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As the first hybrid minivan, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid serves well in carrying that honor, offering comfort, practicality and excellent fuel economy. Its few minor niggles apply equally to the non-hybrid Pacifica.
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.
The Lexus GS 200t offers a comfortable ride that's engaging enough for most buyers, but the Enform system needs a redesign, ASAP.
Even with newer hatchback rivals arriving on the scene, the Mazda3 remains one of the segment's best options with great styling, a nice interior and an involving drive character.
Nissan equips its Rogue small SUV with a hybrid drivetrain, but why does the engine never seem to stop?
The Subaru Impreza is an affordable and functional hatchback (or sedan) that's great for sporty folks who regularly have to deal with snow or rain.
Small adjustments to creature comforts underpin a relatively mild refresh for Lexus' smallest crossover.
Toyota's smallest car offers big upgrades in both the looks and tech departments.
Towing upgrades, a higher ride height and small styling revision have the new 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure ready to take on the great outdoors.
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.
Where most cars focus on quiet control, the 500 Abarth's ragged engine note and questionable handling will frequently spike your adrenaline.
It might not look all that different, but don't worry, because all the good changes are hidden under its skin.
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.
We put the new electric city car to the test on the crowded streets of Miami, where its compact size, nimble handling and brisk acceleration come in handy.
For this money, you won't find a better hot hatch in the US.
Other than a few small tweaks, it's business as usual for Nissan's littlest hatchback.
Packing the same great tech as the Cruze, with a larger trunk that may better appeal to small SUV shoppers.
Nissan returns a little bit of sport to the Sentra with a turbo engine, available manual transmission and suspension upgrades.