First Drive: 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT

Subcompact crossovers are a relatively new vehicle segment, but they have quickly won the hearts of the car-buying public with their high seating position, versatile utility, good looks and affordable prices – much to the chagrin of hatchbacks and wagons, which have long offered the same benefits (even all-wheel drive!) but have not received the … Continue reading First Drive: 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT

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Stand and Deliver: Elon Musk Hands Off First Tesla Model 3 Production Cars

Eleven years ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan. In it, Musk laid out the vision for his upstart electric-car company: Build an electric sports car (the Tesla Roadster), use the profits “to build an affordable car” (which became Models S and X), and use that money to make “an even more affordable […]

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2018 Honda Odyssey Long-Term Test: Big H’s New Van Signs Up for 40,000 Miles

Minivans are the antithesis of cool, and some people would probably rather be seen wearing an adult diaper on their head for a week than be spotted driving one for even an hour. But we here at Car and Driver—among the gas-huffingest and, let’s face it, most judgmental gearheads around—absolutely love minivans. Truly, our fondness […]

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2017 Ram and Jeep Diesels OK’d for Sale by EPA

With modified software, Ram 1500 and Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel trucks from the 2017 model year finally have been approved for sale by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California’s Air Resources Board (CARB). Still unknown, however, is the fate of some 104,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 diesel trucks from the 2014–2016 model […]

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Cadillac to Axe ATS, CTS, XTS Nameplates, Will Go to Three-Sedan Lineup

It’s no secret that new-car buyers are shunning sedans as they instead flock to SUVs and crossovers, and that’s true at Cadillac as well. Unfortunately, the division’s revitalization strategy has relied heavily on traditional four-doors—the redesigned CTS, the ATS, and the CT6—and sales have been weak. Speaking to Reuters, Cadillac chief Johan de Nysschen acknowledged […]

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