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The 6.2-liter supercharged V8 pushes the Hellcat to a top speed of 204 mph.
Where most cars focus on quiet control, the 500 Abarth's ragged engine note and questionable handling will frequently spike your adrenaline.
If you expect to go off-road, the Trailhawk is a great choice. However, if you plan to stay in civilization, the top-of-the-line Overland trim line may be the better choice.
The Aventador is not an everyday supercar, which is exactly what makes it so delightful.
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.
McLaren's least-expensive offering is also its most compelling.
Starting at $37,995, the 2016 Challenger R/T Scat Pack provides an excellent value for muscle-car enthusiasts.
For this money, you won't find a better hot hatch in the US.
If you like your cars like you like your coffee, namely hot, you'll enjoy the Subaru WRX STI.
If you have the personal infrastructure to support charging the Model S at home, the 60 kWh battery is a good option for those who want electric power and cutting-edge features at Tesla's lowest price.
The Lexus GS F is outgunned in the power department, but it's still a worthy high-performance sedan offering an attractive mix of punch, handling, looks, luxury and involvement from behind the wheel.
One of the best driving experiences on the planet.
The 2016 Subaru Crosstrek may measure on the smaller side for an SUV, but it exhibits all the driving capability of its bigger siblings, both on and off-road. Cabin electronics may not be the latest and greatest, but active safety technologies count for a lot.
While not as off-road worthy as the SVT Raptor, the Roush F-150 SC still offers enough capabilities off pavement, while also being an absolute terror on the street.
On paper, the 2016.5 Mazda CX-5 is another solid choice for a small SUV. On the road, its dynamic feel and attention to driving detail elevate it head and shoulders above the rest of the class.
Sporting an impressive technical loadout, but packing a powertrain that's not exactly eager, Chevrolet's massively revised 2016 Cruze is a solid middle-of-the-road choice for folks who want a solid commuter that isn't stuck in the 20th century.
The Wrangler Rubicon lets drivers take on whatever endeavor they choose, but they may pay for it in on-road comfort and media connectivity.
While it's a good truck, it's tough to justify spending upward of $30,000 on a Pro-4x when the competition offers more features and a modern design.