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New Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition 2021 review

16. Jun, 2021. Volkswagen

The small Volkswagen T-Cross SUV turns on the style in new Black Edition trim Verdict Black Edition trim is a useful update to the T-Cross line-up, adding some additional styling touches for not much extra. It’s a solid small SUV with some good tech – although we wish more of it was standard. However, we can’t fault...

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2022 Lexus IS500 Brings Back the V-8

15. Jun, 2021. Lexus

The newest F Sport Performance version of the IS takes us back to the golden era of compact sports sedans with naturally aspirated V-8 engines. About a decade ago, compact sports sedans offered naturally aspirated V-8s that absolutely ripped. Before everyone went turbo, the E90 BMW M3, the B7 Audi RS4, and the W204 Mercedes C63...

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Everrati Porsche 911 (964) Signature review: retro electric 911 tested

14. Jun, 2021. Porsche

  With stricter emissions regulations, combustion engine bans coming into force in the future and changing attitudes to electrification, the restomod scene has exploded with new electric possibilities. You can now get no end of classic cars modified or completely overhauled to run on e-power. But Everrati is convinced its electric creations aren't as simple as just...

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2022 Nissan Pathfinder Review: Outdoor Adventure Wagon Rebooted

12. Jun, 2021. Nissan

When SUVs first arrived on the American scene, they were purpose-built, off-road adventure and utility vehicles. They weren’t luxurious and they weren’t comfortable; they were work wagons used by forest rangers and farmers. Somewhere along the way, they became eight-seat family vehicles, replacing the station wagon and minivan in most driveways. But the trend we’ve...

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Tesla Model X SUV review

10. Jun, 2021. Tesla

"With cutting-edge looks and the technology to back them up, the Model X is one of the most impressive and family-friendly electric cars you can buy" SUVs and off-roader style cars are selling in bigger numbers than ever before, so it’s hardly surprising that a company with the profile of Tesla should want to move into...

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New Porsche Taycan RWD 2021 review

09. Jun, 2021. Porsche

The entry-level Porsche Taycan loses four-wheel drive, but is sharper as a result VerdictThis latest Porsche Taycan proves that the car’s high points are at the extremes of the range. If you want thrilling, mind-bending performance, get the Turbo S. If you want a version with a great real-world range, its own unique character and a...

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Audi Q4 e-Tron (2021) review: total eclipse

05. Jun, 2021. Audi

  You know how they say never buy the first version of a new Apple product? Perhaps a similar golden rule should be applied to electric cars. The first model based on the VW Group's entry-level electric platform, the VW ID.3 released last summer, had a premature, unfinished edge to it. But every new MEB derivative launched since then...

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Tested: 2021 Porsche Panamera GTS Clings to Relevance

04. Jun, 2021. Porsche

Minor updates to the V-8-powered GTS model struggle to brighten the slow-selling Panamera's luster.   Just as we've become comfortable with there being Porsche luxury sedans and SUVs, the company has started to throw more curveballs at us. While the 911 and the 718 sports cars still tug at our heartstrings, they've now been joined by an electric Porsche...

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Ford Kuga SUV review: PHEV and diesel versions driven

31. May, 2021. Ford

They say to understand where you’re going you need to know where you came from, but so stark is the contrast between this third-generation Ford Kuga and the Blue Oval’s first European mid-sized SUV – the developed-with-Nissan Maverick of 1993 – that the scholastic learning is worthy of a Masters dissertation in crossover evolution. In fact...

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Hyundai Bayon price and spec details

30. May, 2021. Hyundai

Hyundai's latest SUV set to arrive in the UK this summer Details about the Hyundai Bayon SUV have been revealed, and it is due to go on sale in the UK in the summer of 2021. It’s designed to be a belated replacement to the ix20, brings with it some big car technology, and is designed...

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2022 Volkswagen Taos First Drive: Exactly as Good as It Needs to Be

27. May, 2021. Volkswagen

It’s a good thing you like SUVs, America, because the march of replacing passenger cars with compact crossovers continues without delay. The latest automaker to do it: Volkswagen. This is the new 2022 Taos, which will replace the Golf hatchback in VW’s lineup when it arrives in June (the GTI and Golf R will remain...

