If you’re in the market for a five-door hatch, these two models have you covered. The Volkswagen Golf SE is practical and understated, and the Volkwagen Golf GTI is just plain fun. See photos.
Have six figures to drop on a powerful luxury sedan? The BMW M5 makes a strong case for your money. The new M5 looks to topple the competition with power you have to respect.
With improved technology and the impressive Super Cruise, the Cadillac CT6 Platinum offers a fun-to-drive, large car that won’t be lost in the crowd.
Need a family hauler with AWD? The Toyota Sienna minivan can do it for less money than a large SUV. It might not be as cool as a crossover, but the Sienna offers AWD and plenty of space for the family.
Desire a crossover that can run on electric or gas power? Then Mitsubishi has a ride for you. This Outlander is a much more competitive, small crossover that just happens to not use that much gas.
Competition beware, Genesis makes its move on the compact luxury sedan class. The latest luxury car brand Genesis looks to move the market with a sporty luxury sedan and takes aim at the leader.
Buying an inexpensive car? The new Kia Rio is a sophisticated subcompact that’s easy on the wallet.
Toyota has jumped into the mini compact crossover market with a new stylish Ute that stands out. The new C-HR is also a value buy with many safety and convenience features at a lower-than-expected price.
Mazda isn’t giving up on sedans, says car guy Mike Parris. The new Mazda6 Signature is a premium sedan that’s fun to drive. See photos.
The 2018 Nissan Maxima SR is a stylish, premium sedan that you can probably get a good deal on as the 2019 redesign comes in. WTOP car guy Mike Parris spent a week with the car, and gives his impressions.
Car guy Mike Parris says the second crossover from Jaguar is another winner. The E-PACE R-Dynamic mixes luxury and sport very nicely with plenty of power and a high-quality interior in a smaller package. See photos.
Need more sport in a compact luxury crossover? The BMW X3 M40i gives you the power.
Lexus put itself on the map in 1989 with its large, classy sedan, the LS. 30 years later, the car is getting a remake to appeal to drivers who may want the same Lexus quality in a larger, sporty looking sedan.
Power-hungry enthusiasts don’t have to suffer with boring family hauler status anymore. The Dodge Durango SRT 392 pairs the powerful V-8 engine with the well-rounded utility needs of a larger SUV.
Volvo has in just a few short years evolved from sleepy to head-of-the-class making safe cars that are now stand-out vehicles. The S90, the flagship car for Volvo, demonstrates what a modern luxury car should be.
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