Crossovers are all well and good, if what you really need is a hatchback or a sedan, but if you've got a large family and you don't want to drive a minivan, there's really only one choice in the world of quickly vanishing SUVs: the Dodge Durango. And if you want an SUV that will not only take the family on vacation, but could do ok on a track, for some reason, you need the Dodge Durango R/T.
We have driven several iterations of Volkswagen's new MQB modular platform - from the lowly Golf TSI S to the fancy-and-unbelievably-quick Audi S3. But now that we've had our porridge both too hot and too cold, it's time to dive into something that feels just right - the Golf GTI. The GTI has been around almost as long as the Golf itself has, and this hot hatch has helped define a small, enthusiast-backed segment that has more competitors than ever before. Thankfully, this car's better than it's ever been.
The Ford Mustang, perhaps more than any other semi-new revival of a very old car (see Mini Cooper, Fiat 500, Dodge Challenger, etc.), manages the difficult task of keeping some sense of the classic car alive while simultaneously making it fit in with modern sensibilities.
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