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Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo: long haul test survey

15. Aug, 2022. Porsche

I'm truly falling into the Taycan Cross Turismo's depression. Presently its product is strong, it's greatly simple to live with, helped by a couple of decision choices. However, I could manage without a portion of the pricier bits of pack. Mileage: 5,672 There's cash to be made in vehicles, I'm told. Bunches of it. Furthermore, for a...

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2023 Kia EV6 GT Is the Quickest Kia Yet

14. Aug, 2022. KIA

This double engine EV hybrid even has a float mode. The new Kia EV6 GT is set to end up in some exceptionally recognized organization. The turned-up rendition of Kia's moderate size electric hybrid is a zero-outflow muscle vehicle with pull yield that beats a few a lot pricier contributions. This family hauler puts out 577...

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2023 Genesis G90 Brings Luxury to Your Door

08. Aug, 2022. Genesis

Packed with features and rich materials, the luxurious new Genesis G90 aims for ecstasy.  As any tip-hungry parking valet will tell you, opening and closing a car door is a thoughtful act of service. It's a small and respectful gesture, a sort of automotive welcome and goodbye—and one that the 2023 Genesis G90 does for you. Push a...

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New Peugeot e-2008 2022 review

03. Aug, 2022. Peugeot

The all-electric Peugeot e-2008 compact crossover gets extended range as part of updates for 2022 Verdict Peugeot’s updates to the e-2008 have focused on what buyers want and need at this level of the market: more range. It’s a small but useful gain and it’s great to see the brand acting on experience to boost this small...

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Used Kia Rio Mk4 (2017-date) review

22. Jul, 2022. KIA

    Verdict It looks smart, is pretty good to drive (at least in 1.0 T-GDi form), the fit and finish aren’t far short of what VW offers, and standard kit is generous, so there’s plenty to like about the Rio. Kia’s brand transformation has been complete for a while now, which is why you’ll be doing well...

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New Volkswagen T-Roc R-Line 2022 review

18. Jul, 2022. Volkswagen

    Verdict While we think some of the cabin ergonomics have taken a step back, there’s still plenty to like about the T-Roc as a whole. Be careful with the options list though - with some extras our test car came out to an eye watering £38k. This is the new-for-2022 Volkswagen T-Roc; a model that has been a booming...

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2022 Audi S8 First Test: Sleeper Super Sedan

14. Jul, 2022. Audi

By the time you notice Audi’s go-fast limo, it’ll already have blown by you. Our MotorTrend test team cycles through hundreds of vehicles a year, and an old pro like road test editor Chris Walton has been in and out of thousands of them during his career. So when he starts waxing poetic about a car like the 2022...

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Toyota Aygo X hatchback review

13. Jul, 2022. Toyota

    Pros Affordable Smooth ride Well equipped   Cons No electrification Cramped rear seats Sluggish acceleration The Toyota Aygo X (pronounced Cross) is the Japanese giant’s bet on the future of the city car; a small, nippy hatchback with the styling of an SUV and raised suspension. It looks ideally suited to Britain’s often less than ideal roads, which are strewn with potholes and speed bumps. It’s still instantly recognisable as...

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Volkswagen Polo GTi review

08. Jul, 2022. Volkswagen

 PROS Plenty of performance Comfortable and easy to live with Well equipped and well priced  CONS Rivals more exciting to drive Loses composure at higher speeds Too many touch-sensitive controls   If you want a genuinely fast supermini without the compromises, the Volkswagen Polo GTI could well be for you. For while the Ford Fiesta ST and Hyundai i20 N are very exciting small cars to drive, their...

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First Drive: 2023 Cadillac Lyriq Is a Departure in More Ways than One

06. Jul, 2022. Cadillac

    The new Lyriq is arguably the prettiest Cadillac in a long time. From a unique front face that will soon become instantly recognizable to its long, sleek lines and beautiful detailing, it could be seen as the modern counterpoint to the Cadillacs of the '50s. They were distinctive and widely admired, though with a completely different design...

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2022 Ford Bronco Raptor Review: A Better Bronco in Nearly Every Way

04. Jul, 2022. Ford

      The verdict: The 2022 Bronco Raptor delivers on just about every promise Ford made when the off-road SUV debuted, with incredible off-the-lot capabilities that seem up to tackling almost anything owners can throw at it. Ford used to have the high-performance, factory off-road market cornered with the F-150 Raptor, but in the last few years, Stellantis —...

