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  1. Sedans may be passé, but value never goes out of style. The 2020 Subaru Legacy is the less-popular sibling to the other Best Car To Buy 2020 nominee: the 2020 Subaru Outback. The Legacy skips the hand-me-downs. It has a mature sedan look that’s understated. The interior is anything but. Like the Outback, the Legacy’s cabin is...View the full article
  2. The 2020 Kia Stinger wasn’t merely molded to emulate German uber sedans from BMW and Audi, it was designed to beat them at their own game. Overall the 2020 Stinger succeeds -- especially once its reasonable price is factored in. We rate the 2020 Stinger at 7.6 out of 10. (Read more about how we rate cars.) This year, the Stinger lineup is...View the full article
  3. As a carmaker, Mazda’s proudly majored in the minors. They’ll tell you as much, too. With the 2020 CX-30, Mazda’s American-sized small crossover is full of minutiae that defines the cars they make. Want details? The front passenger gets a perfectly placed grab handle that’s like sliding your right hand into a boxing glove...View the full article
  4. Subaru Outback: Best Car To Buy 2020 Nominee The Subaru Outback goes long on versatility and usability, but is it enough to be our Best Car To Buy 2020? Car Prices: 2020 Toyota Highlander debuts at $35,720, tops out above $50,000 The redesigned 2020 Toyota Highlander three-row SUV comes with a new platform, torque-vectoring AWD, and standard...View the full article
  5. Despite the same few letters and one digit, the 2020 Mazda CX-30 doesn’t share much with the CX-3 sitting across the showroom floor. That’s a good thing. The CX-3 may have been the perfect small crossover for overseas, but it was too cramped for American tastes and um, well, waists. With the 2020 CX-30, Mazda has a crossover designed...View the full article
  6. The 2020 Subaru Outback will go through any field, stream, trail, or two-track to tell you that it’s a crossover. The car’s loyal devotees will go just about as far to tell you it’s the wagon versatility that makes it the best kind of crossover—if they admit that it’s a crossover at all. The tall-riding...View the full article
  7. BMW must be angling to be on Santa’s good list. A week after announcing it would no longer charge extra for Apple CarPlay, BMW announced Wednesday that it would finally introduce Android Auto compatibility in its vehicles by July, 2020. BMW’s belated move represented one of the last major automakers to offer Android Auto compatibility...View the full article
  8. The 2020 Toyota Highlander crossover SUV makes its debut with a new platform, new standard technology, and new torque-vectoring all-wheel drive. It also debuts a sticker price for its most expensive models that passes the $50,000 mark. With a base price of $35,720, the 2020 Toyota Highlander L costs at least $2,500 more than the entry-level 2019...View the full article
  9. The 2020 Honda Ridgeline costs $510 more than the 2019 model, but it is a better deal because every Ridgeline model now features a 9-speed automatic transmission, an 8.0-inch touchscreen, and a group of active safety features, Honda announced Thursday. The base RT and mid-range RTL-T lines will be eliminated for 2020, leaving the Sport, RTL...View the full article
  10. Kia Telluride: Best Car To Buy 2020 Nominee The savvy, stylish new 2020 Kia Telluride scores with a handsome shape, a spacious interior, strong power and scads of features, but can it overtake its kith and kin from Korea to win our Best Car To Buy 2020 award? IIHS toughens criteria for Top Safety Pick awards New cars will need to have LED...View the full article
  11. Sometimes a barge is better. The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban is the latest in a long-running series of mega-sized family warships, a name that traces back to the early 20th century when people weren’t necessarily smaller—maybe they just needed less stuff. With the Suburban, Chevrolet has an even bigger grocery-getter than the related 2021...View the full article
  12. BMW must be angling to be on Santa’s good list. A week after announcing it would no longer charge extra for Apple CarPlay, BMW announced Wednesday that it would finally introduce Android Auto compatibility in its vehicles by July, 2020. BMW’s belated move leaves Lexus as the only major automaker that doesn’t offer Android Auto...View the full article
  13. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety will toughen safety standards for its coveted Top Safety Pick awards, the insurance-funded group announced Wednesday. But those standards include pricier equipment, such as LED headlights, that cost more for new car shoppers. “We’re interested in promoting safety,” Joseph Young, media...View the full article
  14. With the Telluride, Kia has its best family car ever. Its best highway car ever. Its best interior ever. Cleverly, it’s all wrapped in a three-row package that’s aimed right at slaking America’s SUV thirst—without acting too thirsty. The 2020 Kia Telluride does what great family vehicles must do, with seating for up to...View the full article
  15. The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is one of America’s most popular family haulers, an upright boxy SUV with plenty of character and even more space. With the Tahoe, Chevrolet has a truck-like full-size SUV in a sea of crossover sameness. The redesigned Silverado pickup truck forecasted the first full redesign of the Tahoe in more than a decade. Like...View the full article
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