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2018 Honda Clarity review

THE GOOD: The 2018 Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid operates seamlessly between electric and hybrid operation, such that it’s difficult to tell when the engine is on.

The Cars People Really Came to Hate in 2017

Driving a car can provoke strong feelings. Wheeling through the canyons of California in a 2018 Mustang GT, you’re likely to fall in love with an

2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible First Look: Chevy melts some faces

Very orange, and very angry. That’s the unavoidable first impression when faced with the 2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible, Chevrolet’s 755 horsepower route to getting lots, and

These Once-Popular Cars Have Been Discontinued for 2018

Time marches on, and with each year we lose a remnant of the past. In 2018, we’ll likely see the full-scale Tesla Model 3 rollout, a new Ford Bronco,

2017 Toyota Prius Prime vs. 2017 Chevrolet Volt: Plug-In Hybrid Video Test

They’re two high-volume plug-in hybrids, but they take different approaches to energy efficiency. The Toyota Prius Prime, new for 2017, is the plug-in version of the world’s best-known,

These Are the Hottest-Selling Vehicles of October 2017

The 10th month of 2017 only reinforced the fact that this will not be another record-setting year for auto sales. Despite a bump from Southern

2019 Corvette ZR1: 5 fast facts about Chevy’s new supercar

It’s the most powerful production car Chevrolet has ever made, and probably the meanest-looking. The 2019 Corvette ZR1 takes one look at the Corvette Z06

How Consumer Reports Rated Top Electric Cars in Reliability for 2018

Without a reputation for solid reliability, electric vehicles are a tough sell for today’s consumer. Even with federal and tax credits, the cost of an

The SUVs With the Worst Reliability Ratings for 2018

We have seen a full-fledged SUV boom in the U.S. auto market. In recent years, the once-dominant midsize sedan has seen its sales snatched away by new

Zombie Cars: 10 Vehicles Automakers Brought Back From the Dead

It’s a strange thing: We can’t go back in time, yet it seems like we’re always trying to repeat the past. Nowhere is that more

Best used estate cars for less than £5,000/$6,600 (and the ones to avoid)

Even for £5000, you can have your pick of some exemplary used estate cars. Here are the models we recommend – along with the ones

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid review

THE GOOD: The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid manages mid-40s fuel economy, yet still feels powerful on the pedal. Premium looks inside and out, along with comfortably

Tesla Model 3 vs. 2018 Nissan Leaf: The Key Differences

If you’re hoping to phase out gasoline and high maintenance costs, electric cars ought to be on your radar. Plug-ins serve as a great hedge against

The SUVs and Crossovers Helping to Kill the Midsize Sedan in America

Though rumors of the midsize sedan’s “death” might be slightly exaggerated, the trend is clearly going in one direction. Counting the first nine months of

Used Skoda Fabia vs Suzuki Swift vs Chevrolet Aveo Comparison

The Skoda Fabia, Suzuki Swift and Chevrolet Aveo were all bargain small cars, even when they were new. Are they now extra-value used items? ***

Deadline 2018: Here Are the Cars Consumer Reports Says to Buy Before the New Year

Most car consumers have heard and seen the ads. They talk about “getting rid of this year’s stock to make room for the next model

Used Audi A5 Sportback vs Chevrolet Volt vs Range Rover Evoque Comparison

The Audi A5 Sportback, Chevrolet Volt and Range Rover Evoque all offer something a little different, but which one makes the better used car buy?

Your Favorite GM Vehicles That Might Soon Go Electric

If you know one thing about General Motors, you know the auto giant’s reputation for gasoline-powered vehicles. Camaro. Corvette. Escalade. Silverado. These cars and trucks don’t

10 Trucks to Buy While Waiting for the Jeep Wrangler Pickup

We’ve all been there. In the lead-up to a big new product release, you break down, say “screw it,” and make an impulse purchase instead.

These Trucks Will Take Over the World by 2020

With advances in safety, performance, and computer assistance, the 2010s will likely be remembered for their great leap forward in automotive technology. But they might also be

2017 Fiat 500X Trekking review

THE GOOD: The 2017 Fiat 500X boast responsive handling, steering and throttle response around town and at moderate speeds, making it a very lively city car.

These Are the Fancy Cars Pop Stars Can’t Stop Singing About

For a certain rarefied group of pop stars, the charts are something to live and die by. Success is marked not just by album sales,

2018 GMC Terrain First Drive: Small SUV, Big Ambition

There are a handful of brands that are uniquely positioned to take full advantage of soaring public interest in crossovers and SUVs, and GMC –

The Most Overpriced Hybrid and Electric Vehicles on the Market

If you look at fuel economy ratings for hybrids and electric vehicles, the numbers jump off the screen. Toyota Prius Prime, the plug-in version of the

2017 BMW i3 vs i3 with Range Extender Review

PROS Distinctive design still looks fresh Cabin is beautifully unique Range Extender is a clever fix to EV anxiety DC Fast Charging is standard CONS

Do These Popular Vehicles Really Need to Exist Anymore?

In 2016, Americans bought a record 17.55 million new cars. But while the good times are still here for automakers (though evidence suggests we’re ready for a

15 SUVs That Surprisingly Failed the JD Power Dependability Test

When you go shopping for a car, you want to avoid surprises. In the past, we’ve highlighted ways salesmen might bend the truth or downright lie to

The 30 Most American-Made Cars of 2017

Most auto consumers know it takes more than a badge from Detroit to call a car “American.” Even before Italian automaker Fiat bought the Chrysler

10 Cars Consumer Reports Ranked Worst for Visibility

What makes a vehicle unsafe? Pick your poison. Some cars crumble when hit from the side or front. Others present a risk of rolling over when you

America’s Least Wanted: 25 Cars on Life Support in 2017

U.S. consumers never bought more cars than they did in 2016. Some 17.55 million new cars and trucksfound American buyers throughout the year, beating the all-time record