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If you have the money, it's difficult to find a better all-weather, every-day all-arounder than this.
Why buy a performance SUV? Mercedes’ gorgeous AMG E63 S Wagon will handle the same tasks with more power and better driving dynamics.
The Sport Turismo trim is the icing on Porsche’s already delicious Panamera cake.
Porsche’s all-wheel-drive, plug-in Panamera 4 E-Hybrid is a well-rounded and nicely executed sports car with thoughtful hints of green.
The E300 is a high-tech machine with plenty of luxury features. The smooth ride and willing, although not eager, chassis make it a comfortable and pleasant midsize sedan.
Whether you're after fuel thrift or driving excitement, the Volvo V60 Polestar delivers.
A stylish, luxurious, nice-driving hauler, the Volvo V60 wagon is easy to live with every day.
Although it requires a small learning curve, the 2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country delivers luxury with a lean toward the rugged in a thoroughly modern wagon, with few competitors in sight.
The 2017 BMW 330e gives a taste of electric driving, with its associated efficiency, in a competent sport sedan, but its multiple combinations of drive modes will really appeal to number nerds.
The 2019 Chevrolet Bolt is still one of the best EVs on the road, with range that nearly eliminates anxiety, but it faces strong opposition from more fully equipped competitors.
Volkswagen's Golf Alltrack is one of our favorite all-rounders; a car we’d be happy to live with on the daily.
The 2016 Toyota Prius is the most fuel efficient car without a plug, but it's also surprisingly easy to live with thanks to its spacious comfortable cabin and an assortment of smart tech amenities.
The Volvo V90 Cross Country packs SUV utility with a big helping of luxury.
The Soul is a paragon of practicality that offers oodles of character.
If you want newfangled tech but a traditional luxury feel, the QX50 is worth your attention.
Electrification transforms the 2015 Kia Soul EV, already one of the automaker's best cars, into an excellent first entry into the small EV market and rockets it to the head of its class.
The expensive station wagon segment isn't very big, but the V90 is worth a long look.
If you don’t want a crossover like everyone else in your neighborhood, the Sportwagen offers a different take on a practical package.