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At the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, Mercedes introduced the third generation of the CLS-Class. It’s still great looking. It still has four doors. And yes, Mercedes still calls it a coupe.
The 2019 Kia Sorento benefits from a freshening that revises its styling, improves its interior, enhances its safety, and upgrades its technology.
Though the current Mazda 6 is four years old, it does not get a redesign for 2018. Instead, Mazda has “re-engineered” the car, and the Mazda 6 remains one of the more appealing cars in its class.
The latest iteration of the Jeep Wrangler seeks to meet the rigors of the legendary off-road capability while putting on a sheen of refinement.
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For 2018, Volkswagen introduces two highly competitive SUVs and rolls out a confidence-inspiring 6-year/72,000-mile, fully transferrable bumper-to-bumper warranty plan for all models except the e-Golf electric car.
Cadillac continues to roll out its next-generation version of its CUE infotainment system, introduces a new hands-free driving technology called Super Cruise for the top trim in the CT6 lineup, and gives the aging yet popular XTS a freshening designed to give the car a few more years of life.
Under new ownership by Nissan Motor, Mitsubishi is regrouping for 2018. The aged Lancer compact sedan and odd i-MiEV electric car are cancelled, leaving the Mirage hatchback and sedan, Outlander Sport, and the Outlander in the lineup.
Honda redesigns the Accord for 2018, undertaking what it calls “the most dramatic remake in 41 years.” The company’s Odyssey minivan is also all new, and loaded with family-friendly safety, infotainment, and convenience features.
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