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We can't all afford an executive limo, but that doesn't mean we should miss out on the bells and whistles. The best affordable cars cost well under $40,000, yet offer their owners similar convenience and driving tech as the big executive rollers.
The compact SUV gains dramatically improved StarLink tech to go with its standard all-wheel drive and exceptional ground clearance.
With an optional 2.0-liter turbocharged engine and a new transmission, the latest Sonata is a strong choice for those who want a little fun on their commute.
On the surface, ProPilot Assist looks like standard lane-keeping steering assist, but this system has a backup plan that protects drowsy or incapacitated drivers.
The Redline edition styling package brings a meaner appearance to the V8-powered Chevy Camaro SS.
A new top-trim Turbo model adds 40 ponies to the Kia Soul's previous best, but how much does that transform the compact SUV?
With a bed that integrates a cooler, an audio system and enough power for a 60-inch TV, the 2017 Honda Ridgeline is a tailgater's dream.
With its incredibly precise handling and ability to run at high revs forever, you can get more out of the Toyota 86 on public roads than you can get with much higher performance sport cars.
A sleek new look and slew of driver's aids make the new CR-V the king of crossovers.
If you're looking for a customizable truck, you could do much worse than the Ford F-150, but it will cost you.
With fine attention to detail, Mazda pits its CX-5 small SUV against the likes of BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Whether it's ride quality, fuel economy or cargo space, the Civic Hatch Sport delivers in spades.
Why Chrysler's all-new Pacifica minivan is smarter than your average SUV.