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  • Hand Crafted Performance: Acura TLX PMC Edition

    2020 Acura TLX PMC Edition

    This Edition of the Acura TLX is Assembled by the Techs Who Build the NSX

    — by Omar Rana

    What you’re looking at here isn’t just any Acura TLX. Nope, this is a very limited edition of the TLX called the Acura TLX PMC Edition. So what makes the PMC model so special? Well, PMC stands for Performance Manufacturing Center, Acura’s 200,000 square foot facility in Marysville, Ohio where the NSX is made.

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  • Fuel-Sipping Family Car: Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

    The Hyundai Ioniq is designed to compete directly with the Toyota Prius.

    The Ioniq Hybrid Isn’t Just About Efficiency, it’s the Complete Package

      — by Jeffrey N. Ross

    Hyundai launched its hybrid hatchback for the 2017 model year, and the lineup has since grown to include the Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid and Ioniq Electric, giving Hyundai a broad product mix to compete against other hybrids, plug-in hybrids and EVs.

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  • Exceeding Expectations: 2020 Nissan Sentra SR

    The Nissan Sentra delivers fantastic bang-for-the-buck.

    In the Areas That Matter Most, the Sentra Delivers Fantastic Bang-for-the-Buck

      — by Andrew Chen
     
    Just a few short weeks after the global debut of the all-new 2020 Sentra, Nissan hosted an exclusive first-drive opportunity along the coast of Southern California, and AutoNation Drive was among the first in the world to experience the ground-up re-imagining of this storied compact sedan.
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  • Staff Picks: The Best SUVs We Drove in 2019

    Staff Picks: The Best SUVs We Drove in 2019

    Buying an SUV Doesn’t Mean You Have to Pass Up Performance

    — by AutoNation Staff

    Sport utility vehicles have come a long way. No longer are they warmed-rigs work rigs that bounce over bumps and steer like a battleship. In fact, there are loads of good offerings if you’re looking for an SUV that’ll haul more than cargo. Check out this list to read about some of our favorites.

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  • Staff Picks: The Best Trucks We Drove in 2019

    The Best Trucks We Drove in 2019

    From Off-Road Weapons to Cushy Daily Drivers, We Drove Some Great Trucks


    — by AutoNation Staff

    There’s no vehicle more American than the pickup. And given the popularity of the segment, there’s a version out there for everyone, whether you’re looking for a cushy daily driver, a beefy tow rig, or an off-road ready beast.

    We got a sample some of each variety this year, and these were the ones that we liked the best. Regardless of what you’re looking for in a truck, you’ll find it on this list!

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  • Edgy Sophistication: 2019 Toyota Avalon Touring Review

    2019 Toyota Avalon Touring

    With the all-new sporty Camry and the angular CH-R crossover, Toyota is in a bit of resurgence when it comes to exterior design. However, topping those models in our books is the all-new 2019 Toyota Avalon, which made its debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. Since it competes with the likes of the Kia Cadenza and the all-new Nissan Maxima, Toyota had to make sure that the fifth-generation Avalon really advanced its game in the appearances and luxury department.

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  • Style, Safety, and Tech: 2019 Hyundai Elantra Test Drive

    2019 Hyundai Elantra Test Drive

    As we enter an era where even the Toyota Corolla is now a stylish-looking sedan, the days of safe/boring vehicle designs seem to be behind us. When it comes to mainstream automakers, Hyundai has been leading the charge in this design revolution. As we can see from recent introductions like the Kona and 2019 Santa Fe, Hyundai is putting added focus on vehicle design to bring more excitement to otherwise bland vehicle segments, and the latest example of this is the updated 2019 Hyundai Elantra.

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  • Attractive, Comfortable, Composed: First Drive of the 2019 Lexus UX

    2019 Lexus UX

    An SUV is not a one-size-fits-all vehicle. Lexus offers a variety of luxury SUVs and crossovers in a multitude of dimensions to serve different purposes. For avid off-readers, there's the incredibly capable full-size LX. Those seeking a robust body-on-frame rig in a smaller package can opt for the GX. The RX offers dramatic styling and up to three rows of seats.

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  • 2015 Mazda6 Review

    Mazda6

    The Mazda6 has emerged as a strong alternative to some of the standard offerings in the family sedan category such as the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima. With loads of style and an enthusiast spirit, this midsize four-door sedan also boasts excellent fuel economy and great safety ratings.

    Starting at just $21,190 and available in three trim levels, the Mazda6 offers a lot of performance and style for the money.

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  • Staff Picks: The Coolest Cars We Drove in 2019

    These are the AutoNation Staff’s picks for the coolest cars we drove this year.

    Performance Enthusiasts Have More Great Choices Than Ever Before

      — by AutoNation Drive Staff
     
    While much has been made of the notion that Americans aren’t buying traditional cars anymore, they're far from dead. And to prove it, here’s a list of the coolest cars our writers drove this year!
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