2017 Aston Martin Rapide

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2017 Bentley Flying Spur

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2017 Bentley Mulsanne

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2017 Buick LaCrosse

The Buick LaCrosse is a large five-passenger sedan similar in size to Chevrolet Impala, Ford Taurus, and Toyota Avalon. At 197 inches long, the LaCrosse is about 7 inches longer than the next largest Buick, the Regal, yielding significantly more leg room. All LaCrosse models are powered by a 3.6l V6 engine rated at 310-bhp. For those in the snow belt LaCrosse is available with all-wheel-drive. The LaCrosse is priced higher than other models in its segment.

2017 Buick Regal

One of Buick's most storied nameplates returned in 2011 as mid-sized, front-wheel-drive sedan. The Regal is derived from the Opel Insignia sold in other countries. Slotting between the entry-level Verano and the longer LaCrosse, the Regal is very close in size to the Nissan Maxima. A high level of standard equipment on the base model includes power equipment, heated leather seats and alloy wheels. Most models are powered by a turbocharged 2.0l four cylinder engine. An optional 2.4l four-cylinder engine with mild hybrid operation is also available. With its German heritage and high level of standard equipment the Regal is a unique choice in a crowded mid-sized segment.

2017 Buick Verano

The Buick Verano is a small front-wheel-drive sedan that serves as the entry-level vehicle for the Buick brand. With dimensions that are six inches shorter and 2 inches narrower than the Regal, the Verano could be smallest new Buick sedan since the Skyhawk of the eighties. The Verano is powered by a fuel-efficient four-cylinder engine, which is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The Verano will be offered with a variety of options and trim levels. Buick has named the Lexus IS and Audi A3 as competitors, but the more powerful rear-wheel-drive Lexus and the all-wheel-drive wagon A3 are far more specialized.

2017 Cadillac ATS Sedan

The Cadillac ATS is the smallest sedan in the lineup. The smaller proportions of the ATS are almost identical to the BMW 3-Series, leaving the significantly larger CTS as an alternative to mid-sized luxury offerings. The ATS is offered with three different engines, in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive models. With an available six-speed manual transmission, the ATS is clearly aimed at its segment rivals. Like other Cadillac models, the ATS is offered in a range of trim level packages including, Luxury, Performance, and Premium. With prices ranging from $34,000 to almost $50,000, the ATS is priced competitively with its German rivals.

2017 Cadillac CTS

The CTS is a mid-sized sport sedan intended to do battle with European imports. Although Cadillac had positioned the CTS as a compact sedan, its larger proportions were more in line with the mid-sized offerings of most luxury automakers. An overhaul for the 2014 model year saw the CTS grow by an additional 5 inches which makes it larger than either the BMW 5-Series or the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The CTS is offered with three distinct powertrains: a 272-bhp 2.0l turbocharged four cylinder, a 321-bhp 3.6l V6 and a 420-bhp twin-turbo 3.6l V6. The first two are available in a variety of trim levels and are available with optional all-wheel-drive. The 3.6l V6 twin-turbo is exclusively available on the Vsport performance model. Although pricing for the CTS starts under $50,000, most models with leather seating are well over $50,000.

2017 Cadillac XTS

The Cadillac XTS is a new larger sedan that effectively replaces the DTS in the lineup. Closely related to the Buick LaCrosse, the XTS is a large front-wheel-drive sedan with standard V6 power and optional all-wheel-drive. The interior seats five and has lots of legroom, particularly in the rear seat. The XTS showcases Cadillacs new voice and touchscreen infotainment interface dubbed CUE (Cadillac User Experience).

2017 Chevrolet Cruze

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2017 Chevrolet SS

The Chevrolet SS is a full-size, rear-wheel-drive sedan built by Holden in Australia. General Motors sold a similar vehicle as the Pontiac G8, but that model met its demise with the Pontiac brand in 2009. Offered in just one fully-equipped trim level, the SS sedan equips a 6.2l V8 rated at 415-bhp paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. The only true competitive vehicles for the SS are the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger, both offering more powertrain and equipment options for less money. Priced at almost $45,000, the Chevrolet SS is a unique vehicle.

2017 Chrysler 300

The Chrysler 300 is distinctive in many regards. It is the last of the large traditional rear-wheel-drive sedans from the domestic automakers. Cars like the Caprice, Crown Victoria, and Grand Marquis have all died or become fleet sale vehicles. Few modern cars can match the exaggerated boxiness of the Chrysler 300. Updated in 2015, the 300 has a toned exterior and restrained interior. The 300 line consists of the V6-powered Limited, 300S, and 300C models with a 5.7l V8 optional on the 300S and 300C. A 300 with a leather interior and power equipment is priced from the low $30,000s. Opt for the V8 and the 300 runs around $40,000, which is steep but comparable to the pricing of the Ford Taurus SHO. At any price, the 300 and its styling cues are decidedly unique.

