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It only took a week for us to fall in love with the Mazda3. The subsequent weeks and destination-less drives only made the attraction stronger. Read more.
Not the most dynamically equipped crossover, but the CX-30’s refreshing cabin design and impeccable craftsmanship puts it at the top of our recommended list of small SUVs under $30,000. Read more.
Even after forty years in production, Mercedes has managed to rewrite the textbook with the G 63 and compound the best it has to offer into an unparallelled and unexpected road warrior. Read more.
If you are looking to minimize your carbon footprint and an SUV does not tickle your fancy, then there really is no better way to go than this hybrid sedan. Read more.
The ST is a lazy upgrade from a mix of leftover materials that do little to elevate the driving experience, and instead gives Ford an easy entrance to performance credentials and a slice of the market. Read more.
Lincoln still has their work cut out for them but the Aviator remains a genuine three-row luxury entrant that deserves a solid chance. Read more.
Plagued with an inconsistent gearbox and aging interior, the ILX may not be the freshest apple in the basket but it delivers a refreshingly analog and characterful drive. Read more.
While there may be little emotion attached to the CR-V, there’s no denying the logic and rationality that went into its design and cabin ergonomics. Read more.
Despite the lack of forward-thinking innovation, the Forester remains an honest and effective family-hauling SUV. Read more.
More power, more presence, and more driver customizability put the X5 M and X6 M duo at the top of the charts. Read more.
A monumental leap forward from the MKC that preceded it not only in terms of driving refinement, but with interior layout and quality. Read more.
The prime choice for a cosseting, comfortable, and effective long distance chariot. Read more.
The swansong of the free-breathing V12, and it must be celebrated, it must be driven, and it must be savoured. Read more.
If you have the means to take advantage of its zero-emission capabilities, and your commute is short, the XC90 T8 is a worthy admission to your garage. Otherwise, look for the more refined T5 engine. Read more.
It’s a shame that the sedan market is dwindling, especially when luxury cruisers like the Lexus ES 300h are so capable, comfortable, and pampering. Read more.
Though an effective and well-rounded SUV that carries zero-emission capability, this $90,000 XC60 PE is just too expensive to be considered a top choice. Read more.
Teaching an old dog new tricks only gets you so far but for the GX 460, it works, for now. Read more.
A sleek, refined, and quintessentially British take on the sports sedan, and it deserves more attention. Read more.
Initially attractive, the NX loses its magic when compared with the equally impressive Toyota RAV4 that does the same job, albeit better in some areas, and for less money. Read more.
The JCW’s significant horsepower upgrade helps to mask the Countryman’s inherent weight penalties and makes it the most versatile MINI to date. Read more.
We flew up to brisky Manitoba to sample nearly every 4MATIC and AMG product in the silver star's portfolio. Read more.
Retaining the familiarity as a dependable and versatile wagon, but now with added features, better off-road capability, and a turbocharged powertrain. Read more.
Lexus plays it safe for 2020, with only minor tweaks to its best-selling SUV. Read more.
An analog experience that may fall behind in some areas, but the core essence of what makes this rally-derived sedan such a joy to drive remains. Read more.
While the Stinger hasn’t robbed its European rivals of the spotlight, it sure as hell put them on notice. Read more.
While it doesn’t move the needle forward, Mitsubishi’s entry-level SUV remains an effective, all-weather, and no-frills commuter tool for small families and the like. Read more.
First-class, four-wheel travelling for you and six other lucky companions. Read more.
Value and a convincingly premium interior do little to draw us away from a 3 Series or C-Class. Read more.
The M550i comes 80% of being an M5 but with a more mature attitude, a less shouty exhaust, and is dripping in sleeper status material. That’s just my kind of 5 Series. Read more.
Not the Polestar wagon we want, but still a well-rounded product that is more than the sum of its parts. Read more.
BMW's stellar compact crossover soldiers on into 2020 with subtle but meaningful upgrades. Read more.
Eight-passenger capability, an impressive towing capacity, and a decent starting price, all dressed in an appealing package, can be tough to come by. The Armada, just isn’t it. Read more.
The lack of cohesion from the trick powertrain, disconnected driving experience, and average real-world fuel efficiency, have us looking elsewhere. Read more.
The new GLB carves a seven-seater niche with a well-packaged interior, feature-rich cabin, and oodles of nail-biting performance. Read more.
Volkswagen’s interpretation of a slightly more affordable but no less sexy Audi sportback sedan. Read more.
It may not be the quickest compact performance SUV, but it sure as hell makes the biggest entrance. Read more.
A strong winter beater candidate but while there's a lot to like about the new four-wheel driven Altima, there's just not enough to love. Read more.
Respectable range, hatchback practicality, and a feature-rich cabin give the Kia Niro EV an electric edge. Read more.