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With a bold new look, more tech and better handling, Lexus' most affordable sedan aims for broadband appeal.
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.
When it comes to driving dynamics, the BMW M4 is tops in the performance coupe class.
The M550i is a great choice for folks who want near-M5 performance with a price tag that won't kill your wallet.
If you want newfangled tech but a traditional luxury feel, the QX50 is worth your attention.
Why buy a performance SUV? Mercedes’ gorgeous AMG E63 S Wagon will handle the same tasks with more power and better driving dynamics.
The latest full-size SUV is improved, but struggles to keep up with a healthy group of competitors.
The Q50 Red Sport has a lot going for it, but it also has a tough time overcoming its faults.
Porsche’s all-wheel-drive, plug-in Panamera 4 E-Hybrid is a well-rounded and nicely executed sports car with thoughtful hints of green.
In terms of two-and-a-half-row luxury SUVs, the Q7 is the one to beat.
While not the sportiest crossover on the market, this three-row family-hauler is a satisfying and comfortable ride.
The 2018 Cadillac CT6 is a solid luxury value with outstanding driver assistance tech.
When it comes to mammoth luxury SUVs, the Cadillac Escalade ESV and new Lincoln Navigator L are slugging it out for the top spot in the segment.
The 2018 Smart Fortwo is an interesting, but ultimately very niche electric car. However, it's the high price and relatively low cruising range that stay our recommendation.
It's expensive, but if you want a solid blend of performance and family-friendly usability, the SQ5 is worth a gander.
A stellar little coupe that can handle the back road twisties and inclement weather with ease.
Yes, the 2018 Mini Countryman PHEV is the most fuel-efficient Mini, but only if you plug in often. Without regular recharges, it becomes difficult to justify the price premium for relative small mpg gains.
The 2018 Acura TLX is a decent value for an entry-level luxury sedan, but it's easily outshined by the newer, cheaper and similarly-appointed Honda Accord.