2017 Dodge Charger

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2017 Ford Fiesta

The Fiesta is a small front-wheel-drive car serves as Ford's entry-level model. Available in a four-door sedan and a 5-door hatch, the Fiesta combines smaller proportions and advanced powertrain technology to achieve fuel economy ratings of up to 29/40 (SFE package). Similar in size to the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris, the Fiesta is over 5 inches shorter and 3 inches narrower than the larger Ford Focus. With bright colors and sharp styling, the Fiesta does not look like inexpensive transportation. Although the base model priced at $14,000 is a bit spartan, it is possible to get a model with alloy wheels and power equipment for around $16,000.

2017 Ford Taurus

After twenty plus years on the market, the Taurus has clearly reached legendary status. The Taurus was once the best seller in its segment and remained a top seller for Ford even as Ford neglected the model for many years. In 2008, the underappreciated Ford Five Hundred was renamed Taurus setting the stage for the best Taurus in many years. The Taurus is a large sedan with plentiful legroom and headroom in the first and second rows. A 288-bhp V6 has sufficient power for quick acceleration with respectable fuel economy. The Taurus is FWD, but also offers AWD for increased traction. The latest model features a lengthy list of safety, technology and luxury features, many of which are standard equipment. The Taurus once again offers a high-performance SHO model. The Taurus SHO equips a 365-bhp turbocharged V6 for more power and AWD to put it to the road.

2017 Honda Clarity

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2017 Hyundai Accent

The Accent is Hyundai's entry level model and is available as either a sedan or five-door wagon. The front-wheel-drive sedan is powered by a 138-bhp 4-cylinder engine offered with either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. The six-speed transmissions, direct injection and low rolling resistance tires help the Accent achieve an EPA rating of 28/37 (City / Hwy). When configured with an optional package, the Accent includes alloy wheels, air conditioning, power windows, power locks, and keyless entry for around $17,000 which makes the Accent one of the best values on the market. Ironically, Hyundai's comprehensive lineup of sedans also includes the larger Elantra which offers similar equipment and fuel economy for about $1000 more.

2017 Hyundai Azera

Hyundai may have one of the most comprehensive lineups of sedans on the market. The Azera complements the mid-sized Sonata with a larger vehicle in the same way that Toyota, Ford and Chevrolet market vehicles like the Avalon, Taurus and Impala. Redesigned for 2012, the Azera is a large front-wheel-drive sedan with standard V6 power and a high-level of standard equipment. All Azeras include power-adjustable, heated leather seats a 550 watt audio system and a touchscreen navigation system. An optional technology package adds larger tires/wheels, a panoramic sunroof, HID headlamps and a 12-speaker Logic7 audio system.

2017 Hyundai Ioniq

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2017 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

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2017 Kia Cadenza

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2017 Kia K900

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2017 Kia Optima Hybrid

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2017 Lexus LS

By most accounts, the Lexus LS is perfect. Outstanding levels of build quality and reliability have propelled it near the top of a short list of large luxury automobiles. The LS is offered in two wheelbases with a 4.6L V8 under the hood, yielding the LS460 and LS460L models. A gasoline/electric hybrid model combining a V8 engine with electric motors is sold as the LS600h L. The conservative styling of the fourth generation LS gave it the distinct presence that it predecessors had lacked. On the inside, the LS features high levels of luxury and the long wheelbase model even offers a rear seat package with a reclining ottoman, personal DVD player and cooler. A host of electronics and driving aids are befitting a vehicle that competes with complicated German luxury sedans. The LS even offers a system that will assist in parking the car for you.

2017 Lincoln Continental

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2017 Maserati Ghibli

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2017 Maserati Quattroporte

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2017 Mitsubishi Lancer

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2017 Nissan Versa sedan

The Versa is Nissan's smallest car and least expensive model. Redesigned for 2012, the second generation model uses advanced powertrain technologies to turn in a respectable EPA rating of 31/40 (city / highway) on most models. Roughly the same size as the Hyundai Accent, the Versa has more legroom and cargo volume than other vehicles in its class. Touting a low starting price of under $12,000 the base model forgoes some common equipment, but a Versa with a reasonable amount of equipment can still be had for around $17,000.