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Toyota Corolla (2023 facelift) review: self-charge of the light brigade

01. Jul, 2022. Toyota

    You can probably imagine how the conversation went in the office when an invite to drive a pre-production version of a facelifted Toyota Corolla arrived. Not even an all-new model, but a facelift, which also isn’t scheduled to go on sale until 2023. Be still those beating hearts, for you are at risk of putting the planet...

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2022 Subaru WRX Review: Party of One

29. Jun, 2022. Subaru

    The verdict: Starting around $30,000, the manual 2022 Subaru WRX is an inherently fun and unique all-wheel-drive performance car. Versus the competition: Where the WRX lacks some sharpness compared with the competition, it makes up for it with standard all-wheel drive for all-season duty. The previous-generation Subaru WRX was great: a four-door sedan with plentiful grip and an eager driving feel...

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2022 Lexus LX 600 Review: A Flagship Needs to Be Better

27. Jun, 2022. Lexus

The verdict: Flashy to the point of gaudiness, expensive but flimsy-feeling, big outside but not inside, Lexus’ flagship SUV drives well but is disappointing overall. Versus the competition: Competitors from BMW, Land Rover and Mercedes-Benz are more luxurious and higher-tech, while Cadillac, Jeep and Lincoln offer SUVs that are more reserved in their styling and more comfortable in...

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Audi A3 Hatchback (2012 - 2018) review

23. Jun, 2022. Audi

 PROS Badge and brand appeal Strong residual values Wide range of trim and engines  CONS Expensive compared to competition BMW 1 Series has better steering Harsh S Line suspension The Audi A3 has been a desirable premium hatchback from the moment it was launched back in 1996. It stole a march on posh German rivals BMW and Mercedes-Benz in being a sensible, conventional...

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Used Renault Clio (Mk5, 2019-date) review

21. Jun, 2022. Renault

    Verdict It's more than three decades since the Clio burst onto the scene, advertised in the famous Nicole and Papa TV adverts. Since then, Renault's stylish supermini has matured superbly, and while it isn’t quite as small as it used to be (the Clio Mk5 is 30cm longer and 16cm wider than the original), that just...

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2023 Ford Mustang

17. Jun, 2022. Ford

    Pros Strong power from both the four-cylinder and V8 engines Civilized ride and low noise levels Cabin blends modern convenience with retro style Cons Impractical back seat Performance-package ride quality can be harsh Long, heavy doors yet mediocre cabin access What's new Expected to carry on unchanged before a new Mustang launches next year Likely part of the sixth Mustang generation introduced for 2015 The 2023...

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Citroen C5 Aircross SUV (2022) review: soft serve

12. Jun, 2022. Citroen

  Bauer Automotive's new cars editor, although just as happy behind the wheel of a classic ► Petrol, PHEV and even diesel power► More assertive nose after 2022 facelift► Comfort focus unchanged In the white heat of the family-friendly SUV market you can’t rest on your laurels for a second. So, after four years and nearly 250,000 European...

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Genesis G80 Electrified review

08. Jun, 2022. Genesis

   PROS 323-mile range and 21-minute charging Plenty of performance and luxury Impressive ownership package  CONS Lacks established premium image Small boot, limited rear headroom No conventional dealer network   The Genesis Electrified G80 is a large premium electric car – and while the name Genesis may not be ultra-familiar right now, having only launched into the UK in 2021, it’s no fly-by-night EV start-up. Rather, this is the...

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BMW M4 Coupe review

24. May, 2022. BMW

    Pros Superb handling Potent engine Practical for the class   Cons Heavy Polarising design Tight rear headroom A new generation of BMW M3 and BMW M4 is a big occasion for keen drivers, because the cars have a rock-solid reputation for being astonishingly competent performance cars. When this new car was launched, there was much more talk about its styling than its mechanical components. Fortunately...

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2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Review: The EV We’ve Been Waiting For

11. May, 2022. Hyundai

    The verdict: The first affordable electric SUV without a defining flaw, the Ioniq 5 has a comfortable ride and plenty of space — and it’s relatively simple to operate — but some of its best features can be had only on the Limited trim level for thousands of dollars more. As of its launch, the Ioniq 5...

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2021 Honda Ridgeline Extended Stay Review: Wheeling Through the Winter

10. May, 2022. Honda

  Honda was kind enough to provide us with an example of the 2021 Honda Ridgeline AWD RTL-E for six months. (The semiconductor chip shortage has made it difficult to provide the yearlong loans we normally arrange.) Its October arrival meant we would spend the winter with the pickup and evaluate it under some difficult weather conditions. Long-termers...

