what's new for 2018

What's New for 2018: Audi
What's New for 2018: Audi

For 2018, the Audi lineup sees myriad small changes—but there's even more to come next year. Soon, an all-new flagship will arrive: the 2019 Audi A8. Look for its style and features to influence the brand's lineup for the next decade. Hot on its heels is an all-new A7 that will be followed up...Read More»

2018 GMC Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition
What's New for 2018: GMC

General Motors' continued efforts to differentiate its truck brand from the rest of its offerings are in full force this year. The automaker's redesigned Terrain crossover has an all-new design and a transmission that set it apart from the related Chevrolet Equinox. Although they're the same under...Read More»

2018 Volkswagen Tiguan R-Line
What's New for 2018: Volkswagen

This year, the VW lineup grows upward and outward with the introduction of two new crossovers both available with seating for the entire family. The long-anticipated VW Atlas is the brand's first true three-row crossover. It's especially roomy in row three and its driving dynamics make it something...Read More»

2018 Jeep Wrangler
What's New for 2018: Jeep

For 2018, Jeep reinvents its icon: the Wrangler. That's no small feat, and not one that comes often. Fortunately, the off-road brand didn't merely slap lipstick on the dated outgoing model and it didn't bow to regulators in search of massive fuel economy gains. Instead, it's more capable than ever...Read More»

2018 Subaru Outback
What's New for 2018: Subaru

You're not the only one seeing more and more Subarus popping up. The automaker is on a roll, largely fueled by strong demand for its crossovers and tall wagons—the Outback, Forester, and Crosstrek. This year, there's an all new Crosstrek on offer. It might look a lot like last year's model...Read More»

2018 Mini Countryman
What's New for 2018: Mini

Mini's lineup isn't quite as maxi as it was a couple of years ago. That's a good thing since it has allowed the BMW-owned British icon to dial down overlap between models that didn't really have a mission. Today's lineup is more focused on what consumers really want—the standard Cooper in...Read More»

2018 Volvo XC60 T8
What's New for 2018: Volvo

Volvo's full lineup transformation continues for 2018 with several new models. The highlight this year is arguably the brand's XC60 compact crossover. If you're familiar with the groundbreaking XC90 that debuted a couple of years ago, you can take that idea and leave it in the dryer for too long...Read More»

2018 Honda Accord
What's New for 2018: Honda

The mid-size sedan is back, at least as far as we're concerned. So smitten with the 2018 Honda Accord's clean-sheet redesign that we named the four-door our Best Car to Buy this year. It's really that good, with its sinewy shape, its sublime turbo-4 engines, its roomy interior, and a chassis that's...Read More»

2018 Ram 2500
What's New for 2018: Ram

Truck builder Ram is in something of a holding pattern this year as the brand gets ready to redesign its flagship Ram 1500 pickup for the 2019 model year. Still, there are a few notable changes worth reporting, but you'd better get ready to spend big bucks if you want the latest and greatest. The...Read More»

2018 Acura TLX
What's New for 2018: Acura

After reviving its NSX sports car last year, Acura isn't taking 2018 off. Two of the automaker's three sedans get new looks for the 2018 model year, while the popular MDX crossover gains some big technology updates inside. Headlining the changes is a major mid-cycle update to the brand's flagship...Read More»

2018 Buick Enclave
What's New for 2018: Buick

Buick's big news this year is indeed big: its full-size Enclave crossover has been redesigned. While not inexpensive, the new Enclave is loaded with tech like a 9-speed automatic transmission and a wide array of convenience features, which helps justify a price tag that can approach $60,000. That...Read More»

2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia
What's New for 2018: Alfa Romeo

After more than two decades of teasing, Alfa Romeo is back in the U.S.—and with a lineup of cars designed for the real world, not just well-heeled folks looking for a track-day toy. The Alfa Romeo Giulia arrived late in the 2017 model year and sees some worthwhile changes for 2018, including...Read More»

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