2017 Rolls-Royce Ghost

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2017 Tesla Model S

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2017 Toyota Mirai

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2017 Toyota Prius

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2017 Volkswagen CC

The CC is a stylish four-door serving as Volkswagen's top car model in the United States. The CC is related to the 2006-2010 Passat so it is roughly equivalent to a midsize sedan. By comparison, the sleek roofline of the CC is 2-3 inches lower than that of Passat. Beginning with the 2013 model, the interior has seating for five passengers. CC is offered in four trim levels, three of which are front-wheel-drive with a 2.0l turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The top model includes Volkswagen's 4MOTION all-wheel-drive system and their narrow-angle V6 engine. With prices starting at around $30,000, the CC is an interesting alternative to the usual conservative mid-sized sedan.

2017 Volvo S60

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2017 Volvo S90

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2017.5 Mazda Mazda6

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2018 Acura ILX

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2018 Acura RLX

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2018 Acura TLX

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2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia

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2018 Audi A3 Sedan

The A3 is the smallest car series Audi sells in the U.S. Available in 3 body styles, the A3 line includes a five-passenger sedan model as the entry point to the Audi brand. The A3 includes leather seating, dual-zone climate control, HID lighting, and alloy wheels as standard equipment. Front-wheel-drive models are offered in addition to Audi's quattro AWD. All models are powered by a four-cylinder turbocharged engine mated to a dual-clutch transmission. The performance-oriented S3 sedan has upgraded engine performance, larger brakes and a unique suspension.

2018 Audi A4 Sedan

The Audi A4 was for many years the smallest line of cars Audi sold in the U.S. Today, the A4 is effectively a mid-sized car. Redesigned for 2017, the A4 sedan is offered exclusively in 2017 with a 252-bhp four-cylinder turbocharged engine mated to either a 6-speed manual (AWD only) or 7-speed dual clutch transmission (FWD or AWD). The A4 includes a healthy list of standard equipment. Pricing starts in the mid-$30,000 range.

2018 Audi A5 Sportback

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2018 Audi A6 Sedan

Like other German luxury automakers, Audi markets a range of sedans in varying sizes. The latest A6 sedan splits the difference between the smaller A4 and larger A8 sedans. While the A6 is competitive in size with the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, it offers slightly less interior room than mainstream mid-sized sedans like the Toyota Camry or Honda Accord. For a luxury sedan, the A6 represents a healthy blend of size, luxury, and performance. Like most Audi models, the A6 is offered in Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige trim levels.

2018 Audi A7

The Audi A7 is a four-door, four-passenger car. In profile, the A7 has a long sweeping roofline that looks similar to other Audi sedans, but the A7 has a large hatchback in place of a traditional trunk. The A7 is similar in size to the latest A6, but its aggressive roofline and four passenger seating are more likely to intrigue buyers that might have considered the Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class. A supercharged V6 engine rated at 310-bhp is mated with an eight-speed automatic transmission to power all four wheels. Like other Audi models, the A7 is offered in Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige trim levels. The base Premium model is well equipped, with the higher trim levels adding features like LED headlamps, four-zone climate control, and larger wheels/tires.

2018 Audi A8

Audi's flagship sedan is the A8. The A8 stands apart from other large luxury sedans with its all-aluminum construction and standard all-wheel-drive. The A8 is offered in two lengths. At 202 inches in length, the standard A8 is no small car, but the longer A8L adds another 5 inches of wheelbase and length. This greatly increases legroom in the second row of seats. The A8 is loaded with standard features and amenities, but still offers a healthy list of options and packages to allow owners to customize it as far as their budgets will allow. Notable options include a panoramic sunroof, four-zone climate control, power-closing doors and a 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system. Most A8 models equip powerful V6 and V8 engines, but the W12 includes a decidedly unique engine configuration.

2018 BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo

The 3-Series Gran Turismo is a five-door variant of the 3-Series sedan. The Gran Turismo trades the trunk for fastback styling, and a hatchback. Unlike the X4 crossover, the Gran Turismo rides on a longer wheelbase which increases both legroom and cargo capacity. BMW's xDrive AWD is standard on all models. Powertrain choices include 2.0l four-cylinder (330i) and a 3.0l inline six (340i). With a wide array of 3-Series variants to choose from, the Gran Turismo is a niche vehicle that will only appeal to someone looking for something different.

2018 BMW 3-Series sedan

The BMW 3-Series has been considered a benchmark sedan for decades. The 3-Series is offered with a wide array of powertrain choices including four-cylinder gas (320i, 330i) four-cylinder diesel (328d), inline six-cylinder (340i, M3), and hybrid gas/electric (330e). Most models offer BMW's optional xDrive all-wheel-drive system. Base prices on 3-Series models can be misleading due to the fact that commonly included standard equipment like heated seats or leather upholstery are options which add quickly to the price. The BMW 3-Series sedan is now part of a larger family of vehicles including the 4-Series coupe/convertible, 4-Series Gran Coupe four-door, 3-Series Gran Turismo five-door, and also the X4 crossover fastback.

