Although it retains the overall look of last year's model, this family sedan is new from the ground up.
This family favorite features a roomier interior and greater pulling power.
This compact is no longer the cheapest car in America, and that's a good thing.
Buyers have always flocked to this car, and now they have even more to love.
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One look at this new design proves that mass-market sedans don't have to be dowdy.
This pickup delivers a 52% increase in towing capacity this year.
This midsize sedan is trying harder to stand out from the crowd and win more customers.
Changes for this redesigned model include a new V8 engine, a new instrument cluster, a larger grille, slimmed down headlights, and more muscular fenders.
This three-row crossover is slightly longer to increase cargo capacity and gets a new 8-inch touchscreen as standard.
Here's one sports car that can now hustle from 0 to 60 mph in under three seconds.
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