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A Firm Handshake Goes A Long Way

Jaguar's F-Type was just about perfect. But with the addition of a six-speed manual, it comes closer to hitting motoring nirvana.

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More Than Just A Sporty SUV

The Porsche Cayenne S gets a new 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6 for 2015. We take one out for a spin in California to see if it's still as engaging as the old V8 model.

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A Spot Of Luxury Camping To Reminds Us How Good Trucks Have Become

The American pickup truck has become one of the great "do-everything" vehicles of all time. We sample a Silverado Custom Sport model to detail what the good life is like.

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Jaguar's Different Take On The Base Model Has Plenty Of Appeal

The entry-level Jaguar XE comes with a diesel engine, but you wouldn't know from the way it drives. We take one for a Quick Spin.

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She's No Lady, She's A Machine

The 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS400 has squared off some of its feminine curves, and sharpened its demeanor to boot. Not unlike a certain 1980s 'Russian' ice princess we grew up admiring.

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Overlook At Your Own Risk

The Ford Edge is redesigned for 2015, and we take it for a Quick Spin to see how the new model measures up.

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Rounding Out The Package Without Dulling The Edges

Mazda's CX-5 has always been a small crossover with driverly appeal. The newest refresh may push it into the sweet spot of the segment, for everyone.

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STI Banishes Body Roll In Its JDM-Only Hauler

If you don't think that stiffened SUVs with bigger rubber and brakes can be a good time at the track, well, we'd encourage you to drive this Forester. Faster.

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Losing A Pedal Doesn't Mean Sacrificing Thrills

Is a car with an automatic less fun the same car with a manual gearbox? Well, not if the vehicle in question is a Fiat 500C Abarth and its six-speed auto.

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A Smooth Diesel Covers Up Some Wrinkles

Will a beloved diesel engine be enough to kickstart the heart of BMW's aging flagship luxury sedan?

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More Power, More Efficiency

Porsche's plug-in hybrid gets every adjective we expect of a successor from Stuttgart: more complex, more efficient, more powerful, and faster. We put the 2015 Panamera S E-Hybrid through its paces in Southern California.

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Driving Through Texan History Books In The Second-Banana Challenger

The Hellcat may have stolen the Challenger 392's thunder, but a trip from Austin to Johnson City, Texas teaches us that 485 horsepower isn't all bad.

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World's First Three-Row Plug-In Hybrid Has The Makings Of A Sleeper Hit

Volvo's new XC90 is an impressive luxury utility vehicle in any trim, but with the T8 plug-in hybrid powertrain it has the potential to shake up the segment. We drive the thing in Spain and report in.

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Drop The Top And Raise The Bar

The 2015 BMW 228i Convertible is a more grown-up take on the small premium convertible than was the outgoing 128i... though it may be a bit less special, too.

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What's The Price Of Compact Capability?

We take to the trails of Hollister Hills for our test of the all-new Jeep Renegade's off-road variant – the Trailhawk.

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Ram's Five-Seater Is Ready To Fight Ford

We've already dropped our First Drive of Ram's new entry in the light-commercial van segment, the ProMaster City. Now we go back for a quick second look; this time focusing on the five-passenger Wagon instead of the cargo variant.

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Eight-Speed Transmission Doesn't Hurt, Doesn't Help

The Aston Martin Vanquish is a stunning machine, indeed. And for 2015, there's a new eight-speed automatic transmission mated to that massive V12. Does that help Aston's $300,000 range-topping grand tourer? We take one for a Quick Spin to find out.

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One Man's Goldilocks Is Another Man's Overkill

Conventional wisdom would dictate that adding more power and several key performance enhancements to an already very good car, like the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S550 Coupe, will end up equaling an even better car. In the case of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Coupe, conventional wisdom sort of applies, but perhaps not as much as we'd have initially guessed.

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Turbocharged Oddity Ups Its Funk Factor

I didn't always like the Nissan Juke. When it launched in 2010, I just couldn't get over the way it looked – it came across as super weird, and kind of hideous at first blush. But I slowly warmed up to the funky little crossover/hatchback/thing, and after spending some time behind the wheel, I really learned to love Nissan's small wonder. It's a genuine hoot to drive, offering hot hatch-like thrills in a package that doesn't look like anything else on the road. The Nismo and RS models that

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VW Offers Up A Safety-First Facelift

The second-generation Volkswagen Touareg has been in production since 2010, and is therefore staring down the last part of its model cycle. To keep buyers interested, the company has undertaken a refresh of its upscale midsize SUV. As is typical of these things, the changes include some exterior and interior rejuvenation, as well as increased content levels and a slight uptick in price.

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Effectively Splitting The Middle Ground Between S and GT3

UPDATE: An earlier version of this story referenced the 911's six-speed manual transmission, but of course, Porsche uses a seven-speed manual in this car. The text has been changed to reflect this.

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