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Skoda Enyaq review

20. Apr, 2022. Skoda

  Skoda's first purpose-designed EV is an excellent, comfortable family SUV     At a glance New price £36,605 - £47,875 Lease from new From £537 p/mView lease deals Used price £29,860 - £49,720 Used monthly cost From £745 per month Fuel Economy 3.4 - 4.0 miles/kWh Insurance group 23 - 32How much is it to insure? New 6.8 - 14.3 Miles per pound (mpp)  What is mpp?  PROS EV-specific design makes for roomy interior Claimed battery range of up...

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Hyundai i20 N review

18. Apr, 2022. Hyundai

       At a glance New price £24,665 - £24,665 Used price £18,375 - £22,200 Used monthly cost From £459 per month Fuel Economy 40.4 mpg Road tax cost £165 Insurance group 27How much is it to insure? New 5.4 Miles per pound (mpp)  What is mpp?  PROS Quick acceleration Responsive steering Slick gearchange  CONS Interior design and quality is patchy Sporty suspension means stiff ride More expensive than Ford Fiesta ST   Is the Hyundai i20 N any good? Despite the march of electrification, the...

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2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE First Drive: The Banker’s Electric Sedan

13. Apr, 2022. Mercedes

With the launch of its all-electric E-Class entrant, the 2023 EQE-Class, Mercedes has the Tesla Model S squarely in its sights. The self-proclaimed inventors of the combustion-powered car (see 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen) felt no compunction to emulate any of the characteristics that helped the Model S popularize electric cars on a global scale—and which led to Tesla outselling...

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Suzuki Across SUV review

06. Apr, 2022. Suzuki

         Pros 46-mile electric range Build quality Low BiK band   Cons Expensive Firm ride No choice of trims The Suzuki Across is a plug-in hybrid family SUV that’s based on the Toyota RAV4 thanks to a partnership between the two manufacturers. It's the second rebadged Toyota in Suzuki's line-up, following the arrival of the Corolla-based Suzuki Swace. Sitting above the smaller Vitara in Suzuki’s range, the Across...

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2022 Volvo V90 Cross Country Review: The Almost-Luxury Anti-SUV

04. Apr, 2022. Volvo

    The verdict: The 2022 Volvo V90 Cross Country stands out in the sea of luxury SUVs as a sleek, sophisticated alternative, but some aspects of its driving experience and touchscreen system aren’t up to luxury standards. Versus the competition: Luxury wagons have been in retreat, but the ones that remain, like the Audi A6 Allroad and Mercedes-Benz E-Class...

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Toyota GR Corolla

01. Apr, 2022. Toyota

Finally, we have a hot hatch version of the Toyota Corolla that we have been waiting for a long time, but it should be noted that in these first official pictures, the version is only for North America.The GR Corolla was taken care of by Gazoo Racing, which primarily provided a 1.6-liter three-cylinder turbo engine...

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Honda Ridgeline Dual-Action Tailgate: The Hands-On Review

31. Mar, 2022. Honda

Recently, Honda lent us a lightly used (3,785 miles) Ridgeline RTL-E pickup truck to evaluate for six months in our Detroit fleet. That's not long enough to properly gauge things like cost of ownership, four-season performance, etc., but it's a golden opportunity for a chance to really live with those features that give the Ridgeline its unique...

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2022 Hyundai Kona Electric Review: A Likable, Livable EV — if You Can Find It

29. Mar, 2022. Hyundai

      The verdict: Some electric vehicles are just weird: weird range, weird controls — but not the 2022 Hyundai Kona Electric. The electric version of Hyundai’s tiny SUV has a lot in common with the regular model, which is part of why it works so well. Versus the competition: The Kona Electric delivers good range at a competitive price, along with pleasant...

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2022 Volvo XC60 Recharge T8 Extended Range Gets More Everything

24. Mar, 2022. Volvo

Added batteries, a tweaked turbo four, and a more potent electric motor deliver more power while doubling all-electric capability and lowering emissions. One of the distinct advantages of the auto industry's current moment of record profitability is the ability it gives carmakers to invest in truly worthwhile upgrades during mid-cycle refreshes. Witness Volvo's plug-in hybrids, specifically...

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2022 Kia EV6 AWD GT-Line First Test: Getting Sideways in Kia’s SUV-ish EV

17. Mar, 2022. KIA

Kia’s sporty electric SUV is long on sporty, short on SUV. Hey," we said to the MotorTrend test team as it pulled its instruments off the 2022 Kia EV6. "You guys all have something on your face. Something really odd-looking. Goodness gracious, are those … smiles?"  Sure enough, the EV6 had elicited that rare sign of positive emotion among our jaded...

