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Chevrolet debuts its SS sedan with a 415-horsepower engine with a starting prices of nearly $45,000.
The 2014 BMW M235i is fun to drive and relatively affordable — for a BMW with turbocharged six-cylinder power.
Acura can't seem to make a wrong move on SUVs, but can't seem to make a right one with cars. The 2015 TLX midsize sedan changes that.
The Chevy Tahoe SUV is thriving, thanks to updated styling, a more powerful V-8, improved second-row legroom and more towing capacity.
Ford introduced its 2014 Tremor sport truck to generate buzz as the current F-150 pickup enters its last few months of production, and perhaps as a preemptive strike against the new midsize Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.
The flagship of the Jeep line -- the five-passenger Grand Cherokee SUV -- is both a grand and high-mileage traveler for 2014.
Ford's 1-liter, three-cylinder engine is friskier than you might expect, and is stingy with fuel as advertised.
Emptying the gas tank on the 2014 Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid can be a challenge especially at 54 mpg.
Ford is confident the decision to go with an all-new platform for the 2015 Mustang will pay off in the performance enthusiasts want.
Land Rover's capable and rugged LR4 mid-size sport utility vehicle is more fuel efficient for 2014 while retaining its upper-crust ambiance.
The Ford Fiesta may be a small car but it wrings out some big mileage, getting a stellar 43 mpg on the highway.
The nearly 17-foot-long Mazda CX-9 crossover SUV drives as if it's smaller than it is.
Hyundai fluffed up the 2015 Genesis with more features than the standard 2014 had, which means more goodies to go with the higher price.
Consumer Reports says the Honda Accord hybrid mileage claims don't add up to the 47 mpg listed on the sticker, but that the car remains the best among midsize sedans.
The Lincoln Navigator, a hulk from the days of bling and cheap gas, is getting a fresh face with more than 20 upgrades, bigger wheels and an EcoBoost V6 engine.