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Despite being the base model, there are enough features and functions on this Durango to keep you and six other passengers distracted and content for the long journey ahead.
The new Lexus RX 350 is our top pick for the luxury crossover segment this year.
It offers all of the frills the Germans do, but adds a light-on-its-feet driving feel that is unmatched in a car this size.
“Whatever your ears tell you to do, whatever your butt dyno says you should do, don’t you dare shift until you see that 8,250 rpm redline,” they told me.
Mercedes-AMG's new sports car takes aim at the venerable Porsche 911.
This hybrid RX 450h is not meant for everyone, rather it's meant for those seeking what made Lexus' models famous in the first place: reliability, comfort, and refinement.
The Silverado evens the playing field by being frugal on gas, easy to drive, and coming straight out of the box with highly sought after safety and connectivity technology.
Crammed with a host of new technology and a pair of new EcoBoost engines, the new Escape aims to keep its title as Canada’s best selling SUV.
With the staggering amount of government incentives, this plug-in X5 is starting to look a lot more appealing than the reversed diesel variant.
Looks can be deceiving, as is the case with Lexus' entry-level hybrid.
For the sheer performance, safety, and undeniable good looks, the Sorento is a great choice for consumers that want to look outside of the Japanese Big 3.
The extra cargo space offered by the Clubman's peculiar styling makes this a MINI that is fun to drive without the storage compromise.
A GTI in Jetta clothing? Not quite.