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The BMW X8 is coming: giant flagship SUV aims for sleeker look

25. May, 2021. BMW

Flagship 2022 BMW X8 will rival premium large SUV models including the Range Rover and Mercedes GLS The forthcoming BMW X8 SUV has been spotted undergoing track testing ahead of its reveal in 2022. When it arrives, the X8 will sit at the top of the brand’s SUV line-up as a sleeker alternative to the X7...

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2021 Buick Encore GX 1.3T FWD First Drive: Reasonable Doubt

24. May, 2021. Buick

Buick gives the Encore a little blue pill. If Jay-Z was seeking a Buick when he asked for an "encore" in his 2003 song of the same name, then the legendary Brooklyn-born rapper is in luck, because the American brand now sells two Encores: the subcompact Encore and the larger, but not quite compact, Encore GX...

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New Mazda 6 Kuro Edition 2021 review

22. May, 2021. Mazda

The Mazda 6 family car gets the brand’s special-edition Kuro treatment VerdictThe Mazda 6 Kuro Edition is a good example of a dying breed of car. It gets plenty of standard equipment, the quality feels good enough for the price, it drives sweetly and offers enough practicality. However, combined with the naturally aspirated engine and Mazda’s...

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Ferrari Roma review

21. May, 2021. Ferari

Beautifully styled coupe mixes old school charm with cutting edge tech Is the Ferrari Roma any good?The term ‘entry-level’ has never been a particularly easy fit when it comes to Ferrari. The cars at this end of the line-up are far from affordable, after all, and once specified with a few options can easily find themselves...

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Tested: 2021 BMW M550i xDrive Gets Another Go at the Test Track

17. May, 2021. BMW

After disappointing acceleration numbers in our first test, we brought the M550i back for a retest to see if things improve. When we last checked in with the BMW M550i we were a bit puzzled by its slower-than-anticipated acceleration numbers. BMW claims a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.6 seconds yet our test car needed 4.1 seconds to...

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Exposed! All Models From Toyota And Lexus Until 2024

13. May, 2021. Toyota

What's planned through 2024? Read on. The world will very much continue despite the coronavirus pandemic currently sweeping the globe. Although it's way too soon to know when life will return to normal, automakers are still preparing future models. Today, a massive leak has been exposed thanks to AllCarNews on Instagram revealing what Toyota and Lexus...

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Audi Q4 E-Tron price and spec details

13. May, 2021. Audi

Audi's take on the electric family SUV is cool and classy Audi has revealed full details and prcies of the new all-electric Q4 E-Tron. It's the company's first electric car based on the same technology as the Volkswagen ID.3 and Skoda Enyaq iV and as well as being available as a regular SUV, you can also...

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Peugeot 508 Sport Engineered (2021) review: the hybrid shapeshifter

09. May, 2021. Peugeot

  Meet the many-hatted Peugeot 508 Sport Engineered – in one package a stylish fastback, business-class motorway cruiser, zero-tailpipe-emissions planet-pleaser and now, apparently, a powerful sports car. That's a lot of plates to spin. So it won't surprise you to hear Peugeot's turned to a flexible plug-in hybrid powertrain to achieve it, promising more power than a...

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2021 Chevrolet Camaro Turbo 1LE First Test: Its Own Thing

08. May, 2021. Chevrolet

The four-cylinder 1LE delivers amazing handling and no messy tire smoke. It seems that nearly every review of the Chevrolet Camaro compares it to the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, and with good reason—these three nameplates are historic foes going back 50 years. Well, Constant Reader, that won't happen today, because the subject of this test...

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Our 2021 Mazda CX-30 Impresses at a Leisurely Pace

07. May, 2021. Mazda

Save for a misplaced plastic bucket in the middle of a highway, the first 10,000 miles with our Mazda CX-30 have been uneventful and about what we expected. We'll get to the bucket in a minute, but first let's talk about our initial thoughts on the CX-30—one specific to its segment, the other to the...

