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Given its higher power output than the competition, the 2017 Ford C-Max hybrid makes for an economical commuter and practical errand runner in areas where traffic or terrain requires a little more speed from the pedal.
The Jaguar F-Pace is for those who care more about driving pleasure than technological reliability or innovation.
Not just one of the best new vehicles to be seen in this year, the Land Rover Velar is also one of the best to drive.
Not the most thrilling three-row SUV, but one that's reliable and should last until the kids are grown and out of the house.
Honda's 10th-generation Accord arrives with sharper looks, handling, turbocharged engines and more interior space.
The F-150 is a great all-around truck with a ton of available features. It's especially good for those new to towing.
Kia's 2018 Stinger GT shows off some serious high-performance capabilities around the Nürburgring.
If you're looking for a sport sedan that isn't over-the-top fancy, the 2017.5 CTS V-Sport is a proper competitor for the Germans.
For the 2018 model year, Cadillac threw just about everything it had at its large, front-biased luxury sedan.
Although it requires a small learning curve, the 2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country delivers luxury with a lean toward the rugged in a thoroughly modern wagon, with few competitors in sight.
I don't think you're going to hear a single complaint about having another wagon available for sale in the US, no matter the price point.
The ninth-generation Honda Accord is still a can't-miss option in the midsize sedan segment even at the end of its life cycle.
With the 2017 Cadenza, Kia brings just about everything you could want in a modern, premium sedan, except for any real sport character.
Genesis, Hyundai's luxury offshoot, remains little known among the general public, but this carmaker already has a sport variant of its midsize luxury sedan.
A solid sport sedan worthy of its G-designated predecessors, the 2017 Infiniti Q50 keeps up with the competition but doesn't distinguish itself in any particular fashion.
The Lexus GS 200t offers a comfortable ride that's engaging enough for most buyers, but the Enform system needs a redesign, ASAP.
Volvo takes everything that's great about the large XC90 SUV and distills it down to a more compact, but equally potent package.
As well as a light facelift, Jaguar's given its V6 F-Type a bit more power for one year only. Does it make an already great car even better?