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The Chevrolet Cruze’s mileage figures turned out to be surprisingly strong.
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With its carbon-fiber/aluminum structure and electric powertrain, the i3 advances BMW’s driving dynamics into the future.
The Lexus RX 350’s grille grabs the eye, for good or ill. But the rest of the vehicle appeals with an edgier look.
The new Ridgeline now looks like a conventional pickup with a lot of features no other competitor in the midsize truck market offers.
The challenge in bringing back a car like the 124 Spider is keeping true to its roots while moving it into the 21st century.
At 4,100 pounds, the AMG SL63 is a bruiser of a car—wide, long, and totally self-absorbed.
The Camry Hybrid’s powertrain produces 200 hp from the 156-horsepower 4-cylinder engine and ancillary electric motor.
The 2016 Mazda CX-9 features a styling that stays as far away from being a box on wheels as possible.
The Toyota Highlander Hybrid features exterior styling that is surprisingly muscular.
The expectation of a Mercedes-Benz is that it will be sleek, elegant, and powerful. The all-new 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe delivers.
Chevrolet’s second-generation 2016 Cruze compact sedan builds upon the qualities we liked in the original.
The Jaguar XJ has been updated with a larger front grille and an infotainment system that is easy to use.
The sedan marks the return of a hybrid to Honda’s midsize sedan lineup after the last version was discontinued in 2015.
The TTS has a bigger engine, seriously upscale interior (one of Wards Top 10), and well-sorted handling.
The 2016 Infiniti QX60 offers plenty of interior space and the versatility for both weekday commutes and weekend adventures.
The color is Plum Crazy, and plumb crazy is as good a way as any to describe driving the 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat.
Audi is set to offer a new and updated 2017 S4 later this year, but the current S4 still is a formidable machine.
If you’re thinking of visiting a dealership, consider which cars, trucks, and SUVs might offer the most bang for your buck.
It really is what’s on the inside that counts. After evaluating 41 vehicles, WardsAuto editors name the winners of the “10 Best Interiors.”
By 2025, national fuel economy standards will hit an equivalent of 54.5 miles per gallon, but many of these 2014 high mileage cars are already there. Check out 12 cars that get high grades for fuel economy.