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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.

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The British SUV that thinks it's a sport sedan.

Jaguar came late to the crossover party but definitely did things right.

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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.

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What took you so long?

We take Maserati's first crossover off-road so you don't have to.

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The Malibu of compacts.

Comfortable and efficient, the new second-generation 2016 Chevrolet Cruze is the Malibu of compacts.

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Because not every California T buyer wants a softer Ferrari.

The HS package turns the California T into something that's stiffer and faster and more fun. The trade-off is a slightly firmer ride.

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Optimized for drivability, not just speed.

Designed for the S60, V60, and XC60 in T6 AWD trim, this ECU upgrade is supposed to improve drivability instead of outright speed.

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Fun, entertaining, quick, and handsome... just like its little brother.

Audi's new TTS evolves the look of the second-generation and has plenty of firepower, but it's not much more exciting or dynamic than the base car.

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Nothing to get excited about, but still a recipe for success.

The 2016 Nissan Sentra won't wow you in any one way. But it's still a competent compact car that offers a lot of features for not a lot of money.

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A dynamic charmer, but an emotional letdown.

The Mercedes-Benz C450 AMG offers excellent driving dynamics, but after a week behind the wheel, it failed to make the vital emotional argument it needs.

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Setting the stage for the next generation of minivans.

Chrysler invented the minivan 30 years ago. Now, it's poised to deliver a new people-mover, the Pacifica, that could set the stage for the next 30 years.

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Don't think, "Why?" Think, "Why not?"

It may seem like a silly idea, but the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible is a fun, four-seat drop-top that offers capability and comfort in spades.

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A techie looks better in a fitted suit than a hoodie.

Few besides the faithful will quickly spot the difference, but the 2017 Audi A4 packs slick advancements in a tidy package to fend off BMW and Mercedes.

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Four cylinders are not a compromise.

We test drive the 2016 Chevy Camaro Convertible with its new turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine.

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Germany's 12-cylinder, capital convertible.

The 2017 Mercedes-AMG SL looks better than its predecessor, but the driving dynamics are largely the same. No problem; this is Germany's capital convertible.

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The first all-electric SUV is buggy and ludicriously awesome.

We finally get to test drive the Tesla Model X. Despite all the fun we had, we noticed a few bugs. These might be a problem come time for the Model 3.

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Comfortably brilliant.

The McLaren 675LT exhibits the widest gap between ultimate comfort and ultimate performance of any car we've ever driven.

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In which Cadillac advances the SRX's game, but dares softly.

The 2017 XT5 picks up where the Cadillac SRX left off, offering everything buyers need for the highways-and-shopping-malls ownership experience.

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It isn't the world's first self-driving car. But it's damn close.

How does the Mercedes-Benz E-Class drive? We think it's pretty good. But we're more confident in our riding impression. The E-Class rides very well, even from the driver's seat. The 2017 E300 is the closest thing on the market today to a self-driving car.

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Look past that funny face and Kia's new Sportage is a well-rounded, competent crossover.

There's nothing revolutionary or super exciting about the 2017 Sportage, and that's fine. Kia's midsize CUV is bound to be a hot seller.

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The blue chip convertible gets pretty again.

The 2017 Mercedes SL isn't too different from an engineering standpoint, and that's okay. The good news is, it's pretty again.

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