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Exactly like a Boxster, but with a fixed roof and not as expensive.

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This Audi Q5 fighter is refined, but is that enough?

We drive Buick's first entry into the compact crossover market, which comes by way of China.

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New name, new engines, but the Boxster goodness is retained.

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An age-old Audi engine technology for a new generation.

The RS treatment looks good on the Audi TT. It drives even better.

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The Volkswagen of tall wagons

It's not a diesel. Can we stop talking about the diesel thing?

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Instead of AMG Lite, think of the 2017 E43 as the new performance norm and the forthcoming E63 as the overachiever.

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A good impression of German performance at a red-white-and-blue price.

It's stylish, has 325 horsepower and all-wheel drive, and uses an engine from a pickup truck. God bless America.

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Meet the self-accelerating car.

Yeah, it's prettier, but that's just the beginning.

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More. Better. Louder. Yes, all of that.

We drive the fastest full-production Jaguar.

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The biggest Jeep revisits its off-road heritage.

The Grand Cherokee has a serious off-roading variant once again, and we got a brief preview.

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Good first impression, but still no name.

The Ford Explorer-fighter is nearly ready for launch.

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It's fine.

It's hard to stand out in a class that doesn't stand out, and that's sort of the point.

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Where wants and needs collide, a niche appears.

The shy and boring need not apply. Drop the top, and eyes glue themselves to this unorthodox utility.

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We got a neeeeeeeew car! Read about what we chose and why.

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This sedan takes comfort seriously.

The 2017 Genesis G90 has a short options list, lots of room in back, and plenty of comfort. The new twin-turbo V6 also brings the twist.

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A land missile for the common man.

If you don't need every last ounce of track-ready insanity, Yamaha offers a less extreme, more affordable R1: the 2016 YZF-R1S.

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Volvo's flagship SUV impresses during its short stay in our fleet.

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More power and more towing capacity headline a short list of changes.

It looks a little different, but it's what's underneath the mild restyling that counts.

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It's unwaveringly pleasant, even on a twisty road.

Big luxury sedans get no respect, we tells ya.

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The first step toward a new company.

The British sports car is evolving, for the better.

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Somehow, the aluminum body isn't the big story here.

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