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2023 Mazda Miata

Sports cars come - and (usually) go.  Not because they aren’t appealing - or even because they’re impractical. Mostly - historically - they have left the stage shortly after they took a...

2023 Mazda CX-50

What’s the difference between Mazda’s CX-5 and the new CX-50? One is a little bit more than the other. A little larger, longer and wider - plus a bit more capable. And...

2023 VW Jetta/GLI

If there were more cars like VW’s Jetta, there would probably be more cars (as opposed to crossovers) for sale.  Because more people would want to buy them.  What makes the Jetta stand...

2023 Lexus RX350h

The Lexus RX used to come standard with a V6. Hence RX350  - the numbers after the letters denoting the size of the V6 (3.5 liters) it came standard with. The V6...

2023 Toyota Camry Hybrid

It wouldn't take a mandate - or subsidies - to get people to buy an electric car that could go almost 700 miles, that could get going again in just a...

2023 Ford Bronco Sport

The Ford Bronco is one of the most capable - and powerful - 4x4s you can buy right now. The thing can go almost anywhere there isn't pavement. But what if...

2023 Genesis G80 Electric

When the Toyota Prius hybrid came out more than 20 years ago (yep, it’s been that long ago) it made a point of not looking like other cars.  So did the first...

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE

One of the biggest problems besetting electric vehicles is their cost. It doesn’t matter how much you like something if you can’t afford it - and it doesn’t do much good...

2023 Lexus UX250h

There are lots of compact-sized, luxury-brand crossovers. And there are lots of hybrid crossovers, too. But there’s just one compact-sized, luxury-brand crossover that's a hybrid, too.  The Lexus UX250h.  What It Is Per the above, the...

2023 BMW X1

BMW used to offer the X1, the company's smallest (and most affordable) crossover in two versions, one front-wheel-drive and the other all-wheel-drive (which BMW markets as xDrive).  For 2023, the X1 comes...
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