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The Ford Escape boasts strong cabin and driver-aid suite, but doesn't stand apart from competition.
This cheeky little crossover gets spruced up with more rugged styling and new equipment.
The initial variants of Ford's first all-electric crossover might only have a tenuous connection to the badge on the back, but boy howdy, they're still pretty darn great.
Don't let its compact crossover bones fool you. Ford's smaller Bronco Sport can tackle some serious trails and is solid on-road, too.
Today, the country's best-selling vehicle gets bionic muscles from a PowerBoost hybrid, plus it has a built-in generator. Tomorrow? Hands-free driving.
When you need to haul loads of folks or freight, the Ford Transit van is tough to top.
The Nissan Leaf Plus boasts key improvements over the base model, but it's still not as compelling as competing EVs.
The Maxima is like a small cup of espresso, enough to give you a jolt but it doesn't make your heart race.
For those who need to go big and go home, the Expedition Max is a solid choice.
The Ford Ranger is a middle-of-the-road pickup, neither enticing nor greatly offending.
A complete Mustang package that doesn't have to make any apologies.
That new engine and transmission duet is a real winner, which bodes well for the next-generation, 2021 Frontier. As for the current model, you'd best hold off until that new version goes on sale.
No longer a penalty box, the 2020 Nissan Sentra offers a lot of standard features for a compelling price.
The 2020 Nissan Titan is a lot better than before, but it still can't keep up with the heavy hitters in the light-duty pickup class.
The Titan XD occupies an odd place in the pickup world by trying to blend the comfort and manageability of a half-ton rig with the towing-and-hauling confidence of a heavy-duty truck.
The Nissan Rogue is a decent compact crossover and remains a hot seller, but it is getting long in the tooth at this point.
The 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid is a pricey, but fuel-frugal people mover.
The GT-R Nismo is an incredible performance machine. But its $200,000-plus price tag means it costs almost twice as much as a base GT-R, and it simply isn’t twice the car.