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A comprehensive infotainment overhaul and an almost-here plug-in hybrid model add intrigue and capability to Land Rover's venerable luxury SUV.
The new LS has been a long time coming, but Lexus' latest flagship sedan delivers on luxury styling, comfort and innovative display technology.
A worthy flagship luxury coupe with above average performance chops and stunning design.
With a 707-horsepower Hellcat engine, upgraded suspension tuning and tasteful styling alterations, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is a terror on the track and street.
Sharpest-handling subcompact crossover SUV gets a bit more grown up with new convenience and safety features.
The driving dynamics are OK, but the Traverse's best tricks make life better for every other seat in the car.
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.
Honda's 10th-generation Accord arrives with sharper looks, handling, turbocharged engines and more interior space.
Upgraded aero, suspension, tires and traction electronics make the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE a star on track.
Kia's 2018 Stinger GT shows off some serious high-performance capabilities around the Nürburgring.
The latest Camry has gone under the knife for better looks and a drive that may just satisfy enthusiasts.
For the 2018 model year, Cadillac threw just about everything it had at its large, front-biased luxury sedan.
You'll be pleased with the ride and handling of the Equinox, but be prepared to pay extra for things like lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring.
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.
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.
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?
The Volkswagen Golf is a dependable thing. It's just the right size for city living, looks good, and drives well. So what happens when you give it 310 hp?