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Just look at those hips.

Is this a new variant or just testing components for another car?

What's up with the goat, kid?

Eight-year-olds, dude.

On display in New York

From new paint colors to driver assistance technology.

The Dodge Demon, Jeep Trackhawk, and Toyota FT-4X are the spotlight reveals, so far.

Where to find the Big News in the Big Apple.

Same engine and transmission, but lots else is new.

Subaru promises a better ride and a quieter interior.

Two body styles, and neither is a traditional sedan.

Cars with hatches are cooler than cars with trunks, all other things being equal.

There was a time when you could buy a big Japanese wagon in America.

Here's a high-mileage 1995 Diamante wagon, spotted in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.

You don't need a Subaru to get to the mountains.

This 1983 Buick LeSabre Estate is just what you need for snowboarding trips in the Mountain Time Zone!

Weed, beer, snowboarding, Hunter S. Thompson, and 72 horsepower.

When you know you're a beater Subaru's final owner, why not personalize it with stickers from your favorite weed outlets? This '84 Leone wagon has taken its last trip to the mountains.

The sales king of the era of quirky four-wheel-drive Japanese subcompacts.

Here's a high-mile Denver example that got discarded at age 31.

Mercedes performance brand's director explains expansion, from line-built engines to the Hypercar.

There are more than 40 AMG models currently.

Sedan and wagon are for haulin'.

The BMW 5 Series gets the Alpina treatment.

Buick Regal's twin debuts days after GM sells off Opel.

Not your father's Buick, er, Opel.

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