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It was high time Ford needed to redo its big Expedition, and that they did for the 2018 model year but with more than pretty much anyone ever expected.
Their Stinger GT is its first bonafide sports sedan, and it's positively mindblowing how good it is, and not just for a freshman model.
It seems that no sedan today is safe from the guillotine, and anyone could be next if the sales are any indication. Even those that are still selling in big volumes but on the decline could go away.
Cadillac is banking on its entry-level crossover, though there's nothing really entry-level about this luxury five-passenger crossover that looks even better than its more creased XT5 big brother.
Well, Toyota just one-upped themselves and introduced a TRD (Toyota Racing Development) version of the Camry. That's really big news, folks.
Could it be that Infiniti's new QX50 crossover goes toe-to-toe for sexiness with the Q60 coupe. That's right, the QX50 might just have the best lines of any crossover out there.
If you can't afford the rather pricey BMW, you can find similar driving fun and interior style and quality in the Mazda CX-3. Let's take a closer look at both of them to see how they stack up.
If you've never driven a manual transmission car, you haven't lived. Now, Kia's getting rid of it in one of their most entertaining vehicles, the Rio.
A lot of crossovers can cram just about everything inside. But with the subcompact, compact, and even the mid-size crossovers, there's still some compromise when it comes to 2nd-row seats.
Acura has spent the time redesigning the RDX well since the third-generation small luxury crossover looks and feels nothing like the two that came before it.
What once seemed on the outskirts for many car buyers has become a serious consideration, and EVs are here to stay. Here are five reasons why you should consider buying one.
But the new kid on the block, the Insight Hybrid, is the model's first foray into the sedan segment. The question is how do these two stack up against each other, and why do they both exist?
Choosing the right car isn't easy, so we want to help by telling you what we'd buy with our own money. Today, we're covering midsize crossovers, a segment that cuts a wide swath across the industry.
The one weak link in the muscle car formula is the interior. They tend to be horrendous when it comes to ergonomics and visibility. Only one of them does it well.
Most cars these days are pretty good, but some are truly surprising. One that really surprised us was the 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo.