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The 2019 GMC Yukon pairs an old-schoo SUV mentality and capability with some new-age tricks, enough to keep it from feeling like a relic. We’ve rated the 2019 Yukon lineup, which includes the standard SUV and the longer Yukon XL body styles, at XX out of 10. (Read more about how we rate cars.) For
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The 24 Hours of LeMons people have a new rally series, and Roadkill powered by Dodge and sponsored by Optima Batteries, Jegs, Lincoln Tech, EBC Brakes, Pioneer, CRC Auto, and Cooper Tires, is down! Instead of the normal LeMons endurance races for dirt-cheap cars, the LeMons Rally is a road rally — a time/distance challenge
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The 2019 Lincoln Nautilus is Ford’s latest take on the mid-size, two-row premium crossover segment, replacing the MKX nameplate without ditching the Ford Edge-based underpinnings. It arrives in dealers in spring 2018. As of this writing, Lincoln has only announced a pair of trim levels—the mid-grade Reserve and the range-topping Black Label—although that’s likely to
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Hyundai has been hyping the i30 Fastback N for quite some time, and now the model is in its final stages of development. It will join the i30 N and Veloster N when it debuts later this year. The automaker has taken the fastback through extensive testing on different types of road surfaces around Europe.
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Here’s a premise you haven’t seen before from the Roadkill guys: this time, Freiburger bought a car without Finnegan knowing, and Finnegan picked the road trip without Freiburger knowing. Result: the Monster Carlo! It’s a 1980 Chevy Monte Carlo lowrider with full hydraulics—perfect for lifting it up high to fit some Super Swamper off-road tires
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The trickle-down effect is in full force with the 2019 Audi Q3. Channeling big-brother Q8’s styling with its octagonal grille, the 2019 Q3 marks as dramatic a departure from its predecessor in the looks department as we’ve seen from traditionally staid Audi in a while. The biggest changes might not be obvious at first glance,
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