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Pay for the whole track, but you'll only need the line.

Suspension by Multimatic, brakes by Brembo, tires by Goodyear. Smiles by whoever's driving.

The finely tailored Italian crossover that doesn't come with an exorbitant price tag.

Use this video to decide which one to buy.

They're the same, but different.

Effortlessly quick, impressively athletic, and surprisingly comfortable.

Superfast? Agreed.

Go about your daily driving with confidence with this capable, fuel-sipping motor.

Its impressive fuel economy figures are a breeze to achieve.

This time around, the Camry will be more deserving of its popularity.

We take a fresh look at the plug-in Prius with an eye toward its Korean competition.

The Prius Prime offers more eco-engagement than the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid.

The red-badged Civic finally makes its way to the States. It does not disappoint.

It was worth the wait.

We find that a couple factory options make the whole car more fun.

This sedan transitions between calm and aggressive with ease.

Can modified Type-R guts make up for killing the V6?

Less is more under the hood of the Accord.

One rare misstep by Honda. One where it nails the details.

The thinking from Honda is that each of these powertrains is best for a certain customer.

More than just a CC-successor.

Truly, a work of fashion.

The XC90 is bigger, but this crossover is more important.

Volvo's best seller gets better.

Why you should save some money and skip the more expensive 540i.

BMW's current 2.0-liter turbo is more powerful than the last naturally aspirated straight-six you could buy in a 5 Series in America.

The alternative is a gasoline engine that requires premium fuel.

We find comfort in a traditional V6-powered crossover.

There's plenty of room in this thing, too.

An electric car that puts the car first.

Electricity, delivered in a familiar package.

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