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2023 Land Rover Defender Carpathia

6
It is said - fairly - that as good as new cars are in terms of just working, usually for almost forever and without their owner needing to do more than...

2022 Mercedes S580

11
A measure of the sea changes in the new car market is that even in the $100k luxury car market, a V8 engine - at the very least - is no...

2023 Chevy Malibu

18
It is the end of the line, almost. And of something else, too. The 2023 Chevy Malibu is almost the last car Chevy still sells - not counting the Camaro and Corvette,...

2022 Genesis G80

12
What works well once often works well, again. Even if it’s not you who’s doing it, this time around. As for example what Toyota did back in the late 1980s  . ....

2022 Toyota Tundra

25
Japanese-brand cars have gone from a non-presence (before the '70s) to a small presence (in the '70s) to a major presence (by the '80s). They now sell more cars than GM...

2022 Subaru WRX

20
The just-redesigned Subaru WRX does not have a 2.0 liter turbocharged four cylinder engine - making it different from others in its class - like the VW Golf GTI and the...

2022 Mazda Miata

33
Here is a tonic - for those who still see cars as more than just  . . . transportation:  Mazda no longer offers an automatic transmission in two out of three versions...

2022 Toyota Camry

20
You can still get a V6 engine in Toyota’s Camry, which is the only remaining mid-sized/family-priced sedan that offers more than a four. Engines larger than that have become a rarity...

2022 Genesis GV70

1
If something works, why not do it again?  Last year, Genesis launched the GV80 - the first mid-sized luxury crossover SUV to be offered by Hyundai’s luxury division - by using the...

2022 Mazda CX-9

6
It’s hard to make a crossover different from all the other crossovers  . . . without making it something other than just another crossover. It’s akin to trying to make a family-friendly...
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