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A well-mannered crossover with enough tech and versatility to be truly valued as a premium offering. Read more.
Don't be fooled by the Sport badge. The Q60 instead offers accessible power, emotional styling, and above all, everyday comfort. Read more.
When you consider value, practicality, and standard features alone, it's easy to forgive the Leaf's shortcomings. Read more.
The RS5 downsizes and goes turbocharged, but what it loses in noise it gains in a massive wall of torque. Read more.
Magical four-cylinder sorcery, brought to you by Affalterbach. Read more.
An aging dinosaur wearing a Uniqlo shirt. Read more.
We test a bare bone Range Rover Sport with no options equipped. Is it enough to pamper our needs, or does this luxury SUV fall apart without its expensive accoutrements? Read more.
Can the segment of large executive sedans be won over by good value alone? That's what Genesis is betting on. Read more.
Droptops don’t get more refined, relaxing, or as plush as this. Read more.
Cadillac's inaugural hands-free driving feature impressed us with its simplicity and well defined boundaries of use. Read more.
The most refined, balanced, and powerful M3 to date. This is what BMW should have given us from the very beginning. Read more.
The S90 is an electrifyingly charming sedan but does adding an electric motor harm any of its allure? Read more.
Godzilla has still got bite. Read more.
The changes for 2018 are minor but make a notable difference to the overall user and driver experience. Read more.
Aging like a fine wine. Read more.
Good things do not always come in small packages. Read more.
The right SUV, at the right time. Read more.
The generously appointed cabin and silky straight-six propel the X3 into another level of balance and refinement. Read more.
Buick has infused their mid-size sedan with a sportback roofline and a heavy dose of sporting performance. We take it to Tofino to properly put the Regal through its paces. Read more.
The purple elephant in the Cadillac stable. Read more.
The new Challenger GT trades in the juvenile excitement of rear tire fires for the practical sensibilities of all-weather traction. Read more.
Not enough GT, not enough sport. Read more.
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. Read more.
The battle for luxury sedan supremacy. Read more.
Who would spend $120,000 on a station wagon? Well, for a 603-hp one for starters. Read more.
While other manufacturers have promised electrically-assisted vehicles, few have materialized in usable form, making the 530e not only a bargain in the range but a rarity too. Read more.
The SUV alternative for those looking for practicality but in a sleeker package. Read more.
The Sport is there, we just have yet to find it. Read more.
The Faustian feline. Read more.
Looks like a flower but stings like a bee. Read more.
Sublime road manners, spacious rear accommodations, and droolworthy looks put the Velar at the top of our shortlist. Read more.
Imbued with modern features and cavernous rear seats, the Expedition establishes itself as the dominant figure in the full-size segment. Read more.
Sport not included. Read more.
A GLA-morously chic hatchback with a spritely powertrain and a premium badge. Read more.
The insatiable lust and appetite for crossovers continues to astonish me. Read more.
The X1 is a standout crossover thanks to a strong mix of good driving dynamics, excellent build quality, and unwavering practicality. Read more.
The beloved Yukon receives a new front grill, 10-speed gearbox, and a wood interior trim, but is it enough? Read more.
Cadillac's first foray into semi-autonomous technology impressed us with its simplicity and well-defined boundaries of use, though it may only appeal to a select few who frequent highways or long distance driving. Read more.
The Tahoe gets a few notable aesthetic and performance upgrades, including the 6.2L V8 from the Escalade and 10-speed auto from the Camaro ZL1. Read more.
This is a no-frills electric hatchback for the pragmatic consumer, and it delivers on all expected fronts. Read more.