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The new Genesis G80 is a fully fledged and damn impressive luxury car.
The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody is an even better high-horsepower thriller than before.
This overhauled SUV is the Cadillac we've been promised for years, a true luxury contender with surprising tech chops.
The new Suburban is more comfortable and accommodating than ever, but make no mistake, it is a big vehicle and feels every bit like one.
The 2020 Mercedes-AMG G63 is an absolutely epic experience, even if it's mostly for novelty's sake.
The Chevy Bolt is a decent choice for an EV, but its competitors are all better buys.
Take a standard Corolla, stiffen it to high heaven and… yeah, that's about it, really.
The Nissan Leaf Plus boasts key improvements over the base model, but it's still not as compelling as competing EVs.
The GMC Yukon Denali has never been particularly premium or passenger friendly, but all that changes with this latest redesign.
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 Maxima is like a small cup of espresso, enough to give you a jolt but it doesn't make your heart race.
If you want a car as constantly tightly wound as you are, the 2020 Mercedes-AMG A35 is a sprightly sedan worth scooping up.
For those who need to go big and go home, the Expedition Max is a solid choice.
The Cadillac CT5-V is a worthy midgrade sport sedan option.
Honda further refines its segment-leading minivan for 2021 -- just don't expect any groundbreaking changes.
The 2020 Kia Niro PHEV is an affordable, fuel-efficient little crossover that's a great introduction to the electrified life.
I'm glad the Lexus GS F exists. It's an imperfect, but thoroughly enjoyable premium sport sedan. However, you could do much better for the money.