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It’s nice to know that in losing its roof, the Cabriolet doesn’t sacrifice much and offers one of the most tranquil droptops on the market.
Big wing that obstructs rearward visibility? Check. Turbo flat-four with unequal length headers? Check. Functional hood scoop? Check.
Seventy-five years of rugged four-wheeling action adventure.
Hyundai ups the performance credentials of their compact sedan with a beefier 1.6-litre engine and an independent rear suspension.
A stylish boulevardier that is easy to live with on a day-to-day basis and is just as competent cruising down the highway as it is tackling back roads.
Lighter, larger, and loaded with more technology than ever before; BMW's mid-size sedan finally gets the attention it deserves.
If you love the Italian flair of the 500 hatchback but need a bit more room, you might want to check out the 500X Sport.
The iconic SLK receives a minor refresh with a new name, updated styling, a downsized engine, and a 9-speed automatic transmission.
While we dearly miss the belligerent roar of the V8, the new “43” engine delivers a convincing and more mellifluous song that pleases our ears.
With an exclusive 400-hp engine and sportier dynamics, the new MKZ morphs into one of the most captivating sleeper cars we’ve driven all year.
It’s far from a canyon carver, or even a sports car for that matter, but it never claimed to be. At the core, this is still a four-door family sedan with sensibility in mind.
For those who want a tech-filled, conservative-looking five-seater that favours comfort over sport, the new Cruze is a solid performer that might just tickle your fancy.
The return of the minivan.
The Abarth has charisma, a bucket full of character, and a raucous soundtrack that puts some of the best V8s on the market to shame.
Everything coming out of the Abarth's exhaust is there to entertain. The snorts, the gnarls, and the mini-Ferrari noises make every penny worth it.
With its friendly size and luxurious interior, the Ridgeline offers the perfect medium for those looking for a comfortable and spacious pick-up with just enough hauling capability to get by.