We’re closing in on a year with the Honda CR-V Touring. Here’s a quick rundown of small things that stand out, plus a couple that don’t.

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Last week, Ford shocked the industry when it announced a plan to discontinue the majority of its U.S. car lineup. The Mustang will stick around, and we’ll get the Audi Allroad-esque Focus Active hatchback, but that’s it.

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Land Rover launched three pre-production vehicles, dubbed the Series I, at the Amsterdam Motor Show in 1948 (pictured below). It has now been exactly 70 years since that debut, and Land Rover is celebrating the milestone birthday by restoring its original car and introducing a brand new Defender later this year.

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Earlier this year, we got our first look at the redesigned 2019 Ram 1500. And as we discovered during our first drive, Fiat Chrysler’s full-size pickup truck is more stylish, comfortable, and refined than ever.

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Tesla says its new vehicles are equipped with the hardware needed for fully driverless operation, but as it stands today with regulations, testing, and the availability of features, Autopilot remains a semi-autonomous system that requires a driver’s hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

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This may be the umpteenth time we’ve seen a Toyota Supra prototype, but each encounter reveals new information about the final model that will arrive next year.

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The boring, spacious, and slow U.S.-market Toyota Corolla sedan has a vibrant European cousin that carries none of those traits. New for 2019, the Corolla hatchback reverses traditional Corolla sedan weaknesses in a package that could change consumers’ opinions about the decades-strong nameplate, for better and worse.

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It’s a different atmosphere inside the redesigned 2019 Toyota Avalon. Sure, the Avalon’s steering wheel buttons, instrument cluster, and gear stalk will look familiar to Camry drivers, but the rest of the package has evolved into something more special.

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There is a good chance you’re one of the 100-plus million Amazon Prime customers who enjoys free shipping on products you order online. Likely you get your purchases delivered to your home or office.

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I never bothered to figure out exactly what it was, but I recognized it immediately. Growing up in a farming community, I have the smell of an orchard on the first hot day of spring burned into my memory.

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