Divisive styling aside, the new BMW M440i impresses with its dynamic acuity, sweetheart of an engine, above par road manners, and gold standard of an infotainment unit. Read more.
Larger, more tech-focused, and more capable than ever before. Read more.
A steely-eyed and more exclusive version of a car that we already thought was damn near perfect. Read more.
There’s success to be found underneath that pretty sheetmetal. People just need to know it. Read more.
A stylish and slighty more spacious alternative to the popular RAV4. Read more.
An aesthetics package that reinforces the RX’s winning formula. Read more.
Another oxymoronic luxury off-roader hits the market, but with a storied badge and wonderfully composed road manners. Read more.
The need and demand for four-driven wheels. Read more.
There are few things in life that impart such a single-minded, cathartic experience, this being one of the legal ones. Read more.
Beaming with youthful energy while still keeping the brand’s DNA close to heart. Read more.
With grown up road manners and an army of new technology, the GLA now presents itself as less of a teenager, and more of a restrained professional. Read more.
Style, charm, and emotion still run strong with Alfa’s only SUV, and interior ergonomics and material choice are much improved this time around. Read more.
A performance benchmark within reasonable monetary reach, the Supra lives up to its name despite borrowing Germanic parts. Read more.
The hardcore MINI that we have all been waiting for. Read more.
Jeep's first desert-rated sand runner is more distinctive and more civilized than its Rubicon stablemate. Read more.
Aging like a fine wine. Read more.
Blazing a trail with plenty of potential in its lower and middle trims. Read more.
One of the most theatrical and dramatic entrants in the six-figure convertible hemisphere. Looks, sound, and charm, are all in the cards. Read more.
A seriously underrated drop top with an operatic voice and a gorgeous cabin design. Read more.
The most incapable capable car in the world, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Read more.
Not a traditional hairy-chested V product but a surprisingly vocal, engaging, and agile bruiser that will surely ring in new and loyal customers. Read more.
With decent cargo space and a heightened seating position, MINI’s largest vehicle will continue to be popular for those seeking charm and functionality mixed into one clever package. Read more.
Tried and true, but ready for a change. Read more.
Treading that fine line between being a luxury and a mainstream offering. Read more.
Though lacking speed and performance, the GLE 53 gains its advantage with an army of innovative tech, hybrid fluidity, and a whimsical AMG soundtrack. Read more.
Still a heavy hitter for the masses, no matter the body style. Read more.
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. Read more.
Delivering a sensory overload, the Type R remains one of the most engaging performance vehicles under $45,000. Read more.
Everything that you would expect from a three-row Cadillac, the good and the bad. Read more.
Sweep your ergonomic woes aside and you will find much to enjoy, from the elegant materials and sonorous exhaust note to its unique Italian road presence. Read more.
A compelling but pricey option for those seeking a muscle car inspired SUV. Read more.
The Passport is a breath of fresh air, and remains one of our top recommended SUVs of 2020. Read more.
Uncompromising, high-octane fun, stuffed into a compact footprint. Read more.
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. Read more.
An exceedingly effective family hauler that submerses its occupants in a first-class cabin worthy of the S-Class title. Read more.
Yokohama's newest all-season tire delivers performance, value, and a lengthy treadwear warranty. Read more.
The new sweet spot of the 992 range. Read more.
The revamped Sonata doesn’t topple the Camry or Accord but its ritzy interior and daring new looks should help stir up this rather dormant segment. Read more.
Maintaining the status quo as a dependable all-weather family sedan, now with more compliant road manners and subtle but positive tweaks to its interior design. Read more.
You no longer need to make excuses for the X6. It now has enough rear seat headroom and bewildering performance to become a well-rounded and justified SUV purchase. Read more.
More deserving of the ST badge than the Edge, but still an underwhelming performance SUV that fails to strike that fine balance between civil and sport duties. Read more.
Those wishing for a family companion that takes a more casual approach to driving, and checks all the boxes without breaking the bank, the Camry remains the gold standard. Read more.
Blending a healthy mix of urban-optimized sizing and a Goldilocks level of amenities and features. Read more.
Boulevard cruiser by day. Speed demon by night. Read more.
A thoroughbred supercar dressed up in a finely tailored suit, the GT balances world-class driving dynamics with grand touring qualities. Read more.
The significant entrance fee will test your resolve but if you’re careful with your options, you may just leave the dealership with a win and one of the best handling SUVs on the market. Read more.