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After 20 years, BMW resurrects its original 8 Series luxury sports coupe — in supercar style.
Major chassis modifications and plusher-than-ever interior sweeten this go-anywhere SUV’s appeal.
Large and long, the full-size sport utility vehicle offers rare option of a first-row bench seat.
Eighteen-inch black wheels, a black color scheme inside and out, and special badging do the trick.
This nifty 2019 subcompact looks sportier and the Honda Sensing suite is added for the first time.
This all-new midsizer delivers truck utility along with open-air fun and 4x4 practicality.
Even the base model of this five-passenger compact SUV offers sufficient standard features.
Passengers ride in comfort and quiet, along with new safety, technology and revised styling.
Blind spot monitoring and rear traffic alert are now standard, and an impressive warranty continues.
The powertrain lineup includes two big Hemi V8 engines, but there’s a peppy V6 with less fuel thirst.
Bigger dimensions, abundant tech and more driver assistance features are also part of the package.
The full-size truck has more capability, functionality and cargo volume. It lost weight, too.
All models have blind spot warning, forward emergency braking and forward collision warning.
The beloved roadster’s engine is enhanced by 26 more horsepower and 3 more pound-feet of torque.
Blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and Lexus Enform safety connect are included.
A turbocharged four-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic transmission are upgrade highlights.
Bring it on. With a 35-year history of rugged dependability, this true SUV can handle anything.
A new ST performance trim level also joins the five-passenger, midsize Ford Edge SUV lineup.
A favorite among Pacific Northwest drivers, new Forester is roomier, quieter and more powerful.
The available 9-speed automatic gearbox is transformed. The Honda Sensing system is now standard.