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Mercedes GLC SUV review

06. May, 2021. Mercedes

“The Mercedes GLC is an SUV that benefits from a lot of C-Class pedigree, but with a raised ride height and improved practicality”Mercedes has had a car battling against the BMW X3 and Audi Q5 since 2009, but to UK buyers this may not have been obvious because the old GLK-Class was only sold in...

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New Toyota Mirai 2021 review

04. May, 2021. Toyota

We get behind the wheel of the second-generation Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car VerdictToyota has learned a great deal about fuel cell cars since the first Mirai was released back in 2014 - and it shows. The new model is improved in pretty much every measurable way, and most subjective ones, too. While limited refuelling...

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 prototype (2021) review: an electric showstopper

29. Apr, 2021. Hyundai

  It's clear that Hyundai's mantra must be 'speak softly and carry a big stick.' It just must be. Being among quiet pioneers of family-friendly electric cars already with the original Ioniq and Kona, the brand is about to smack us across the chops with a whole new range of EVs under the Ioniq sub-brand, starting...

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class review

28. Apr, 2021. Mercedes

Big Mercedes-Benz comes loaded with tech, but feels less weighed-down Is the Mercedes-Benz S-Class any good? You bet! Without fail, each new generation of Mercedes-Benz S-Class is tasked with setting new standards of excellence. And in the case of this one, its maker has pulled out all the stops with a car that's designed to be smoother...

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Honda HR-V: e:HEV hybrid powertrain details revealed

23. Apr, 2021. Honda

New Honda HR-V SUV has a fresh look, updated technology and a 129bhp dual-motor hybrid powertrain The all-new Honda HR-V was revealed earlier this year and now the firm has confirmed further details of the new car’s 129bhp e:HEV hybrid powertrain. For the third-generation HR-V, Honda has given it a sleeker exterior design, an all-new interior and...

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2021 Volvo XC60 Recharge Review: Plug-In Hybrid Pass/Fail

22. Apr, 2021. Volvo

The verdict: Volvo’s five years of experience building plug-in-hybrid SUVs seems to be paying off, as the Recharge T8 version of the 2021 XC60 luxury compact SUV is as well rounded in its plug-in aspects as the gas version is in every other way. Versus the competition: This will soon change, but the XC60 T8 has...

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2021 Mercedes-Benz E 300 Coupe AMG Line Review

21. Apr, 2021. Mercedes

Only launched a few weeks back, we have already had the chance to test Mercedes-Benz’ all-new E-Class Coupé. In fact, this E300 Coupé was a bit like Darth Vader’s wheels. Well, that’s what at least two of the people we happened across said. They’re coupled at the tote, old Darth Vader and black. Anywa, this is...

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2022 Volkswagen GTI First Test: They Still Make ’Em Like They Used To

20. Apr, 2021. Volkswagen

New tech doesn’t dull the VW GTI’s legendary character. Can a car have a panic attack? No? Okay, good. For a second there, we wanted to throw a weighted car cover over our white 2022 Volkswagen GTI and slip some sort of vehicular benzodiazepine in its gas tank. If it could gain sentience, this shapely little...

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World premiere: The Mercedes EQS is something completely different

16. Apr, 2021. Mercedes

The world premiere of the new flagship of the Mercedes-Benz brand was held on April 15. In the years ahead, the EQS model will have the significance that the S-Class had in the years behind us. It may be able to connect with important Mercedes only because it is luxurious, but the new top limousine from...

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2022 Kia Carnival First Drive Review: So Long, Sedona

16. Apr, 2021. KIA

No Ferris wheels or fried dough, but the Carnival is good fun. Drop the fantasy for a moment. As much as we'd all love to project the rough-and-tumble, outdoorsy ruggedness associated with the deep-voiced sales pitches in SUV ads, how often are you really tackling anything more challenging than a gravel parking lot or a dusty...

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Toyota Prius Review: High Mileage, for a Price

14. Apr, 2021. Toyota

The verdict: Sky-high fuel efficiency with front- or all-wheel drive remains the main draw for Toyota’s iconic Prius hybrid, even as the aging current generation grows less competitive in other ways. Versus the competition: When Toyota unveiled this generation of the Prius more than five years ago, we lauded the car’s advancements in handling and interior...

