The 2017 New York Auto Show featured lots of sport utility vehicles, with big reveals from Lincoln, Toyota, Subaru, and many more. Oh, and this hot-rod thing called the Demon showed up. Then there was the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, which was an SUV and had a ton of power thanks to the Hellcat engine. As usual, the New York show delivered in a big way. Here's our complete coverage.

On this episode, we look back at the New York Show, talk about driving a Ford F-650 dump truck, and give out some car buying advice.

DETROIT (Reuters) - U.S. auto sales in April likely fell almost 2 percent from a year earlier, with consumer discounts remaining at levels high enough to threaten the industry's long-term health, industry consultants J.D. Power and LMC Automotive said on Tuesday. The consultancies also lowered their full-year 2017 forecast for new vehicle sales to 17.5 million units, from a previous forecast of 17.6 million. April U.S. new vehicle sales will be about 1.48 million units, a drop of nearly 2 perc

Here is every SUV and SUV-like vehicle that made its debut at the 2017 New York Auto Show.

In a category where excellence is a given, what distinguishes this brand?

The beginnings of another luxury competitor.

We select the five best reveals of the 2017 New York Auto Show, with vehicles from Honda, Lincoln, Jeep, Toyota, and Dodge.

Only cosmetic changes distinguish the new Q50.

A lousy value proposition, especially compared with its own twin.

Competition from other makers and Honda itself make it moot.

And it's affordable, at least as race cars go.

It will compete against entries from Porsche and Mercedes.

It pulls 1.8 G in a corner.

This is one of 25 Agera RS models, all of which are already sold.

That's a savings of $750 off subscription costs.

Hyundai offers three free years of Blue Link services on the 2017 Ioniq and all 2018 models.

Only 200 will be sold worldwide.

It's an appearance package, but a good one.

I mean, it doesn't even have a trans brake.

This follows the hatchback's debut last fall in Paris.

Genesis reveals the GV80 concept SUV, a glimpse the brand's SUV plans and future design language.

There were a lot of cryptic codes and numbers. We break it all down for you.

Lots of retro touches, like the recently departed FJ Cruiser.

Live video of automaker vehicle reveals.

Our live coverage for the 2017 NYIAS includes press events from Toyota, Mercedes, Jeep, and Genesis.

Why didn't Dodge go the final step to make a drag car suitable for drag races?

Useful only for bench racers.

An ingenious solution to the entry-level F-Type problem?

An ingenious solution to the entry-level F-Type problem?

Same aluminum construction, but more horses than its Expedition twin.

The luxury Expedition has arrived.

The new 840 horsepower 2018 Dodge Demon is so fast it's been banned by the Nation Hot Rod Association for being too fast.

We never thought the Hellcat would look so tame.

Dodge claims this is the quickest production V8 ever built.

Here's a gallery with all of the new Demon photos.

Seems like a good concept, though we wish it was the Avenir concept.

This may not be the Avenir you were waiting for, but it's probably the Avenir that consumers will buy.

The flagship SUV is big but sleek.

Could be the shape of things to come for the QX80.

A car for Man's best friend. This Nissan Rogue Crossover is fitted to easily travel with your pet. Included are plenty of accessories, like a slide away ramp and portable 360° shower and dryer.

What good features for what a good boy.

Yo dogs, we heard you like riding in the car, so we put dog stuff in this car.

The focus is on styling and handling.

The rear-drive LS 500 offers a handling package as well.

Ford claims it'll return more than twice the EPA mileage (38 mpg combined) of the Taurus-based Police Interceptor equipped with a 3.7-liter V6.

It's here. Finally. All 707 horsepower of it.

It rockets to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.

Gimme 100-octane fuel, gimme fire, gimme that which I desire!

Pick your flavor. They're all potent.

The GLC63 S Coupe makes 503 horses.

Two body styles, and neither is a traditional sedan.

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

Without that F Sport badge, it looks like a standard LS 500.

On display next week at the New York auto show.

It's standard equipment on base and Premium trims.

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