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For the select few who desire an EV but want a sweet driving experience, this i3s provides it all.
Navigating its way north on the SUV short list.
The right SUV, at the right time.
The generously appointed cabin and silky straight-six propel the X3 into another level of balance and refinement.
When SUVs rule the world.
Snorts, farts, and burps. This is the X5 M soundtrack. Headphones in, volume up!
For the family in need of a 2-in-1 compromise, the Durango SRT is both muscle car and family van.
Hear the 6.4L HEMI V8 in all of its muscle SUV glory in our latest episode of Exhaust Notes.
Handsome sheetmetal, a sportback roofline, and a heavy dose of sporting performance make the new Regal more compelling than ever.
Bringing the Enclave back up to modern standards.
The purple elephant in the Cadillac stable.
The new king of the hill, for now.
Can a diesel engine give the Equinox an upper edge in this heated SUV segment? Watch to find out.
The new Challenger GT trades in the juvenile excitement of rear tire fires for the practical sensibilities of all-weather traction.
Find out whether Nissan is able to set the Pathfinder apart from the rest of the competition, and if it's worth your pretty penny.
Not enough GT, not enough sport.
Five-passenger capacity, a 5-speed transmission, and no automatic air conditioning? Don't fret, there is more to the 4Runner than meets the eye.
The Aviator nameplate is back, and it has gone electric!
The battle for luxury sedan supremacy.
Listen to the wail of this supercharged feline with its 5.0-litre V8. It doesn't have the crackles of the F-Type but its still got that signature raspy howl.