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The 2020 Mini John Cooper Works Clubman is a blast for the sport-minded buyer with cash to burn.
If you can swing the monthly payments, this Polestar-modified XC60 should not disappoint.
All substance and no style, the 2019 Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid is a practical and flexible dip into the world of plug-ins for those not quite ready for a full EV.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast lives up to its name, but loses some of its day-to-day prowess in the process.
After a quarter century and five generations, Honda is still bringing its A-game to the minivan segment.
Taking the roof off of a car designed for maximum performance on the track might not make much sense, but here the rules of logic do not apply.
This three-row crossover is seriously polished and comfortable, with an upscale cabin and loads of useful features.
Nissan's redesigned Sentra looks better than ever, and gives you a lot of car for a low price.
Its appearance is certainly polarizing, but get past that grille, and the 2020 Genesis G90 impresses with a comfortable interior, lots of standard tech and a low starting price.
Excellent handling, good looks and lots of standard safety features make the Mazda CX-30 a standout SUV.
The Taycan 4S might not pack the explosive punch of the Turbo variant, but it's still a thoroughly compelling sports car.
There's still a lot to love about the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas, from the excellent tech to the spacious, quiet cabin, but now that we've had time to settle in, there are a few nits to pick.
Absurd appellation aside, more power and luxury only enhance this SUV's status as one of the most covetable in the world.
Audi's first all-electric SUV is a masterpiece of refinement.
American car enthusiasts can finally sink their teeth into Audi's once-forbidden RS6 Avant. Thankfully, this wagon proves well worth the wait.
The updated Passat stays the course while the North American sedan market burns around it.
If looks could kill, this Lexus would be serving consecutive life terms. Too bad the in-car tech ruins an otherwise pleasant experience.
For all but the most hardcore enthusiasts, there's almost no compromise for choosing the 2019 Jeep Wrangler's 48-volt eTorque upgrade.