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2012 Chevy Volt

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Ok, I have changed my mind about the Chevy Volt. Well, some of my mind... . It is, no doubt about it, a brilliant piece of engineering. Where a Toyota Prius can...

2017 Toyota Camry

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The Toyota Camry is like the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars. It may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts, kid. With the V6, the “Kessel Run” (0-60)...

2018 VW Golf

6
Every successful car company has a sell - something that defines it, makes its cars different.  VW’s main sell is that it’s a German brand, like BMW and Mercedes-Benz. That implies higher-end....

2016 Lexus NX200t

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The original Lexus RX was an automotive rogue wave when it appeared way back in ’98. At that time, there was nothing else like it: A luxury crossover SUV. Not a pick-up...

2013 Fiat 500 Abarth

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The Fiat 500 is a nifty little thing - but how about if you want one that's also zippy? Enter the Abarth - the hot-shoe (and high-pressure turbocharged) version of the...

2019 Subaru Forester

27
About 10,000 people buy Subaru Foresters each month. It isn’t for the speed. So, why? And does the just-redesigned 2019 Forester have more - or less - of the mojo that's worked so well...

2016 Kia K900

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Sometimes, a good idea doesn’t work twice. The Hyundia-Kia conglomerate looked at the success Toyota has had with its Lexus luxury line - and in particular, the original (1989) Lexus LS 400...

2011 Nissan 370Z: Your Sports Car Dollar Won’t Go Farther

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Since its 1969 introduction, Nissan's famous "Z-car" has appeared in many forms - some better, some not so much. During the '90s, in particular, it got ever-heavier . . . and also...

2019 GMC Canyon

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Trucks are hugely popular; they are selling so well that major automakers like Ford and GM have been dropping cars from their lineups - in order to make room for more...

2007 Cadillac CTS-V: The Brain Smasher!

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If Nissan's Maxima was the world's first four-door sports car (as the company liked to say in its ads), the Cadillac CTS-V is one of the world's few real-deal muscle sedans. There's...
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