Pros: Powerful turbo-four engine Great value Towing performance Cons: Old architecture Poor interior space Aging design The Ford Ranger came back to the U.S. market after an eight-year hiatus, during which it spent time overseas instead of filling the midsize truck gap in the automaker’s North American lineup. Rising popularity of the Toyota Tacoma and
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Pros: New gasoline engine New diesel engine Slick 10-speed Cons: Dull interior design Mediocre interior materials Eye-watering prices “Between the new 3.0-liter Duramax diesel inline-six and the 2.7-liter gas-sipping inline-four,” senior features Jonny Lieberman said, “you have to question why light-duty trucks need V-8s.” We’ll go even further than Lieberman’s commendation. By the end of
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Pros: Good starter car Good looks Nice interior finishes Cons: Underpowered engine Noisy interior Poor back-seat headroom Not too many economy cars offer the styling and value that the 2020 Nissan Versa does. With handsome looks and interior finishes, the Versa is a good option for college undergraduates who are looking for wheels to take
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Pros: Satisfies roadster cravings Great inline-six Soft top > hard top Cons: Sticker shock Muddled design Stressed turbo-four BMW’s all-new Z4 roadster enjoys a heritage that dates to 1956 in the gorgeous BMW 507. Beginning officially with the low-volume Z1 in 1989 and skipping right over the nonexistent Z2, the Z models began in earnest
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You don’t usually associate luxury cars with good fuel economy, but if you look hard enough you’ll find that premium models with high mpg ratings do exist. With gas prices on the rise, automakers must offer vehicles with great gas mileage to entice consumers regardless of the category. We’ve compiled a list of the most
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Pros: Fantastic ZF transmission Optional I-6 engine rips Decent back seat for segment Cons: Rough M Sport suspension Unimaginative interior Distant brakes and steering “This latest BMW 3 Series was supposed to show the world that BMW got its mojo back,” Detroit editor Alisa Priddle chirped. Politely left unsaid: “Umm, not so much.” Although the
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  <!– –> Currently the most extreme version of the Lamborghini Aventador, the Aventador SVJ comes with a 760-hp 6.5-liter V-12 and all-wheel drive. The brand’s patented ALA 2.0 active aerodynamics system, which provides extra downforce and minimizes drag, also comes standard on the Aventador SVJ, turning it into proper track weapon. It features all
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