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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

Strong looks and decent handling can't overcome the weak infotainment tech and disappointing engine.

2017 Fiat 500X

The 2017 Fiat 500X is a solid choice for those enamored with its style and peppy performance, but there are objectively better choices in this class.

2017 Ford C-Max Hybrid

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.

2018 Honda Accord Sedan

Honda's 10th-generation Accord arrives with sharper looks, handling, turbocharged engines and more interior space.

2017 Honda Accord Sedan

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.

2017 Jeep Cherokee

While most folks won't use its off-road capabilities, the Cherokee is a decent pick for a midsize family crossover.

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback

If you want a slightly sportier offering than the competition that won't break the bank, the Civic Hatchback Sport is a very tough act to beat.

2017 Buick Encore

It's the best-selling model from Buick, and we can see why.

2016 Jeep Cherokee

If you expect to go off-road, the Trailhawk is a great choice. However, if you plan to stay in civilization, the top-of-the-line Overland trim line may be the better choice.

2017 Honda CR-V

The 2017 Honda CR-V promises to be a big seller for Honda. Its sophisticated looks, zippy engine and myriad features give it a jump on the competition.

2017 Nissan Rogue

Midcycle updates to styling, cabin refinement and a new hybrid drivetrain make the small crossover even better.

2017 Chevrolet Trax

Thanks to a few physical and technological alterations, Chevy's revised Trax looks and feels less cheap, but its driving characteristics remain the same.

2016 Nissan Altima

If you can't decide between sporty or cushy, the 2016 Nissan Altima is a wonderful middle ground that can give drivers a bit of both.

2017 Honda Ridgeline

It's not the most rugged pickup, but the 2017 Honda Ridgeline is still more truck than most buyers will ever need. Its crossover blend of efficiency and technology makes it easy to live with as a daily driver.

2017 Ford Escape

The new engine option is a nice evolution, but only adds a small improvement to the already excellent 2017 Ford Escape. However, seemingly smaller tech changes, like the addition of Sync Connect, Android Auto, CarPlay and a few driver aid features, make a much larger impact.

2016 Honda Civic Coupe

With the same driveline and driving dynamics as the sedan, the Civic Coupe can only justify its less practical existence through style.

2016 Chevrolet Malibu

With a redesign both inside and out and packed full of safety features, the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu is ready for any scenario you can throw in its path.

2016 Ford Escape

The 2016 Ford Escape exhibits all the practicality of a small SUV and offers an excellent driving experience, with get-in-and-go ease. The new Sync 3 infotainment system responds as well as any tablet or smartphone, and its AppLink feature promises interesting future capabilities from third-party developers.