Not a traditional hairy-chested V product but a surprisingly vocal, engaging, and agile bruiser that will surely ring in new and loyal customers.
With decent cargo space and a heightened seating position, MINI’s largest vehicle will continue to be popular for those seeking charm and functionality.
Tried and true, but ready for a change.
Treading that fine line between being a luxury and a mainstream offering.
Though lacking speed and performance, the GLE 53 gains its advantage with an army of innovative tech, hybrid fluidity, and a strong AMG soundtrack.
Still a heavy hitter for the masses, no matter the body style.
Time will tell if the XT4 is favoured among young crossover buyers but the high starting price and cut-throat competition won’t make it easy.
Delivering a sensory overload, the Type R remains one of the most engaging performance vehicles under $45,000.
Everything that you would expect from a three-row Cadillac, the good and the bad.
Sweep your ergonomic woes aside and you will find much to enjoy, from the elegant materials and sonorous exhaust note to its Italian presence.
A compelling but pricey option for those seeking a muscle car inspired SUV.
The Passport is a breath of fresh air, and remains one of our top recommended SUVs of 2020.
Uncompromising, high-octane fun, stuffed into a compact footprint.
A tamer but no less hairy-chested 707-hp muscle car sedan that lights up a smile as much as it does its rear tires.
The mid-engined 621-hp halo car from Modena is finally unveiled, and aims to take Maserati to new heights.
An exceedingly effective family hauler that submerses its occupants in a first-class cabin worthy of the S-Class title.
Yokohama's newest all-season tire delivers performance, value, and a lengthy treadwear warranty.
Setting the luxury sedan bar even higher with sleek new sheetmetal, an army of innovative technology, and more powerful engines.
Ditch your cheap BMW jabs, the Ghost now rides on a bespoke platform and brings new tech and more opulence for its second-gen iteration.