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The 2020 Subaru Legacy is a little dull, but a feature-rich and comfortable midsize sedan.
With a more powerful engine and improvements to driver-assistance tech, Subaru's compact Crosstrek is now a more competitive option.
The Jetta is a good car, but you get the feeling VW isn't swinging for the fences with this product.
Volvo has built a damn good luxury sedan that's every bit as nice as what Germany Inc. offers these days.
The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer is a welcome entry in the segment, but many of its competitors are a better value.
This plug-in hybrid SUV offers the best of both worlds: shockingly low consumption and impressively high performance.
Hyundai absolutely nailed it with the Kona, full stop.
The Honda Civic is one of the most well-rounded small cars available today and an easy recommendation.
The Lexus NX isn't the most exciting entry in the compact luxury crossover class, but it remains a solid choice for people who prioritize comfort above all.
The 2020 Kia Forte GT is an excellent choice for enthusiast drivers on a budget.
The CR-V Hybrid lets you treat yourself without slapping your wallet around too hard.
As always, the Mazda MX-5 Miata is an absolute delight, though the Club model is perhaps a bit too starchy.
The Kia Seltos is an excellent choice for those who want a small, good-looking crossover that won't break the bank.
The 2020 Volkswagen Golf is a real back-to-basics car, a versatile hauler that isn't necessarily fun, though it is still satisfying.
With much of its competition limited to four-door models, the Civic Si Coupe carves out a fun little niche that it occupies with near perfection.
The Honda Accord 2.0T Sport is a family sedan for driving enthusiasts.
Toyota's ubiquitous family hauler is better than ever and worth your attention.
The only reason not to get a Chrysler Pacifica today is because the refreshed 2021 model is set to go on sale in the fourth quarter of the year.