, in fact, may be too easy to come by — so its performance specs weren’t enough to win me over. Despite videos to the contrary, pickups aren’t my favorite vehicular format. And its excessive size and weight turned me off … until I finally got behind the wheel.
This thing is wildly entertaining to drive. Watts to Freedom launch control is a neat party trick, sure, but the novelty wears off quickly. The novelty of Crab Walk, however, has staying power. The rear-wheel steering makes this behemoth feel much smaller than it is…
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