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With its arrival in 2018 as a 2019 model-year vehicle, the all-new Genesis G70 compact sport sedan brings the Genesis sedan count to three: G70, G80, and G90. Read our preview for more details!
The Leaf arrived for the 2010 model year and has become the world’s most popular EV, but it is time for a new Nissan Leaf. It arrives in early 2018. Read our preview...
Plenty is riding on the expected success of the third-generation version of Porsche's top SUV, the redesigned 2019 Porsche Cayenne.
Updated with subtle styling changes, new infotainment technology, enhanced charging options, and a sport-tuned i3s variant, BMW’s 2018 i3 EV offers up to 180 miles of estimated driving range.
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For the 2018 model year, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk debuts, equipped with a supercharged V-8 engine making 707 horsepower. Find out what else is new for the 2018 Jeep SUV lineup...
Following the cancellation of the Dart and Viper, Dodge is left with a collection of aged cars and SUVs that rely on either low prices or massive power infusions. Find out what's new for each 2017 Dodge car, SUV, and minivan model...
Following the cancellation of the 200 midsize sedan and without any new models on the horizon, the future of the Chrysler brand appears uncertain.
These are the luxury crossovers and SUVs priced higher than $60,000 that rank highest in terms of predicted reliability.
Among luxury crossovers and SUVs priced beneath $60,000, these 10 models are the most likely to provide long-term reliability, according to J.D. Power predicted reliability ratings.
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