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The 2019 Jeep Cherokee receives a new engine choice, minor interior changes, improved utility, and a next-generation infotainment system. It goes on sale in the spring of 2018.
Small, energetic, and aggressive, the redesigned 2019 Hyundai Veloster is the automotive equivalent of a Jack Russell Terrier. If come upon one, don’t dismiss it as cute, especially if it has an “N” badge on it.
When it arrives in mid-2018, the new 2019 Toyota Avalon will go head-to-head with the Buick LaCrosse, Chrysler 300, and Kia Cadenza in what Toyota classifies the “mid-premium” segment.
The G-Class started life as a utilitarian box on wheels, and somehow became a mega-buck SUV. Now, the redesigned 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class legitimizes this super-luxe sport-utility positioning.
The Forte is Kia’s best selling car, and has seen an impressive increase in sales for 2017, even in its final year before a redesign. To keep the momentum on the upswing, Kia introduces the redesigned 2019 Forte.

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Nissan’s big 2018 car news is the debut of a redesigned Leaf electric car. Other Nissan cars receive minor updates for the 2018 model year.
From the “no news is good news” department, Toyota makes few changes to its lineup of 2018 model year pickup trucks and SUVs.
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.
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