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2022 Hyundai Sonata

15. Mar, 2022. Hyundai

Mid-size sedans may no longer be the flavor of the day, but the Hyundai Sonata would like to remind you that its sleek styling, spacious interior, frugal or powerful engine lineup, and reasonable price tag may be the antidote to bland SUVs. This year, the Sonata sees few tweaks following a revamp for 2020. The SEL...

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Jeep Renegade review

11. Mar, 2022. Jeep

Parkers overall rating:2.8 out of 52.8 Compact, chunky SUV has big country attitude for small roads      At a glance New price £24,100 - £36,265 Lease from new From £386 p/mView lease deals Used price £6,975 - £31,470 Used monthly cost From £174 per month Fuel Economy 33.6 - 156.9 mpg Road tax cost £30 - £210 Insurance group 8 - 25How much is it to insure? New 5.0 - 23.2 Miles per pound (mpp)  What is mpp?  PROS Proven...

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2022 Hyundai Venue

03. Mar, 2022. Hyundai

The 2022 Hyundai Venue is a small, inexpensive crossover with a high riding position, a spacious cargo area, and good fuel-economy ratings. This year, the Venue sees a few small shifts in its lineup. The Denim trim level has been renamed Limited, while a power sunroof is now standard fare on the mid-level SEL version. Starting...

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 (2022) review: electric looks, SUV practicality

28. Feb, 2022. Hyundai

  This isn't a concept car, this is the production version of the Hyundai Ioniq 5. It's the first of car in a new Ioniq sub-brand for Hyundai and boy, oh boy, is it a fantastic start. But is it worth buying? Keep reading for our full review on one of the best-looking EVs – or...

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Tested: 2022 Kia Sorento PHEV Needs More Motor

25. Feb, 2022. KIA

    Plug-in hybrids promise to bridge the gap between internal-combustion vehicles and EVs, offering a useful amount of all-electric range along with the ability to gas up and drive straight to Topeka, just like you did in your '68 Olds 442. That would seem an ideal combination, but seldom do the gasoline and electric sides of...

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2022 Mercedes-AMG GLE53 Review: Adventures in Unnecessary Sportiness

23. Feb, 2022. Mercedes

    The verdict: The Mercedes-Benz GLE was already an excellent mid-size luxury SUV, so AMG treatment just adds equal parts speed, silliness and serious bucks. Versus the competition: In the realm of expensive, overpowered, medium-sporty luxury SUVs, the GLE53 fits oddly between top luxury and top performance trim levels of competing SUVs in terms of both price and power. I...

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Tested: 2021 Ford Edge ST-Line Pretends to Be Athletic

22. Feb, 2022. Ford

    Not everyone is cut out to be an athlete, but a pair of running shoes and a snazzy track jacket can at least help you look the part. We bring this up because that's essentially the gist behind the relatively new ST-Line trim level for the Ford Edge. The Edge's latest model expansion is hardly a surprise...

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2022 Land Rover Defender 110 V8 Brings an Attitude

21. Feb, 2022. Land Rover

  While performance SUVs may be a dime a dozen these days, it's taken some time for automakers to apply their fire-breathing formulas to more utilitarian offerings. Land Rover, for example, is just now bringing a rumble to the jungle with its V-8-powered Defender. But as block-shaped missiles with six-figure price tags go, it was worth the wait...

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New Mercedes EQE ride review

17. Feb, 2022. Mercedes

    Verdict Mercedes has to condense the EQS’s fast, smooth and refined formula down into the EQE, and we’d already say it has a strong real-world electric saloon on its hands. Mercedes is embroiled in an arms race with Audi and BMW in the push towards electrification, but while the EQS limo has impressed us, it’s further down the range where the battle will be...

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2022 Chevrolet Trailblazer

16. Feb, 2022. Chevrolet

    The Chevy Trailblazer returned to the lineup last year, slimmer, cheaper, more stylish and less powerful than in its formative years. So for 2022 the pert little SUV isn’t changed, aside from a heated steering wheel on top models and some air-conditioning improvements. Front-drive models use a 1.2-liter turbo-3 rated at 137 hp, mated to a...

