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Rugged Ridge Custom Jeep Wrangler Review: Mud-covered Mango Mania

Rugged Ridge Custom Jeep Wrangler Review: Mud-covered Mango Mania
The custom Jeep craze in America has created a peculiar conundrum. On one hand, numerous aftermarket companies are creating kick-ass parts, and if you venture out to Moab, Utah chances are you will see these components being put to good use.
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2017 Subaru Impreza Hatchback Review: Enter the 5-Door Phenom

2017 Subaru Impreza Hatchback Review: Enter the 5-Door Phenom
Say for a moment you don’t need, or want a turbo, but are still leaning toward owning a Subaru. Efficiency and adept handling have overshadowed brute strength and bragging rights, and since hatchback utilitarianism still remains a priority, you are faced with choosing between the Crosstrek, the Forester, the Outback, or the Impreza 5-Door.
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2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition: Past, Present, and Future Feels

2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition: Past, Present, and Future Feels
Vibrant, low-lined, and vintage inspired, the 370Z Heritage Edition hearkens back to a time when John Denver 8-tracks ruled the lower console, and vinyl wasn’t just for record players, but was a staple material for automotive interiors.
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2017 Dodge Durango GT Review: The Big Bad Wolf Abides

2017 Dodge Durango GT Review: The Big Bad Wolf Abides
The villain in the fairy tale The Three Little Pigs is the big bad wolf. And that villain doesn’t get enough credit for his plucky attitude and overall never give up attitude. Plus, he is big and bad.
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2018 Lexus LS 500 First Drive Review: Big, Bold, and Breathtaking

2018 Lexus LS 500 First Drive Review: Big, Bold, and Breathtaking
The LS 400 was the first ever car sold by Lexus, all the way back in 1989. Since then, the brand has evolved quite a bit from its original persona of quiet and reserved elegance, to one of bold luxury and performance, while honoring the company’s Japanese heritage.
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2018 Honda Civic Type R First Drive: The Complete Hot-Hatch Compendium

2018 Honda Civic Type R First Drive: The Complete Hot-Hatch Compendium
Pulled straight from the purpose-built performance pages at Honda, the Civic Type R emerges onto the scene amidst great fanfare. It’s the first time in history that America has been offered the Civic with a factory R-rating, and although the PG-13 enthusiasm I felt for the all-new Si was indeed genuine, my thirst for more adult material remained unsatiated. 
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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Road Trip Review: Micro Machine Adventures

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Road Trip Review: Micro Machine Adventures
There’s a wildfire burning in the Pacific northwest right now that is roughly the size of Maryland. Evacuations are in order, roads are blocked, hundreds of firefighters deployed, and everywhere you look, a fine layer of ash cloaks all that it touches with a carcinogen-rich coating.
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2017 BMW M240i Review: Hey Sexy, What’s Your Number?

2017 BMW M240i Review: Hey Sexy, What’s Your Number?
To bias myself here, I abhor seemingly random letters and numbers for car names in general. I believe the average consumer finds them confusing. It’s a trend that plagues the luxury car industry. Let’s just all agree to go back to calling cars by actual names already.
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2017 Golf AllTrack Review: Ein Erhöhter Kombinationskraftwagen

2017 Golf AllTrack Review: Ein Erhöhter Kombinationskraftwagen
The Germans may spell it differently, but they know how to make a station wagon. The Golf has always been my favorite Volkswagen. It’s a fun, versatile car offered in so many different varieties. My tester this week was a variant of a variant of the Golf.
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2018 Genesis G80 3.8 AWD Review: European Sensibility, Korean Value

2018 Genesis G80 3.8 AWD Review: European Sensibility, Korean Value
Oh Hyundai how you have changed, and dammit if I don’t love ya for it. A strange void within the automotive landscape has been filled, and after years of adaptation and gradually becoming a legitimate alternative to American, European, and Japanese machines, you have finally decided to tackle the all-imposing luxury market with your own spin-off.
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2017 Mazda Miata MX-5 RF Review: Road Warrior Reaffirmed

2017 Mazda Miata MX-5 RF Review: Road Warrior Reaffirmed
Has there ever been a time when a little Mazda sports car hasn’t kicked ass? Sure, they may be a bit quirky, and lord knows rotary-powered platforms had their fair share of maintenance and performance faults, but dammit if they haven’t all been cool in one regard or another.
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2017 Nissan Pathfinder SV Review: Stout and Proud

2017 Nissan Pathfinder SV Review: Stout and Proud
Seven-passenger SUVs are everywhere. Look out your car window right now, and I’ll bet you’ll see one. One entry in this segment may not roll off the tip of your tongue, but that has upped its game, is the Nissan Pathfinder.
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2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid Review: Luxury SUV Superhero

2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid Review: Luxury SUV Superhero
When Acura resurrected its original mantra of “Precision Crafted Performance” some years back, most of us shrugged and didn’t think much of it. Without a glimmer of the Integra/RSX anywhere to be seen, and turbocharged technology only being bestowed upon the unobtainable NSX, the final portion of this catch phrase felt fairly misaligned with the company’s lineup.
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2018 Hyundai Sonata: Mid-size Sedans are Hardly Dead

2018 Hyundai Sonata: Mid-size Sedans are Hardly Dead
“Mid-size sedans are dying,” many people say. Sales numbers seem to back up that trend. Crossovers and sport utility vehicles are growing in sales and popularity while huge incentives are needed to push mid-size sedans. You’d think that companies would give up on mid-size sedans and just phone them in.
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2017 Audi S6 Review: A Grade “S” Sport Sedan

2017 Audi S6 Review: A Grade “S” Sport Sedan
In standard grading scales, nothing gets better than “A,” right? Well, my tester this week will show that, common core be damned, there is a letter better than “A” and that’s “S” – as in the Audi “S” series.
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