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Jaguar's playful 2018 E-Pace is an extremely stylish and fun little luxury SUV, but inconsistent and at times unreliable tech make it hard to recommend over the strong competition in this class.
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.
If you need a full-time van with a part-time focus on people-moving, the Transit Connect is a decent choice.
If you want a solid, no-frills work truck, get a Tundra. If you want a comfortable and capable daily driver, get something else.
The Lexus IS 350 offers a class-competitive driving experience, but overall, it feels behind the curve.
If you're looking for soft and comfortable, the Passat might be a good choice, but there are much better offerings in the segment.
While still pretty seriously compromised on pavement, the new Wrangler is nonetheless a huge step forward.
The midsize SUV for those on the hunt for a pure and simple ride.
The Nissan Z car is still a treat to drive, but a redesign is needed soon.
This three-row crossover is seriously polished and comfortable, with an upscale cabin and loads of useful features.
The updated Passat stays the course while the North American sedan market burns around it.
Off-roaders have been clamoring for a diesel-powered Jeep Wrangler. Now that it's here, it's time to hit the trails.
More features, more tech and, yes, more driving range. Chevy's electric Bolt charges into 2020 with a number of improvements.
Lincoln's new compact SUV makes a solid first impression, cramming many of the same luxury features and smart technologies of the larger Aviator into a smaller, more accessible frame.
Ford's new EcoBoost High Performance Package makes the base, turbocharged Mustang a viable choice for pony-car thrills.
The Ford Escape gets a ground-up redesign, packing sleeker looks, efficient powertrains and a strong tech game.
Don't judge this book by its cover; the 2020 Subaru Legacy may look anonymous, but it's an extremely competitive midsize sedan.
Subaru's tall crossover still tackles trails with relative ease, but improvements to tech and on-road performance make the Outback much easier to live with.