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The Hellcat’s 707 horsepower makes it the quickest, fastest, and most powerful production sedan in the world.
The GLA45 AMG has classic Mercedes-Benz styling cues, an aggressive stance, and that big rear wing.
The 2015 Challenger has a horizontal look up front with quad headlights, retro stripes, and a functional air intake.
The MINI Cooper Hardtop’s Park Assist allows it to glide into just about any parking space.
The Rogue delivers on performance, handling, fuel economy, and interior space.
This SUV combines performance, luxury, and technical wizardry that is pushing the industry towards self-driving cars.
The 2015 Fit is a fuel-efficient ride with a wind-cheating wedge shape that allows it to slip through the air.
The 2015½ Volvo S60 has a low and wide look and a new turbocharged and supercharged engine under the hood.
Kia proves with the new Sedona that minivans are the crossover utility vehicles most people should be embracing.
The Hyundai fuel cell Tucson should be common on local roads once hydrogen fueling stations are available.
Volkswagen is muscling its way into the electric vehicle market with the 2015 e-Golf.
A recent test drive shows that Korean automaker Hyundai is heading in the right direction with its popular midsize sedan.
The tiny Nissan hatchback harkens back to the 1970s Japanese subcompacts that Bostonians fell in love with years ago.
For those craving performance with drivability, the Challenger R/T Scat Pack is the way to go.
The Gran Coupe has the same dimension as the two-door coupe.
This downsized Prius C is smaller than its older namesakes and consumes less gas.
News magazine US News & World Report recently released its 2014 Best Cars for the Money list recognizing a variety of cars, SUVs, and trucks. See which cars can get you the most for your money.
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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