Late last year, Porsche finally took the wraps off the redesigned 2020 911. As we found when we drove it a few months later, the new 911 Carrera S is “thrillingly fast, telepathically responsive, and wonderfully communicative. It’s all 911, all the time, yet more approachable and trustworthy at the limit than ever before.” Even […]
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The two big dogs of the three-row SUV segment have undergone recent redesigns—the Ford Explorer debuting in Detroit in January, and the Toyota Highlander coming out this week in New York. At a quarter-million annual units each, give or take, they are crucial to the bottom lines of these automotive titans. So we crawled in, […]
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Even though most folks in New York City perceive cars in shades of yellow or black, the New York International Auto Show is still a big draw for automakers—and this year was no exception. While there were no standout show-stoppers, there were many solid entries in key segments. In other words, it was more about […]
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Three-row SUVs can be sexy, especially when they come from luxury automakers. The available technology, fancy trims, and smooth leather can enhance the experience without sacrificing utility or space. But Germans and Americans have differing senses of luxury. The Lincoln Navigator has completely changed the game in terms of American luxury and offers bold and […]
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The Navigator helped put the Lincoln brand back in the buyer’s eye a few years ago, and ever since, the automaker has been on a roll introducing new utility vehicles. The follow-up was the three-row Aviator that rides on a new rear-wheel-drive platform and is also a stunner. Next up to bat: the compact Corsair. […]
In a vehiclescape increasingly dominated by high-riding crossovers that mostly just haul folks around on pavement, it’s fun to zoom in on the few that still pretend to serve the outdoorsy mission the genre was created for in the first place. For 25 years people have been taking Subaru Outbacks out to the back of […]
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While FCA, Ford, and others have walked away from the midsize sedan segment in favor of crossovers and SUVs, Toyota, Honda, and Nissan still lead the space with stalwarts Camry, Accord, and Altima. Hyundai is keenly aware that the segment is shrinking, but the automaker believes the 2020 Sonata has the chops to take market […]
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Every year, WardsAuto picks 10 vehicles that they believe have the best interiors. And while spending more often means you get nicer materials and more features, that doesn’t mean all of the interiors that make the list belong to expensive luxury cars. In fact, some of them are surprisingly affordable. Considering how many crossovers were on the […]
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When people ask Ian Callum, director of design at Jaguar, if he’s going to put a big 12-inch iPad-like screen in his cars, he says, “Not if I can help it.” The 20-year Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC veteran who transformed the lineup with models such as the XJ and new F-Type was presenting the […]
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