The seventh-generation Jetta regains some of that premium feel.
Still mixed on the looks, but we generally enjoyed BMW's smallest SUV.
The new Corolla is pretty damn good.
But don't worry, the driver side back door is still M.I.A.
GMC's truck is finally finding its own footing.
Don't call it a crossover.
The most modest McLaren is still something to behold.
Subaru's second take on a three-row crossover.
Toyota's icon is no longer the obvious go-to truck.
Germany's original hot hatch gets a mid-cycle update.
It's faster than the old Cayman GT4.
You don't always need a supercharger.
Toyota's king is back near the top of the pile.
We say so long and farewell to our Fury Orange pony car.
The 1LE is a track-focused missile.
You don't sacrifice much except gusto.
Its turbo engine and sharp handling stand in contrast to its rivals.
The 2018 Nissan Titan competes against the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, Ram 1500 and Toyota Tundra in one of the most hotly contested and profitable segments in the market. Sales are won and lost over stats like horsepower, torque and tow ratings. While the Titan was never a sales leader, the first-generation model had a decent but fading following over its 11-year run.
Still nothing else like it on or off road
The 2018 Ford F-150 is the latest love in America's long affair with full-size trucks. For decades, the F-150 has ruled the roost. Ford sold nearly 900,000 F-series pickups, a great deal of them F-150s, in 2017 and is on pace to eclipse that for 2018. Ford is going so in on trucks and SUVs that it's dropping all but two cars from its North American lineup. Money talks, so give the people what they want.