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The Murano isn't really a standout in its class, but still offers plenty of satisfaction.
Nissan's flagship sedan is short on sport.
A standout in the class, the 2019 BMW X1 is fun to drive, can haul a good amount of gear and is relatively easy on the wallet.
The Nissan Pathfinder is a fair choice, but in the crowded three-row SUV segment, you could find a more engaging ride and better technology.
The limited-edition M4 CS is a formidable weekend track toy that can be daily driven.
If you want a convertible that's engaging to drive and able to carry three of your friends, look no further.
The 2018 BMW i3s is an expensive option for an electric city car. Sure, you pay for quality, but there are better, less pricey EV values out there.
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.
The 2013 Nissan Pathfinder serves as an all-around good people carrier and family road-trip vehicle, but pushes few boundaries when it comes to tech.
The Nissan Kicks is a good combination of utility and efficiency, wrapped in a funky little package.
It's tough to recommend the X2 when it's smaller than the X1, costs more and doesn't offer any noticeably better driving dynamics.
Even with its flaws, the Nissan Armada deserves strong consideration from people shopping for a large SUV.
The 2015 Nissan Juke is a fun little ute, perfect for those who want to stand out in a crowd.
The 2015 BMW X4's odd design may narrow its appeal, but it holds up the BMW reputation for excellent handling, and its dashboard electronics include the widest range of connected features in the business.
The GT-R Nismo is an incredible performance machine. But its $200,000-plus price tag means it costs almost twice as much as a base GT-R, and it simply isn’t twice the car.
Though not our first pick in the segment, the X4 deserves high marks among compact luxury crossovers.
The 2016 Nissan Sentra faces stiff competition in the entry-level sedan segment, and lacks the most recent dashboard tech, but its driving character will satisfy most commuters and its driver assist systems offer enhanced safety and comfort.
The 2016 Nissan Leaf's design and technology are getting long in the tooth, but a substantial boost in cruising range keeps the electric hatchback relevant amongst much younger competition.