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Tested: 2022 Genesis G80 Sport Gets More Spring in Its Step

15. Feb, 2022. Genesis

  Only last year the Genesis G80 was all new from the ground up. With a choice of two punchy turbo powertrains and the latest iteration of the Genesis design language, we found much to like in the Korean automaker's third-generation mid-size luxury sedan. All we wanted was a touch more athleticism. Apparently, we rubbed the right lamp, because for 2022 our...

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2022 Subaru Forester Wilderness Review: More Capable On- and Off-Road

11. Feb, 2022. Subaru

  The verdict: The 2022 Subaru Forester Wilderness is an off-road-themed trim level of the easy-to-recommend Forester, bringing increased off-road and towing capabilities. Versus the competition: Fortified with more than just stickers and plastic fenders, the Forester Wilderness is more suited to its purpose than most off-road-themed compact SUVs. The Subaru Forester is a perennial Cars.com favorite: It’s finished on...

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2020 BMW 228i Gran Coupe Yearlong Test: A Quick Tale of New Run-Flat Tires

10. Feb, 2022. BMW

Hard driving, aggressive tire wear, and a new set of non-OEM run-flats—the text came in from our test fleet manager, Erick Ayapana, describing the need to source new tires for the 228i xDrive because the current ones were worn beyond safe use. I told him I had recently driven the vehicle and hadn't seen any...

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2022 Volkswagen Jetta

09. Feb, 2022. Volkswagen

    Pros Pleasingly smooth ride Ample storage in the cabin Customizable digital instrument cluster lends a techy vibe Cons Brakes feel grabby at low speeds Steering wheel controls take some getting used to Cabin is more plasticky than others in the class What's new New, more powerful engine Updated styling Volkswagen Digital Cockpit instrument cluster is now standard New standard safety features Part of the seventh Jetta generation introduced...

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2021 Ford Ranger Tremor: Four Wheeler Pickup Truck of the Year Contender

08. Feb, 2022. Ford

If you've been a Ford Ranger fan as long as us, you probably had the same emotional response we did when hearing that the Tremor model would be making a comeback. For better or worse Ford surprised us all when the 2021 Ranger Tremor arrived as a hardcore off-road package instead of the audiophile-geared truck it was...

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Toyota bZ4X review

04. Feb, 2022. Toyota

  Bold new electric SUV from Toyota with 280-mile range    At a glance New price £41,950 - £51,950 Lease from new From £526 p/mView lease deals Used price £34,530 - £45,100 Used monthly cost From £862 per month Fuel economy Not tested to latest standards View pre-2017 economy specs  PROS Two- and four-wheel drive available Industry-leading warranty Big model range, good value  CONS Driving range could be longer No high-performance version There's still a wait to buy one   The...

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2022 Toyota Tundra i-Force Max Hybrid First Drive: Pry the Prius From Your Mind

02. Feb, 2022. Toyota

Toyota has been making hybrids for well over 20 years, but the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra's i-Force Max hybrid powertrain is something new, at least for Toyota. While Toyota's other hybrids (most notably the Prius) use a parallel system (where a gasoline engine and two electric motor-generators connect to a planetary gearset transmission), the i-Force Max—which...

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Our 2022 BMW M3 Is the Perfect Spec

01. Feb, 2022. BMW

    We take this omission seriously. Plus, internet points matter less to us than driving satisfaction, so our long-term M3 has a mere 473 horsepower, rear-wheel drive, and a six-speed manual transmission. So far, we think it's the right one to live with for the next 40,000 miles. Say what you will about the M3's novelty-sized snout...

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Tested: 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT Defines the Performance SUV

31. Jan, 2022. Porsche

  Setting Nürburgring lap records in utility vehicles used to be the province of the well funded but perpetually silly—on shows like Top Gear, for instance. Instead of strapping the late, great Sabine Schmitz into a Ford Transit, Porsche has gone even further this time by strapping the brand's most powerful V-8 into the 2022 Cayenne Turbo GT, and the new "SUV, off-road vehicle...

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Lexus UX300e: long-term test review

28. Jan, 2022. Lexus

    Verdict It’s early days for the Lexus, but it seems the car has a decent blend of dependable real-world range and a surprising amount of practicality. The public charging network is standing up well, too – so far. Mileage: 3,141 Thanks to its relatively early push on hybrid powertrains, Lexus is probably the premium manufacturer best known for electrification. And...

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Hyundai Ioniq 5: long-term test review

28. Jan, 2022. Hyundai

    Verdict Our Car of the Year has made a solid start. Real-world range in cold weather isn’t quite as high as we’d like, but the spacious cabin, terrific on-board tech and ride comfort are making it a pleasure to use. It's always an exciting time when a new long-termer arrives on the Auto Express test fleet –...

