The more time I spend with the CX-5, the more I think why get anything else? Consider my opinion biased, but if you drove one daily, or at least an extended period of time, I think you might feel the same.

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Lexus hadn’t fully redesigned the ES since the 2013 model year, and its age was starting to show. From the ride quality to the cabin controls and exterior silhouette, the ES was falling behind top competitors in the midsize segment.

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At this week’s Beijing auto show, Volvo showed off the plug-in hybrid version of the XC40 to the public for the first time. Official specs still haven’t been revealed, but when it goes on sale, the only Volvo not offered as a PHEV in the U.S.

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After a refresh last year, the Honda Fit soldiers on essentially unchanged for the 2019 model year. Prices also remain unchanged, with base models starting at $17,080.

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The 2019 Corolla hatchback has already moved to the Toyota New Global Architecture, and now it’s the sedan’s turn to adopt the technology. To prepare for the 12th generation Corolla, Toyota will invest $170 million in its plant in Blue Springs, Mississippi.

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Hyundai’s 1.6-liter turbo-four is one of the best engines in its U.S. powertrain lineup. It has been updated to produce full torque at lower revs (1,500 rpm versus 1,750 in the previous Veloster) and is used in many Hyundai and Kia vehicles.

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Quick Stats: Joey Logano, Daytona 500 winner, NASCAR driver
Daily Driver:2018 Ford F-150 Raptor (Logano’s rating: 10 on a scale of 1 to 10)
Other cars: see below

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Automotive futurists and savvy engineers expect battery EVs to eventually handle all our light-duty personal transportation and most of our urban/short-distance hauling needs. But they also disagree with Elon Musk that BEVs can swing long-distance heavy hauling.

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“It’s so quiet,” I blurted out, unprompted, as we sat at a stoplight. If there’s anything we know about trucks and diesels, after all, it’s that they can be pretty noisy.

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It’s been more than two years since we heard from Jeep’s Mike Manley that a Wrangler-based pickup truck was going into production. About six months later, one of our spy photographers caught the first prototype out testing in the wild.

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