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New Mercedes EQS prototype review

12. Apr, 2021. Mercedes

From behind the wheel, the late prototype version of the Mercedes EQS reveals the tech-packed EV’s quiet and refined character Verdict The Mercedes EQS is the kind of car where you don’t miss a combustion engine. It’s all about refinement, which it seriously delivers. It’s surprisingly agile given its size and weight, while performance is strong. This is...

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2022 TOYOTA COROLLA: PREVIEW, PRICING, RELEASE DATE

07. Apr, 2021. Toyota

The current-generation Toyota Corolla rolled out in 2019 as a hatchback, then followed in 2020 with a sedan and the model line’s first-ever hybrid variant. The current look is the sportiest one we’ve seen yet, as the Corolla adopted many of the styling cues of the larger Toyota Camry sedan with its gaping grille, muscular...

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Toyota Highlander review

06. Apr, 2021. Toyota

A capable and seriously practical family SUV with hybrid power as standard The Toyota Highlander isn’t a car that’ll be familiar to most people in the UK, but if you live in the USA, Russia or Japan you may well recognise it. This fourth-generation model is the first that’s been available in Western Europe and the...

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BMW i4 Gran Coupe Preview

04. Apr, 2021. BMW

BMW's Tesla Model 3 rival looks promising for keen drivers BMW's electric car catch-up operation is gathering pace, as it reveals the next part of its grand plan. The new i4 Gran Coupe is a sleek four-door electric saloon that roughly corresponds with the 3 Series in terms of size, making it a natural rival to...

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2021 Mazda 3 2.5 Turbo Hatchback Review: Big Heart, Could Use More Soul

03. Apr, 2021. Mazda

Mazda's slogan is "Feel Alive," but this hatchback doesn't yet fulfill its potential. The 2021 Mazda 3 2.5 Turbo is a tricky car to wrap the old noggin around. Not because it produces brain-melting acceleration and cornering figures or because it'll set your hair on fire at the local autocross. That's not necessarily the case. Rather...

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2021 Hyundai Santa Fe 2.5T Pushes Toward Luxury

02. Apr, 2021. Hyundai

In top Calligraphy trim, Hyundai's new Santa Fe two-row crossover has luxury aspirations and a strong, 277-hp turbo engine. It is hard for a car lover to get excited about the two-row mid-sized crossover segment. And although we're not happy to admit it, unexciting and practical is exactly what a lot of car buyers want and...

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Volkswagen ID.4 review

31. Mar, 2021. Volkswagen

The Volkswagen ID.4 is a fully electric SUV that is a logical extension of the excellent Golf-sized ID.3 hatchback family. It's on UK sale now, but only as the ID.4 1st Edition initially, costing a hefty £40,800 now that it is no longer eligible for the government's plug-in car grant. Expect a wider range of...

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2021 Audi Q5 First Test: The Popular Kid Gets a Fresh Wardrobe

28. Mar, 2021. Audi

Audi’s most popular model gets a midcycle refresh but leaves us wanting a bit more. Just before 2020 ended, we had the chance to drive the 2021 Audi SQ5, the sportier variant of the Q5 powered by a punchy V-6 engine. Like we noted back then, the SQ5 delivers the best of both worlds. It's a...

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Volkswagen Arteon Review: Classy in a Class of Its Own

26. Mar, 2021. Volkswagen

The verdict: As every SUV in the parking lot starts to look the same, the 2021 Volkswagen Arteon near-luxury mid-size hatchback stands out as a roomy, refined and refreshingly pleasant alternative for those willing to look beyond the mainstream sedan and SUV classes. Versus the competition: Aside from its body style, the Arteon stands apart from...

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2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Wagon Unparalleled Exclusivity

25. Mar, 2021. Mercedes

Mercedes-Benz does not break down its end-of-year sales by model, but we know that the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 Wagon is a rare car; it’s likely more exclusive than most Ferrari and Lamborghini models. “Generically speaking [E63 S Wagon owners] are high income and are very much brand and model-loyal,” a Mercedes spokesperson told CarBuzz. “[They]...

