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This is possibly the most 'Murican of all American trucks.
The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas doesn't do much to inspire emotion, but the three-row SUV is well-built and should satisfy most consumers.
The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio looks good and drives well, but often feels like it's getting by on style more than substance, as its sport performance is only middling and cabin technology only covers the basics.
After more than 90 years in continuous production and entering its eighth generation the Rolls-Royce Phantom works hard to make "the best car in the world" even better.
It's no Avista, but the Enclave is an attractive, capable three-row SUV for upper-middle families with lots of stuff to do and see.
A comprehensive infotainment overhaul and an almost-here plug-in hybrid model add intrigue and capability to Land Rover's venerable luxury SUV.
The latest PHEV from the struggling Japanese company will come in under $35,000, with all-wheel drive standard.
Sure, the design is a bit long in the tooth and it lacks any driver's aids, but Nissan's sports car carves a mean corner.
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.
More power, more dashing looks and even the ability to lean into the corners -- just a few highlights from the refreshed S-Class Coupe.
Cheap cars used to feel, well, cheap. The Kia Rio doesn't... for the most part.
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.
Shapely hatchback bundles sprightly performance, expansive space and surprising features.
Sharpest-handling subcompact crossover SUV gets a bit more grown up with new convenience and safety features.
VW is determined to conquer every crossover segment possible, and the T-Roc should go a long way in that regard.
Go on, call it an "entry-level" car, I dare you.
The driving dynamics are OK, but the Traverse's best tricks make life better for every other seat in the car.