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Part large luxury sedan, part canyon carver and part race-ready tool, the 2018 BMW M5 is the very best of everything BMW has to offer.
A really fun, really livable car that only really works if you ignore the cost and the competition.
High on style and technology, the 2019 Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.
The RS5 Coupe is a formidable grand tourer, and one heck of a daily driver. But as a full-fledged RS model, it's not quite as unhinged as expected.
The Land Rover Discovery is a fine choice for both on- and off-road shenanigans, but be prepared for infotainment frustrations.
We're not worthy.
If you keep your options in check, you won't be disappointed with any iteration of the F-150.
Ford’s latest Bullitt builds on its best-driving Mustang GT yet. Steve McQueen would approve.
BMW’s M5 is slightly more powerful and capable in Competition guise.
Though intended for race tracks, the AMG GT R still thrives and thrills when driven in the real world.
Although it doesn't stand out in any one area, the X3 is a decent all-around performer.
The Cayman GTS is the finest expression of the 718 range, and a true performance value among Porsche's sports cars.
The Nissan GT-R is better than ever in a number of ways, and while many of its inherent flaws remain, it’s still an instant classic.
The 2018 BMW 640i GT is good for folks who need more room, but don't want to go the full crossover route.
In the right conditions -- i.e., on a great canyon road -- the Stelvio Quadrifoglio excels. But as a daily driver, it’s a really tough sell.
If you have the coin, the Range Rover is a good choice for those who need one of the biggest SUVs available.
The Sportback is an excellent addition in the A4 and A5 lineup, blending all of the best parts of the series into one attractive package.
The new Audi S4's mixture of performance and comfort make it one of the best sports sedans out there.