Despite the growing popularity of crossovers, Kia’s best-selling model last year was the Forte. Now, the automaker is overhauling one of the most important vehicles in its lineup.

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OK, we tried an aluminum two-seat aero-lozenge, then we rolled the dice with a “can’t beat ’em, join ’em” steel hatchback, and buyers still shrugged. Ah, heck. Let’s see if an Insight with a trunk draws a crowd! That’s the product-planning discussion we imagine having taken place inside Honda HQ.

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As the honeymoon phase starts to taper off, I’m starting to see a few shortcomings of my 2017 Mazda CX-5. I mentioned in the arrival that our Real MPG testing resulted in an 18.4/29.9/22.3 mpg city/highway/combined rating, which is below the gas mileage both Mazda and the EPA claims (23/29/26 for AWD 2017 models like ours or 24/30/26 for AWD 2018 models).

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Perhaps it was only a matter of time, but Ford has created its first performance SUV with the 2019 Edge ST midsize crossover, which goes on sale this summer with a twin-turbocharged V-6 engine and a new look shared with the rest of the refreshed Edge lineup.

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Harman is best known for its variety of premium audio brands, with some of the most advanced automotive sound systems on the market. With help from its new owner, Samsung, the company is going beyond audio and has unveiled its new Digital Cockpit platform at CES, a flexible and scalable multi-display interior made for a connected lifestyle.

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This 1948 Land Rover was the first of the pre-production run that promoted the launch of the now-iconic Series I. This specific example, shown at the Amsterdam Motor Show that same year, went missing in the 1950s before resurfacing in 2016 when spotted in a garden in Birmingham, U.K.

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Can’t afford a Jaguar F-Type SVR of your very own? Good news—now you can rent one at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in select locations around the U.S.

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When you think of the Consumer Electronics Show, you may picture wild concept cars whose technologies we won’t see for quite some time. But Mercedes is showing off a new infotainment system that leverages artificial intelligence and augmented reality, and it should enter production this year.

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The in-car navigation system is becoming less of a necessity thanks to new smartphone connectivity systems like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto that make it easy to display real-time navigation apps like Google Maps and Apple Maps on the vehicle’s center screen.

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Joining BMW, Toyota will introduce Amazon Alexa to certain cars in the U.S. starting this year. The rollout will continue to more models in 2019.

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