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For most people, a conventionally gas-powered compact crossover will be more efficient.
The 2018 Regal TourX is easy to like with its laid back performance, stylish exterior and quiet cabin, but Buick's tall wagon is again and again overshadowed by its competition.
The Q50 Red Sport has a lot going for it, but it also has a tough time overcoming its faults.
The Murano isn't really a standout in its class, but still offers plenty of satisfaction.
Nissan's flagship sedan is short on sport.
The 2019 Toyota Camry should be on your short list for a competent, though not thrilling, commuter.
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 competition provides more of what interests today's luxury sports sedan buyer.
If you want a convertible that's engaging to drive and able to carry three of your friends, look no further.
All substance and no style, the 2019 Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid is a practical and flexible dip into the world of plug-ins for those not quite ready for a full EV.
There's still a lot to love about the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas, from the excellent tech to the spacious, quiet cabin, but now that we've had time to settle in, there are a few nits to pick.
The 2019 Chevrolet Equinox ticks a lot of boxes, but those looking to stand out in the crowd should look elsewhere.
Toyota's three-row crossover still has plenty to offer, but is in need of an update.
An odd balance of "bigger is better" and "less is more," the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan has nevertheless matured significantly for its second-gen model.
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.
A strong luxury choice in the subcompact crossover segment.
The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas doesn't do much to inspire emotion, but the three-row SUV is well-built and should satisfy most consumers.
It looks nice, and its interior is elegantly designed and roomy, but the Land Rover Discovery Sport is annoying to drive and overpriced for what it delivers.