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A heavier body and some sound-deadening materials have lowered noise levels in the 2016 RAV4 Hybrid.
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Ford got it right when it built the first 1964½ Mustang, and it’s gotten it right again a half-century later.
The 2016 Chrysler 200C has enough vroom to make shifting fun but enough practicality so that you can drive it to the office, in snow.
The 2016 Civic manages edgier styling on the outside and a more upscale look in the larger passenger cabin.
Thanks to a lot more aluminum the Q7 is anywhere from about 250 to nearly 500 pounds lighter than its predecessor.
Lexus is known for luxurious, elegant sedans, but the all-new GS F is a true performance sedan.
The Nissan Maxima’s Sport mode can turn your average sedan into a throat-y driving machine.
BMW still says it builds the ultimate driving machine, except you can’t drive a 2016 7-Series. You glide.
Toyota has sold more than seven million Tacomas since 1964. This updated model should continue the trend.
Safety technologies on the S90 seek to perpetuate Volvo’s rep as an innovator in the field of saving lives.
The redesigned 2016 Sorento gets a slightly larger and more muscular look with the evolving Kia grille and interesting foglight treatment.
Both the could succeed in making you more passionate about minivans, but one is better at the pump than the other.
The Titan XD is your beefier full-size, offering more than a traditional half-ton truck.
The CX-3 is a good choice for New Englanders, especially those who long to remote-start their cars in cold weather.
The 2016 Audi TT is an evolutionary redesign that handles well and offers more versatility than its small size might suggest.
The 2016 Ford Expedition is definitely is bigger, and better, than most at what it does.
The Mercedes-AMG’s long hood, arched roof line, large wheels, and wide rear are classic sports car styling.
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.
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