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2022 Acura MDX: 5 Things We Like and 3 Things We Don’t

24. Mar, 2021. Mazda

The 2022 Acura MDX is a fresh take on a luxurious three-row SUV that squares off against strong rivals such as the Lincoln Aviator, Lexus RX, Genesis GV80 and Infiniti QX60. Where the new and improved MDX shines is in value. Even with a starting price of more than $47,000, the 2022 MDX comes standard...

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Mazda MX-30 SUV review

23. Mar, 2021. Mazda

"The Mazda MX-30 is a stylish electric SUV that's fun to drive and affordable" This is the Mazda MX-30, the first all-electric model in the history of the Japanese manufacturer. It looks stylish, and in keeping with the brand's other models, it's also fun to drive. Mazda isn't afraid to go its own way, and unlike rival...

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2021 Toyota Camry SE First Test: Is Good Enough Good Enough?

21. Mar, 2021. Toyota

The competition is stronger than ever. Can a refreshed Camry hold its own? We all know why the Toyota Camry is the default for many when they need point A to point B transportation. It's well-priced and spacious, carries Toyota's reputation for reliability, and has almost always ranged from decent looking to, today, actually handsome. But...

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BMW 7 Series saloon review

20. Mar, 2021. BMW

"The latest BMW 7 Series sports a brash new grille, improved powertrains and even more tech" This is the sixth-generation of the BMW 7 Series luxury saloon and arguably the most identifiable, thanks to its bold new face. BMW clearly decided its conservative flagship saloon needed to stand out against the stately Mercedes S-Class and forward-looking...

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Ford Puma review

19. Mar, 2021. Ford

The Ford Puma is back - the small, sporty coupe is now a stylish, practical compact SUV that’s good to drive, but lacks cabin space. We’ve waited a while for Ford to give us a proper compact SUV based on the Fiesta. Until now, the firm’s sole offering in the B-SUV market - the EcoSport -...

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2022 Audi RS e-tron GT Whirs Toward the Future

17. Mar, 2021. Audi

As Audi's version of the Porsche Taycan, the new RS e-tron GT is an exciting, Tesla-chasing ride. To make sure the 2022 e-tron GT stands out among the brand's other electric offerings, Audi asked sound engineers to develop a new soundtrack specifically for the e-tron GT and RS e-tron GT models. Before you go looking for...

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The Next 2024 BMW i8 M: Preview, Specs, and Prices

16. Mar, 2021. BMW

BMW has introduced its next i8 M concept, this new BMW’s luxury sedan will come out for the 2024 model year. The 2024 i8 M available in two trims models: Coupe and Roadster. So with this article, we will find out more details about the 2024 i8 M, how good its performance, and how much...

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2022 Lexus RX 350

15. Mar, 2021. Lexus

What is the RX 350? Even though this current-generation RX 350 is getting on in years, it remains a strong option in the competitive midsize luxury SUV segment. Its V6 engine isn't the most efficient, but it delivers smooth acceleration and, combined with the unflappable ride quality, makes the RX 350 one of the most comfortable...

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2023 Mercedes-Benz A-Class hatchback spy shots: Mid-cycle update in the works

14. Mar, 2021. Mercedes

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class is about to come in for a round of updates, as evidenced by a prototype spotted in Germany. The prototype is for an updated version of the A-Class hatchback sold outside the United States, but we should see the same changes introduced on the sedan variant we get here. The current A-Class arrived in...

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New Toyota 4Runner Coming in 2023? Find Out Here!

13. Mar, 2021. Toyota

Apart from being the fan-favorite Toyota model in the lineup and being one of the last North American models still assembled in Japan, the Toyota 4Runner is consistent. In fact we’ve often referred to this iconic off-roader as the king of consistency. For the better part of 11 years, the fifth model generation has been...

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BMW M4 Competition review

10. Mar, 2021. BMW

  If someone had have told you twenty years ago that the latest BMW M4 (or M3, as it was universally called back then) would have over 500bhp, a choice of all-wheel drive – but no manual gearbox – and styling loud enough to send seasoned M enthusiasts off into the arms of AMG, you’d no...

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Mercedes E-Class hybrid review

09. Mar, 2021. Mercedes

"The smooth and quick Mercedes E-Class plug-in hybrids combine luxury with impressive fuel efficiency”Those who live out of town might only encounter heavy traffic during the latter stages of the daily commute to and from work. It's in these circumstances, where the roads get congested, slow and polluted, that a plug-in hybrid really makes sense...

