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Borrowing its tech from the larger 7 Series and its performance from a long BMW tradition, the 2017 BMW 5 Series is the best it's been in years and still one of the best luxury sedans on the road.
Toyota's smallest car offers big upgrades in both the looks and tech departments.
The 2017 Lexus IS 200t offers an enjoyable ride with plenty of features, but should be purchased without the Remote Touch handle.
The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid may not be a Prius-killer -- even with its excellent mpg -- but it's certainly a solid competitor worthy of consideration for eco-minded and budget-conscious buyers.
A most excellent track-ready sports sedan that also offers good daily driving characteristics.
If you want a slightly sportier offering than the competition that won't break the bank, the Civic Hatchback Sport is a very tough act to beat.
A smart and refined driving experience.
While power figures haven't changed, Subaru boosted the WRX and STI's performance and tech cred. And no, you still can't have it in a hatchback.
The 6.2-liter supercharged V8 pushes the Hellcat to a top speed of 204 mph.
The 2017 S550 Cabriolet maintains the strengths of Mercedes-Benz S-Class vehicles, showing off a luxury exemplified in driving character and cabin appointments, while offering top-down driving rarely found in its segment.
The 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid makes many small, but positive changes that make this already competent midsize hybrid yet easier to recommend.
The 2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid makes a solid midsize sedan choice for its fuel economy and power, but it will need a generational update to catch up to the competition, which is beating it in fuel economy and cabin tech.
It might not look all that different, but don't worry, because all the good changes are hidden under its skin.
The Clarity Fuel Cell's only tailpipe emission is water so clean that I could drink it. No, I didn't actually drink it, but I could if I wanted to.
After an embarrassingly short run with the ELR, Cadillac tries electrification again with a plug-in hybrid version of its CT6 luxury flagship.
For this money, you won't find a better hot hatch in the US.
Other than a few small tweaks, it's business as usual for Nissan's littlest hatchback.
You get what you see with the Yaris iA, including camera-based collision prevention, but its low power and cheap suspension don't make for driving enjoyment.