Redesigned and revitalized for those who yearn for the most seating capacity.
Will the long-awaited supercar be worth the wait?
Lighter, tighter and quicker than ever.
Bigger, bolder and more beautiful.
Is this finally what Mazda aficionados have been waiting for?
Could this be the best midsize truck ever?
The Nissan NV offers a unique choice in the full-size passenger van segment, giving buyers a comfortable 12-passenger van that's easy to live with daily.
Subaru plans on taking an putting the WRX on a much-needed diet, but will that be enough to win back fans?
Porsche's new 911 GT3 is a purist's sports car, but will it be worth the wait?
A lighter, smaller, more agile, fuel-efficient and affordable Porsche Cayenne? Sign us up.
Can Honda's all-new 3rd-generation Fit continue the success of the best-selling model it's set to replace?
The Toyota Highlander is redesigned for 2014 and is ready to serve your growing family.
Alas, the 2015 Audi A3 sedan is coming to the U.S. and will go on sale in 2014 and will be available with three engine options, including both diesel and gasoline engines.
An ultra-luxurious take on the workhorse full-size pickup, priced at $47,000.
Your choice of 240 horsepower or 300 horsepower flavors, with the same delicious chassis and suspension.
Will it be worth the wait?
The all-new MkVII GTI will be lighter, quicker, faster, more fuel-efficient, and better-handling than the model it replaces.
Here's everything we know on Lincoln's attractive new MKC compact luxury crossover.
Volkswagen's new diesel-electric plug-in hybrid sets new records for gas mileage and aero efficiency. How many MPG, you ask? Find out inside.
Confirmed for this year is BMW's next Sport Activity Vehicle, the 2014 X4, which will reach dealerships early next year.
See spy shots of BMW's hot new 2015 M4 Coupe, plus on-track video from Germany's Nurburgring, along with pricing info and a release date.
Blasphemy in BMW M purists' eyes, but there's no mistaking the huge jump in horsepower from employing twin-turbos on the newly-developed Inline 6.