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VW Golf eHybrid (2021) review: senseless sensibility

27. Jan, 2022. Volkswagen

  This is as electrified as a Golf will get now. There's no e-Golf anymore, as that job has been taken over by the ID.3, so a plug-in hybrid will have to do. Of course, there's still the GTE. But, to cater to more folks who are chomping at the bit for an electrified car there's this more sensible...

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Rolls-Royce Ghost (2021) review: Black Badge driven

27. Jan, 2022. Rolls-Royce

  The current Rolls-Royce Ghost isn't a radical visual departure from the one it replaced, but in fact features only two carryover parts – the badge and the umbrellas. It's the product of an intense, five-year feedback loop between Goodwood's creative brains and its most influential customers. The result is a car that is both more...

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Mercedes-Benz Drive Pilot First Drive: It Actually Drives Itself*

26. Jan, 2022. Mercedes

  The future, when it arrived, was anticlimactic. The snow flurries had finally eased off and the traffic on the autobahn had at last slowed to less than 37 mph. White lights appeared on the metal buttons at 10-to-2 on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class' steering wheel. I thumbed one of them. Green now glowed on the wheel and in...

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New Batman-inspired Nissan Juke Kiiro revealed

25. Jan, 2022. Nissan

A new Nissan Juke Kiiro special edition has been unveiled. It’s the latest limited-edition version of the current Juke, and will be available to buy from the end of February. Prices are yet to be confirmed, but we’d expect the Kiiro to sit near the top of the range. Only 500 UK cars are available. ‘Kiiro’ is the...

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2023 Toyota Sequoia

24. Jan, 2022. Toyota

    Overview The Toyota Sequoia has always been a full-size, three-row SUV based on the same platform as the Tundra pickup truck, and that won’t change with the new generation set to arrive for the 2023 model year. The new model looks to be far more modern than the outdated second-generation Sequoia it replaces, which has been around...

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Skoda Enyaq Coupe review

24. Jan, 2022. Skoda

    PROS It's an Enyaq, so it'll be easy to live with Roomy, inviting interior Long-range from biggest battery pack  CONS Likely to cost more than standard Enyaq infotainment less intuitive than rivals Above average road noise   Is the Skoda Enyaq Coupe any good? The Coupe version of our current Car of The Year promises more style at a modest price premium over the regular...

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Tesla Track Day! We Drive Flat Out in a Modded Model 3

21. Jan, 2022. Tesla

For some, stock has never been enough. Decades of hot rodders, drifters, lowriders, track rats, and every niche in between have forged rich and enduring cultures centered around modifying automobiles. But as the inevitable era of electrification approaches, there are those who believe we're facing an existential threat to the future of automotive enthusiasm itself.  We have to admit, we're...

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Used Peugeot 5008 (Mk1, 2008-2017) review

21. Jan, 2022. Peugeot

  Verdict When we first drove the Peugeot in 2009, we reported: “The 5008 is a surprise. Mature styling, a compliant ride and sweet handling are matched by a punchy yet frugal range of petrol and diesel powerplants... But it’s the interior that matters on a car like this, and Peugeot has done a superb job.” We...

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2022 Volkswagen Golf R Review: Practical Performance — for a Price

20. Jan, 2022. Volkswagen

2022 Volkswagen Golf R Review: Practical Performance — for a Price The verdict: The redesigned 2022 Volkswagen Golf R hatchback is a refined, entertaining and versatile performance car. Its well-roundedness doesn’t come cheap, however, and some shoppers might not appreciate VW’s newfound love of touch-sensitive controls. Versus the competition: Competitors like the Honda Civic Type R, Hyundai Veloster N...

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New Audi Q8 55 TFSI e 2022 review

20. Jan, 2022. Audi

Verdict If you’re able to take advantage of all the ways that this plug-in hybrid Q8’s powertrain can save you money, then this is the pick of Audi’s swoopy SUV range. It’s wonderfully refined both at low and high speeds, and it’ll be very frugal if used as intended. The only thorn in its side comes...

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Hyundai Kona N SUV review

19. Jan, 2022. Hyundai

    Pros Very quick Lots of standard equipment Cheaper than nearest rivals   Cons Automatic only Too many drive settings i30 N is bigger and costs less The standard Hyundai Kona isn’t our favourite car in its class but the Kona Electric is one of the best electric cars on sale. The Kona range is now even broader and better with the introduction of the Hyundai Kona N, a...

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