2018 BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe

The BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe is a four-door coupe model closely related to the 3-Series sedan. The Gran Coupe has a sleeker roofline with a hatchback for cargo access. Powertrain choices include a four-cylinder (430i) and a six-cylinder (440i). Both are available with RWD or BMW's xDrive AWD system. The Gran Coupe is now part of a larger family of vehicles including the 3-Series sedan/wagon, 4-Series coupe/convertible, 3-Series Gran Turismo five-door, and also the X4 crossover fastback.

2018 BMW 5-Series sedan

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2018 BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe

In 2013, BMW introduced the 4-door 6-Series Gran Coupe to provide a stylish alternative to their 5-Series and 7-Series luxury sedans. The Gran Coupe is similar in size to the 5-Series sedan but lacks some of the interior volume due to a 3-inch lower height. BMW identifies the seating configuration as "4+1" which means that it's optimized for four passengers, but can carry 5 in a pinch. Like all BMWs, model designations mirror their powertrains. The 640i equips a 315-bhp turbocharged inline six-cylinder and eight-speed transmission. The 650i ups the power level to 445-bhp with a 4.4l turbocharged V8 engine. All-wheel-drive is available on both the 640i and 650i. Like other BMW model series, the ultimate performance model is the M6 Gran Coupe which equips a higher-output 560-bhp 4.4l V8 engine mated to a six-speed manual or 7-speed automated manual transmission. The Gran Coupe carries a hefty price premium over the 5-Series sedan with prices ranging from $78,000 and up.

2018 BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo

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2018 BMW 7-Series

The 7-series continues its tradition as BMW's flagship luxury sedan. The wide range of powertrains in the 7-Series include the 740i/740Li powered by a 3.0l inline six-cylinder, the 750i/750Li powered by a V8, and the 760Li with its 6.0l V12. The range also includes a gas/electric hybrid model. Models with an L in the name designate long wheelbase models which add extra-back seat room. This large, heavy car is a technological tour-de-force. Like most BMW models, the 7-Series is offered with a large number of packages and customization options which allow buyers to tailor the 7-Series to their tastes. In the US, BMW also imports a tuned version of the 7-Series, manufactured by Alpina. Alpina models are built on the same assembly line as the normal production 7-Series models but include a more powerful 600-bhp 4.4l V8.

2018 Buick Regal Sportback

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2018 Cadillac CT6

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2018 Chevrolet Impala

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2018 Chevrolet Malibu

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2018 Chevrolet Sonic sedan

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2018 Chevrolet Volt

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2018 Ford Focus sedan

Compact cars are one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. It takes a combination of style, value and fuel economy to succeed. Redesigned for 2012, the Ford Focus addresses all three with a range of models from the basic S to the high-end Titanium. A standard 160-bhp, 2.0l four cylinder engine is one of the most powerful engines in the segment, yet maintains a respectable EPA rating of 28 MPG city, 38 MPG highway (6-speed AT). The Focus is slightly smaller than some competitive models but splits the difference in size between the smaller Ford Fiesta, and the larger Ford Fusion. Two body styles are available: a sedan and a five-door hatchback. The basic S and SE have low starting prices, but include common cost cutting items like rear drum brakes or steel wheels with wheel covers. At about $21,000, the Focus SE appearance package addresses both shortcomings nearly matching the price of similarly equipped models from other manufacturers.

2018 Ford Fusion

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2018 Genesis G80

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2018 Genesis G90

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2018 Honda Accord

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2018 Honda Civic sedan

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2018 Hyundai Elantra sedan

The Hyundai Elantra has rapidly evolved in to one of the best offerings in the compact segment. The latest Elantra is roomy, stylish and fuel-efficient. With a wider track and longer wheelbase, the Elantra compares favorably with the top-selling Honda Civic in size. Models include the base SE, upscale Limted and more powerful Sport model. A 1.8l four-cylinder engine is standard on SE and Limited models, whereas the Sport equips a more powerful 2.0l engine. Most models equip a six-speed automatic, although a six-speed manual is available on SE and Sport models. Elantra's four cylinder is more powerful than other similar engines in the segment, yet turns in an estimated fuel economy rating of 28/38 (city/hwy). If you are shopping in this segment, the Elantra bears consideration.

