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In a major redesign, the fullsize SUV gets an enormous cabin, technology updates and more.
The midsize sedan’s new Signature trim with a turbo engine treads into premium territory.
Styling and performance matches premium brands, but Stinger’s pricing beats them.
The premium sports sedan is available with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, with different engines.
Even the base version of this comfortable and fun compact is bedecked with standard features.
The all-new addition to VW’s lineup offers adult-worthy seating for up to seven passengers.
The all-new version of the 5-passenger car adds a host of comfort, safety and connectivity features.
Practicality, powerful performance and a sophisticated ride make this midsize SUV shine.
The compact SUV is fully redesigned with a third row, but still sports VW quality characteristics.
A new version of the hatchback is a radical departure from the original. How radical? It’s a sedan.
Just like the regular Niro hybrid model, fuel economy ratings for the plug-in are sky-high.
Abundant new safety and technology features are standard items at modest prices.
The full-size, eight-passenger SUV has a new Platinum Reserve model for 2018.
All versions of the four-door hatchback now have the Uconnect system as standard equipment.
Sportiness, European styling and a roomy cabin are highlights of the compact car’s many attributes.
Four people, 106-degree temps and 1,500 miles? No sweat for this premium midsize SUV.
With seating for eight and a 5,000-pound towing capacity, Ascent gives Subie lovers a new option.
A re-tuned engine and suspension boost the zoom-zoom factor. Electronic parking brake helps, too.
The blockbuster midsize sedan is also redesigned for a sleeker, sportier look inside and out.
The midsize sedan seats five and delivers a three-digit mpg equivalent.