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The redesigned pickup truck has a choice of new V8 gasoline or diesel engines for tough towing.
The compact crossover that launched the segment is packed with tech advancements.
The world’s best-selling plug-in hybrid SUV is bigger than a compact, smaller than a midsize.
On or off highway, up to eight passengers can ride in comfort in Kia’s beefy crossover SUV.
For 2019, the popular compact sedan gets a new Sport trim. Honda Sensing is standard on all models.
Introduced for model year 2019, this newcomer is already outselling the G80 and G90.
As many as eight people can ride in comfort and quiet. Or, two people and 98 cubic-feet of cargo.
There’s a new 1.4-liter engine capable of delivering 37 mpg on the highway, 29 mpg around town.
All-new design, safety features and updated infotainment are included, plus the cool new tailgate.
Fuel efficiency is increased by up to 35 percent over previous V6 engine used in this premium SUV.
Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa and an upgraded version of the Lexus Enform system are new features.
There’s a new transmission for this subcompact, and more additions to its list of safety features.
Fuel efficiency for the five-passenger midsize car dominates at 52 mpg city and 48 mpg highway.
The brand’s best-selling SUV in the U.S. also has a bold new look and lots of new tech features.
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.