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Updates for 2018 make the Ghibli better than before, but it still faces a steep climb to the top of the mountain.
The Cayman GTS is the finest expression of the 718 range, and a true performance value among Porsche's sports cars.
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.
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 standard among performance sedans.
Why Porsche’s range-topping 718 GTS models are also the best value.
In terms of two-and-a-half-row luxury SUVs, the Q7 is the one to beat.
While not the sportiest crossover on the market, this three-row family-hauler is a satisfying and comfortable ride.
The RST packages add a more entertaining drive character and sharper looks to the practical and capable Chevrolet Tahoe SUV.
The GMC Terrain Denali may be worth the price of admission for people who value flashy exterior style and sportier handling, but people expecting a more luxurious ride for the money will want to look elsewhere.
If you don't mind the old tech, the V60 Polestar is a car that begs to be enjoyed, and it's not too hard to do exactly that.
It's more efficient, more agile and has smarter tech than before, but it's still a 'Stang with a standard Line Lock burnout mode!
The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio looks good and drives well, but often feels like it's getting by on style more than substance, as its sport performance is only middling and cabin technology only covers the basics.
A comprehensive infotainment overhaul and an almost-here plug-in hybrid model add intrigue and capability to Land Rover's venerable luxury SUV.
Despite the fact that the 2018 Audi S5 Cabriolet faces little competition in the premium four-seat convertible segment, the car still shows exceptional performance and in-cabin electronics, enhancing driving in city and country. Plus, massage seats come standard.
Sure, the design is a bit long in the tooth and it lacks any driver's aids, but Nissan's sports car carves a mean corner.
The driving dynamics are OK, but the Traverse's best tricks make life better for every other seat in the car.
Upgraded aero, suspension, tires and traction electronics make the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE a star on track.