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The updated 2016 Explorer remains a top contender among three-row crossover SUVs, even with newer competitors joining the fray. Families will find all the space, thoughtful placement of numerous USB and power outlets, and neat features like the hands-free liftgate to come in handy.
Nissan's GT-R is an icon, but one that's definitely in need of a refresh.
The 2016 Hyundai Elantra GT boasts a solid level of standard features with standouts that make it feel like a value, as well as optional features that add a premium feel and a premium price.
If you get it, you get it. If you don't, you don't.
If you're part of the majority that favors comfort and practicality over sporting characteristics, the 2016 Toyota Camry is about as close to perfect as it gets.
Those who need the practicality of a compact crossover but don't want a drab-looking or drab-driving vehicle should put the RAV4 SE on their "must drive" list.
Despite its aggressive exterior, the 2016 Toyota Corolla is just basic, boring transportation. It's a good car that gets the job done, but lacks flair or personality.
Among the many crossovers available, the 2016 Kia Sorento appears more tech-forward than most, with an advanced engine, driver assist features and app integration, but a few configuration requirements might turn potential buyers away.
The Chrysler 300 gives you a uniquely stylish look, combined with a comfortable cabin and driving demeanor, but it lags behind the competition in fuel economy and interior fit and finish.
The Passat does everything a midsize sedan should, but gets lost in one of the most competitive segments in the automotive space due to its uninspiring appearance.
The 2016 Honda CR-V sacrifices comfort for an engaged driving experience, not necessarily the right trade-off in a small SUV, while features such as navigation work poorly or in an unnecessarily quirky fashion.
The 2016 Acura ILX undercuts other comparably-equipped premium cars in price, and while it offers some impressive cutting edge features, falls down in overall driving quality.
The 2016 Hyundai Tucson has a lot to recommend it, just not in this trim.
If you plan on stretching your bucks to slide into the luxury-car life, you're probably better off going with a fully equipped, non-luxury competitor, like a Toyota Avalon or a Nissan Maxima.
The 2012 Honda Fit Sport shows the model has aged gracefully, providing handling and performance among the best in its class. The same can't be said for its outdated cabin tech options.
While it's a good truck, it's tough to justify spending upward of $30,000 on a Pro-4x when the competition offers more features and a modern design.
The 6.2-liter supercharged V8 pushes the Hellcat to a top speed of 204 mph.
Where most cars focus on quiet control, the 500 Abarth's ragged engine note and questionable handling will frequently spike your adrenaline.