2018 Hyundai Sonata

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2018 Infiniti Q50

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2018 Infiniti Q70

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2018 Jaguar XE sedan

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2018 Jaguar XF

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2018 Jaguar XJ

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2018 Kia Forte

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2018 Kia Optima

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2018 Kia Rio 5d

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2018 Kia Rio sedan

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2018 Lexus ES

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2018 Lexus GS

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2018 Lexus IS

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2018 Lincoln MKZ

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2018 Mazda Mazda3 sedan

The Mazda3 is one of the better examples of the compact segment. To succeed in this segment, it takes a combination of style, value and fuel economy. While the Mazda3 delivers on style and fuel economy, it is no longer the value that it once was. Offered in both 4-door sedan and 5-door wagon body styles the Mazda3 has models ranging from the basic to fully-loaded. Engine choices include a 2.0l four-cylinder engine and a large-displacement 2.5l four cylinder.

2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Mercedes-Benz long-running compact series, the C-Class was redesigned for the 2015 model year. A variety of powertrains are offered including 4-cylinder, 6-cylinder and 8-cylinder engines. The model range also includes the C350e Plug-in hybrid. The C-Class lineup in the US also includes a coupe and convertible.

2018 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class

Although Mercedes-Benz sells smaller cars in other markets, the smallest model in the US has traditionally been the C-Class. That changes with the introduction of the new CLA-Class sedan. The CLA-Class is compact four-door vehicle with seating for five passengers. Unlike other Mercedes-Benz models sold in the US, the CLA is front-wheel-drive with a transversely mounted engine. The front-wheel-drive CLA250 and all-wheel-drive CLA250 4MATIC are powered by a 208-bhp turbocharged four-cylinder engine coupled with a seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.

2018 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class

The CLS-Class is a mid-sized car with four full side doors and seating for four passengers. The CLS is a stylish and pricey alternative to the conservatively styled E-Class sedan upon which it is based. Mercedes refers to the CLS as a coupe due to its four passenger seating and sleek styling. The model range includes the V8 powered CLS550 and the high-performance CLS63 AMG model. Both models include seven-speed automatic transmissions and rear-wheel-drive, although the CLS550 is offered with an optional all-wheel-drive setup (CLS550 4MATIC). Recent Mercedes-Benz models have touted high output engines and the latest engines in the CLS are no exception. The standard 4.7l V8 (CLS550) is rated at 402-bhp and the optional 5.5l V8 (CLS63 AMG) produces an impressive 518-bhp. There is a long list of standard and optional features befitting a luxury car. With a base price exceeding $71,000, the CLS is aimed a well-heeled niche.

2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan

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2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

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2018 Mitsubishi Mirage G4

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2018 Nissan Altima

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2018 Nissan Maxima

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2018 Nissan Sentra

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2018 Porsche Panamera

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2018 Subaru Impreza sedan

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2018 Subaru Legacy

The Legacy is an attractive midsize sedan with standard AWD. A standard 173-bhp flat-4 "boxer" engine (Legacy 2.5i) is coupled to CVT transmission. Legacy 2.5i models turn in a respectable fuel economy ratings. The Legacy 3.6R models upgrade the engine to a 3.6l boxer 6-cylinder. With well-equipped models priced from $24,000, the Legacy is an exceptional value for a roomy, all-wheel-drive sedan.

2018 Subaru WRX

As an all-around performance value, it's hard to beat the AWD Subaru WRX. Loosely based on the Impreza, the WRX is powered by one of two turbocharged horizontally-opposed four-cylinder engines. The 2.0l engine is rated at 268-bhp, whereas the 2.5l is rated at 305-bhp. Most models equip a 6-speed manual, but a CVT is now offered on some models. The sophisticated AWD drivetrain allows the WRX to provide all weather performance and handling.

2018 Toyota Avalon

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2018 Toyota Camry

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2018 Toyota Corolla

The Corolla is one of Toyota's longest running models, dating back to the late 1960's. Over the years, it has built a reputation as a reliable compact sedan. In today's crowded compact segment, the Corolla has the size of larger models like the Chevrolet Cruze or Honda Civic, but is priced lower than some of these models. Four trim levels are offered ranging from the entry-level L to the range topping XSE. The base model includes A/C, power windows and locks, but excludes disc brakes and alloy wheels which are included in the higher trim levels. All Corolla models equip a 1.8l four-cylinder engine. A new LE Eco model adds variable valve timing increasing both horsepower and fuel economy. Most models equip a CVT transmission. Fuel economy ranges from 28/36 (city/highway) to 30/40 for the Eco model.

2018 Toyota Yaris iA

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2018 Volkswagen Jetta

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2018 Volkswagen Passat

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