It's the exception that proves that fun rules.
The 2016 Porsche 911 R is the antidote for the unrelenting progress blues. It's the 911 with soul.
In today's competitive environment, evolution favors the turbocharger.
The 2017 Audi S5 doesn't look much different than its predecessor but evolves to suit the market. That means turbos, and no manual.
We drive all three, from C300 to C63 S.
Godzilla goes to finishing school.
The Nissan GT-R's appeal has always stemmed from its violent acceleration and singular focus on forward motion. For 2017, it also learned some manners.
The quick crossover proves itself worthy on Pikes Peak.
With 360 hp and a host of tweaks, the 2017 Macan GTS might be the most fun-to-drive crossover anyone's ever built.
More power, with a grand touring vibe.
Fiat's roadster hails from Hiroshima, but it doesn't subscribe to Mazda's low-power philosophy. It's truly its own car, but is it better than the MX-5?
Sometimes, buying on a budget isn't so bad.
Conventional gearhead wisdom says to go for the biggest, most powerful engine. The Cooper Convertible isn't a conventional car.
With a few rough edges smoothed, this Defender is a lovable brute.
West Coast Defenders works its magic to bring a rugged, stalwart SUV into the 21st century. Mostly.
McLaren's cars are fast, but aside from brutal speed they leave us somewhat cold. The 570GT looks to add some comfort and character to the lineup.
It may not be for everybody, but it’s refreshingly perfect for some.
If there's such a thing as a driver's crossover, this is it.
The big goal for Ford on this refresh is: Don't. Screw. It. Up. It hasn't. This is a sweet natured car with a good ride and an interior that's easy to like.
Style striving for sportiness.
We drive the 2017 Mercedes C-Class Coupe. We liked its sedan sibling, but do two fewer doors really make for a sportier vibe?
Slimmed down for summer.
The new 2017 GMC Acadia is around 700 lbs lighter and gains a new base engine. Size matters, but in this case a smaller Acadia is a better Acadia.
A rational choice moored in a sea of irrational buyers.
It's more comfortable, more efficient, and easier to live with than traditional pickups. But will it sell?
A quieter, lighter, cheaper, but thirstier XD.
Nissan has released an XD without a Cummins badge or any hint of big-truck soundtrack. We see how the 5.6-liter gas V8 compares to its diesel sibling.
With radical changes coming in hot from Gaydon, the DB11 isn't just an all-new car; it's nothing short of golden opportunity to reinvent the brand.
The British SUV that thinks it's a sport sedan.
Jaguar came late to the crossover party but definitely did things right.
The 2017 Ford Escape is a big improvement on what was an already remarkable crossover, and the customer-focused changes pay dividends to the Escape faithful.
What took you so long?
We take Maserati's first crossover off-road so you don't have to.
This must be the sauciest Morgan to ever leave the company's Pickersleigh Road works.
An antediluvian roadster with a Cosworth-tuned Ford Duratec 2.0-liter which red lines at 8,000 rpm. Has any Morgan ever screamed as hard as this?
The Malibu of compacts.
Comfortable and efficient, the new second-generation 2016 Chevrolet Cruze is the Malibu of compacts.
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