Not that you'd be able to tell, but the BMW X6 is all new for 2015. This second-generation swoopy-coupe-roofed SUV-crossover-thing (it defies convention, honestly) is both longer and wider than it was before, yet it weighs about 140 pounds less than it did a year ago. The rear buckets have been replaced with a bench, as well. But perhaps the best thing about the new X6 is what's under the hood of the new X6M.
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.
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