Do what I did. Mail the magazine back to the editor, tell him to jam it where the sun doesn't shine -- and enclose a letter canceling your subscription. They get enough people doing that -- and they'll have no choice but to be objective going forward.
The only car magazine worth reading anymore is Automotive News -- because it's actually about the automobile business -- and is fact driven.
As for all those other rags, they're just stuffed with losers. Wannabes who are always going to go for the high-dollar stuff -- because they know full and well that if they report the truth -- that GM can kick Porsche and Ferrari's ass at a fraction of the cost -- there will be no more loaners for their high-school reunions and all-expense paid junkets to Europe. And if they don't get those -- they'll be exposed for what they are -- lower middle class, khaki-wearing zeroes.
Think about it this way. Back in the good old days of car magazines, back in the 70's and 80's -- you had no idea what the writers looked like. They were just reporters. Now? They have to have their little pictures at the top of their columns -- are get themselves in every article's photos. You can almost hear their thoughts: "Gee, look at me kicking the tires of a Ferrari in Italy. Don't I look cool in my Dockers and short-sleeve JC Penney no-iron dress shirt? Wow, the chicks back in Michigan are really going to dig me. I'm famous." Yeah, right dude. Try cracking $50K a year.
I'm serious. If you're that P.O.'d about American cars getting the short end of the stick by a bunch of morons stop reading their magazine.