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Jaguar I-Pace might be the best hybrid SUV 2019 is bringing our way

10 of the Best Hybrid SUVs of 2019

Even crossovers and SUVs aren't exempt from the recent surge in popularity of electric and hybrid vehicles. In fact, the crossover craze and the electric vehicle craze are two of the most popular phenomena in the auto industry. It's no wonder, then, that there are plenty of great electric and hybrid SUVs in 2018. But…

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2019 Audi R8 test mule

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Audi Lineup

Much like their German colleagues and rivals at Mercedes-Benz and BMW, Audi is also heading into a busy year riddled with complete overhauls and mid-cycle facelifts across its entire range. 2019 Audi models should help the brand establish a stronger foothold in the premium car market, especially since 2017 didn't exactly fulfill their expectations. While all…

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Mazda MX-5 Miata front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Mazda Lineup

Although trailing behind its Japanese rivals from Toyota, Nissan, Honda, and even Subaru in terms of sales in the U.S., Mazda isn't the lowest-selling Japanese brand on this side of the Atlantic. We're not counting the premium divisions such as Lexus, Infiniti, and Acura, by the way. No, that unpopular spot belongs to the almost-forgotten…

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Subaru WRX STI front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Subaru Lineup

Subaru might not be the first automaker that comes to mind when considering non-luxury Japanese manufacturers, but that doesn't mean it isn't worthy of attention. Toyota, Nissan, and Honda are all more widespread both globally and domestically, with Mazda tracking behind, but only in the U.S. The U.S. market is actually the reason behind Subaru's recent success since…

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2019 Maserati Levante Trofeo front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Maserati Lineup

The luxury Italian automaker which still had one or two ties to the great Alejandro de Tomaso at the beginning of the millennium is now entirely owned by its arch-rival Ferrari (which in turn is owned by Fiat). Much like during the olden days, the modern-day Maserati also emphasizes on luxury, performance, and timeless Italian…

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Volkswagen Beetle Dune front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Volkswagen Lineup

Despite ending in headlines for all the wrong reasons a few years ago, Volkswagen's global sales haven't been affected. In fact, they've actually grown. The dieselgate scandal shook the very foundations of the auto industry and brought to light a number of similar cases - one of which saw Mitsubishi's fortunes decline due to faked…

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Lincoln Navigator front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Lincoln Lineup

The blue oval's luxury division has recently celebrated its centennial and, after years of struggle, the company is finally rising up to its feet. The confusing MK* nomenclature is finally giving way to a more traditional naming strategy, and so is the hapless split-wing grille which didn't do the brand any favors. The next-generation of…

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2019 Land Rover Range Rover SV Coupe exterior front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Land Rover Lineup

The British SUV automaker has had its ups and down over the years, but its image as a producer of extremely capable and reliable off-road 4-wheel-drive SUVs was never questioned. The Land Rover brand has kept its desirability on a high level over the recent decades, and even numerous ownership changes couldn't affect this. Much…

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2019 Kia Stinger GT Atlantica Special Edition front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Kia Lineup

Much like the Hyundai Motor Company that owns a 33.88 percent stake in it, Kia's sales have been in decline over the past few years. The South Korean automaker managed to put a little over 2.7 million vehicles on the global market during 2017 which is around a 10 percent decrease compared to 2016 when…

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2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 GMC Lineup

The GMC division has always relied on platform sharing with the General Motors' volume brand Chevrolet. This model remains in place today as the GMC soars towards new heights. Unlike the Chevy whose lineup offers a vehicle from almost every segment imaginable, the GMC relies mostly on trucks and utility vehicles to survive. In recent years…

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2019 Hyundai Veloster N 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Hyundai Lineup

It wasn't that long ago that the South Korean manufacturer was considered to be a volume producer of budget and not overly reliable cars. Today, the Hyundai Motor Company stands out as the largest South Korean automaker with global sales amounting to almost 4.5 million units a year. What's more, Hyundai's image as a budget…

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The upcoming 2019 Genesis G70 sedan 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Genesis Lineup

The Genesis brand is now officially the youngest major automotive brand on the U.S. market after it spun off from Hyundai in 2016. The new brand will serve as the Korean manufacturer's luxury division - similar to what Lexus, Infiniti, and Acura do for Toyota, Nissan, and Honda respectively. The Genesis name, however, dates back…

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2019 Lamborghini Urus frontal view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Lamborghini Lineup

Now owned by the Volkswagen Group, the Italian luxury sports car company was founded in 1963. The Lamborghini brand itself, however, predates the company's automotive division. As you probably know, its founder Ferruccio Lamborghini entered the business by producing tractors from discarded war materials in 1948. Humble beginnings or no, the Lamborghini brand is now…

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2019 Ferrari 488 Pista 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Ferrari Lineup

The iconic luxury sports manufacturer from Maranello, Italy has always maintained a sort of exclusivity by limiting its production output to a certain number of vehicles. That figure stood at 7,000 units worldwide throughout most of the 2010s, but with an increase in interest from China, the Italians finally broke the 8,000 unit margin in…

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Dodge Charger will be one of the most anticipated 2019 Dodge models

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Dodge Lineup

Dodge always aspired to create the bold, muscle car image for the brand and that's, more or less, exactly what it ended up with today. It's one of four remaining American FCA divisions that, contrary to the low-volume Chrysler, still managed to push 446,994 vehicles in the U.S. during 2017. However, Dodge's total U.S. sales figure…

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2019 Ram 1500 side view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Ram Lineup

Ever since FCA decided to create a new division out of then-Dodge Ram pickup trucks in 2010, Dodge's fortunes have been changing for the worse. On the other hand, the new commercially-oriented division has been on the constant rise ever since. After selling around 200,000 units in 2009 and 2010, the Ram trucks division has managed…

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Buick Regal GS front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Buick Lineup

The tri-shield badge is now one of only four remaining GM divisions, of which as many as three-dozen existed throughout the automaker's storied history. At the moment, Buick is positioned between the volume brand Chevrolet and the luxury division Cadillac, whereas GMC stands aside with a more specialized offering consisting exclusively of SUVs and trucks.…

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Chrysler 300 front 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Chrysler Lineup

The namesake brand of Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles is only a shadow of its former self these days, but that's hardly surprising. Chrysler's sales have been in a free fall for years now as they've reached the all-time minimum in 2017 (not counting the infamous 2009 model year) when the upscale division sold only 188,545 vehicles in the…

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Rolls Royce Wraith Black Badge 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Rolls Royce Lineup

Rolls Royce has been a synonym for opulence and refinement in the auto world for more than a century. Together with Bentley, its arch rival, Rolls Royce is still holding the torch for all the forgotten luxury automakers that didn't make it past the great recession. Rivals they may be, the history of Bentley and…

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2019 Bentley Continental GT 3/4 view

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Bentley Lineup

2019 marks the 100th anniversary for ultra-luxury British automaker Bentley and as such, represents a perfect opportunity for a lineup expansion and/or introduction of a number of limited edition models. The 2019 Bentley lineup, however, won't be featuring an expansion. Instead, the Volkswagen Group's premier division debuts the all-new third-generation Bentley Continental GT which, together…

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2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia Coupe rendering

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Alfa Romeo Lineup

Alfa Romeo's return to the U.S. market should be celebrated as one of the automotive-related holidays in this part of the world. The iconic Italian automaker pulled out of North America in 1995, thus ending their presence there which they established during the mid-fifties. Despite reestablishing their U.S. foothold in 2008 by importing the 8C Competizione…

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