While pitching the redesigned 2018 Toyota Camry to a group of automotive journalists, the automaker's marketing team conceded that the country's best-selling midsize sedan was widely considered to be a little boring. That's all changed, Toyota assured the crowd...
There's no shortage of spacious, practical luxury vehicles these days. Most fall into the premium crossover segment, and while many such models avoid the traditionally boxy look of an old-school SUV, they're clearly taller and bulkier than a passenger...
It's not easy to find a more fuel-efficient car than a Prius. Toyota's gas-electric hybrid is now in its fourth generation, and its EPA ratings have climbed with each new iteration. Most of today's Priuses are rated for a...
The midsize sedan market segment is dominated by the best-selling Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, two fine vehicles that deliver a satisfactory ownership experience to hundreds of thousands of customers each year. Consumers uninterested in shopping around can comfortably...
It takes an attentive eye to spot the updates to the redesigned 2018 Audi Q5. The brand's best-selling product, a compact premium crossover, is entering its second generation with subtle changes to a successful formula. Since its introduction as a...
With its tight parking options, narrow alleys and shortage of unpaved roads, the District has been largely immune to the appeal of full-size pickup trucks. But outside of crowded cities, these vehicles command significant appeal — and, for many...
By some definitions, Subaru's most popular compact car isn't actually a car. That best-seller is the Crosstrek — essentially an all-wheel-drive hatchback with some off-road-focused styling details and an elevated ground clearance. Subaru calls the Crosstrek a crossover, marketing it...
There are two main types of consumers who will likely consider upgrading from a mainstream seven-passenger crossover to a model from a premium brand. One type demands a drastic upgrade — an all-out luxury experience fitted into the boxy shape...
When SUVs were first becoming part of the mainstream automotive marketplace, buyers loved their tough, heavy-duty image. The first crossovers offered the same truck-like looks, but were derived from popular passenger cars to offer superior on-road drivability and comfort. Today's...
Many of today's compact sedans no longer seem to warrant the label of “economy car.” Rapidly increasing standards for refinement, comfort and in-cabin technology have turned such models as the Honda Civic, Mazda3 and Chevrolet Cruze into small but...

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