The Garmin Dash Cam 57 packs a lot into its tiny frame.
The new Sonata Hybrid adds serious fuel economy to one of the best midsize sedans out there. The result is a comfortable tech-laden sedan that has it all — even though the excitement can be lacking.
The 2020 Nissan Sentra isn't the best compact sedan out there, but it is a superb value and a sharp dresser.
The Roav Bolt is an excellent, affordable way to put smarts in an old ride. However, newer vehicles with robust Bluetooth capabilities and infotainment systems won’t benefit much from it.
The GarageMate Garage Door Remote Control and App is an ultra-simple and affordable garage door opener that you control from your smartphone, but other openers such as the Chamberlain MyQ and Nexx have many more features.
The Nexx Garage smart garage door opener offers a solid array of useful features with loads of functionality built into the app, once you can get through a frustrating setup process.
Sprint's OBD-II dongle adds vehicle condition monitoring, GPS tracking and more to your ride for a reasonable price.
The Yamaha MusicCast Bar 400 offers good sound and plenty of features, but you'll get the most out of it if you invest in additional MusicCast speakers to expand to a 5.1 system.
The all-electric Solo three-wheeler deserves praise for innovation and offering commuters a fun way to mitigate the daily grind of getting to work.
The most comprehensive device for connecting older cars (post-2008), the Raven includes everything from a dashcam to a remote security and monitoring system — for a price.
The Speak Plus is a triple threat, giving you a dashcam, directions and Alexa in one, but it's on the pricey side.
This small Bluetooth dongle lets you use Alexa while you're driving, but the voice assistant could respond faster.
Yamaha's YAS-706 delivers full sound and a robust feature set, though it's better for video than it is for music.
Yamaha's slim YAS-207 soundbar creates an immersive experience for watching movies and TV, though it isn't as good for music.
Thanks to Super Cruise technology, the self-driving Cadillac CT6 boasts the most accurate system yet for taking your hands off the wheel.
The second-generation Fixd does a good job of diagnosing engine light problems and providing maintenance reminders, but it's not as versatile as other devices.
The 5 Series offers all the advances that other luxury carmakers crow about, plus better handling and responsiveness when you want to be the one in control.
Logitech's inexpensive air vent mount uses speech recognition to keep drivers' eyes on the road while they use their phones, but it could use some polish.
The YAS-106 delivers booming bass and a good set of features for the money, although all that bass can overwhelm the mix.
The GMC Sierra Denali 1500 is a comfy and connected full-size pickup that really kicks it and includes both noise cancellation and handy power steps.
A supercar version of the Corvette, the Z06 is still just a quarter of the price of comparable foreign exotics.
The 2017 Hyundai Elantra combines CarPlay, Android Auto and a robust set of safety features in a sleeker and quieter ride.