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2021 Lexus ES 250 AWD Review: A Peculiar but Needed Lexus ES

08. Mar, 2021. Lexus

The verdict: The 2021 Lexus ES gets all-wheel drive for the first time, though it might not be what you’d expect: Four-wheel traction is paired only with a noisy, modestly powered four-cylinder engine. Versus the competition: With disappearing competition, the ES remains one of the last large, affordable luxury cars on the market that isn’t hellbent...

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2020 Mazda CX-30 Road Trip Review: When Driving Doesn’t Matter

07. Mar, 2021. Mazda

On the open road, our long-term Mazda CX-30 keeps its driver involved—too involved. Mazda no longer uses "Driving Matters" as its tagline (now it's "Feel Alive"—already do, thanks), but that ethos is still imbued in every one of its vehicles. We agree with that mantra—mostly. Sometimes we'd trade involvement for relaxation, particularly when enduring long highway...

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Mercedes-Benz EQE Will Be Smaller Than The E-Class

05. Mar, 2021. Mercedes

Mercedes-Benz is going all-in on their EQ line of vehicles, with six new cars confirmed to launch over the coming months and years. We’ve already seen spy shots of the EQS Sedan, which will be unveiled later this year. This time it’s the turn of the smaller EQE Sedan. The EQE Sedan will be the second...

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Lexus UX review

04. Mar, 2021. Lexus

Compact crossover is an intriguing, leftfield choice Seemingly at a relentless pace, the onward march of the SUV continues, as typified by the Lexus UX crossover. Not so long ago, the RX was Lexus’s only SUV, but in short order the British line-up’s been fleshed-out both by the medium-sized NX and the seven-seater RX L. With...

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Tested: 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Seeks to Normalize Electric Cars

03. Mar, 2021. Volkswagen

VW's electric crossover succeeds at imitating the gas-powered competition but forgoes many of the things we like about EVs. As electric cars begin to proliferate, we are seeing the auto industry figuring out the best way to build and sell battery-powered cars. Some take existing gasoline models, rip out their powertrains, and bolt in battery packs...

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A 2021 Honda CR-V Hybrid Sidles into Our Long-Term Fleet

28. Feb, 2021. Honda

We begin a 40,000-mile shakedown of Honda's first electrified crossover to see if the powertrain scales up into the brand's bestselling vehicle. Introduction We invited a 2021 Honda CR-V to join our long-term fleet so we could spend some quality time (and 40,000 miles) with Honda's bestseller and the fifth-bestselling vehicle in the United States. We chose...

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Land Rover Defender SUV review

26. Feb, 2021. Land Rover

"The Land Rover Defender has returned with an incredible repertoire of talents, including a strong range of plug-in hybrid, petrol and diesel engines"This is the all-new Land Rover Defender, the long-awaited, much-hyped replacement for Britain's most famous SUV. It returns some four years after production of its predecessor stopped, and manages to be both similar...

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2021 Buick Envision Review: Premium Value

25. Feb, 2021. Buick

The verdict: The redesigned 2021 Buick Envision premium compact SUV is stylish and refined, and has easy-to-use tech features, but poor brake-pedal feel degrades the driving experience. Versus the competition: Sized like a compact SUV but priced below subcompact luxury models, the 2021 Envision gives shoppers who aren’t concerned with having a traditional luxury badge a...

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New Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo prototype review

24. Feb, 2021. Porsche

We get behind the wheel of a prototype version of the new all-electric Porsche Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo ahead of its official arrival Porsche’s first foray into the electric car world has gone better than it could’ve imagined. The Taycan has won plaudits the world over, with sales to match. So it makes sense to...

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Kia Rio hatchback review

22. Feb, 2021. KIA

"The Kia Rio is a competent supermini, but because it doesn't excel in any one area, it's difficult to recommend over the competition" The Kia Rio has matured rather impressively since the first, rather mundane and budget-focused version arrived over a decade ago. While still good value, the updated Rio is now more sensible than penny-pinching...

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