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    On the Road Review: Toyota 4Runner Limited

    Toyota’s mid-size 4Runner SUV is now in its fifth generation since its 1984 debut and it remains a best seller, outpacing the brand's own Tundra and the entire lineups of Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Lincoln, Volvo and more.

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    On the Road Review: Cadillac XT6 Crossover

    With three credible offerings working hard to make up for lost opportunities, Cadillac dealers finally have the mainstream vehicles that the luxury segment buyer is most looking for.

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    On the Road Review: Dodge Durango SRT

    The Durango SRT borrows the 6.4-liter Hemi from the Ram 2500-series to produce 475-hp and 475-pound/feet of AWD, tire-smoking torque.

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    On the Road Review: Nissan Versa

    An entry-level car for the 21st century, the Versa remains one of the least expensive new cars on the market—Base S trim with a five-speed manual transmission starts at $14,730.

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    On the Road Review: Honda Pilot Black Edition

    Derived from the same chassis design as the Odyssey minivan, as well as the Ridgeline pickup, the Pilot drives most like a minivan in this class, but with AWD.

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    On the Road Review: GMC Sierra 2500 Denali Duramax

    A sub-brand of General Motors' truck sub-brand, GMC, the Denali title has increased not only sales, but net margin across the board, making GMC the most profitable part of GM.

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    On the Road Review: Hyundai Kona Ultimate

    As economics have changed, new car buyers might gravitate towards more frugal, sensible transportation. The Kona moves the needle way beyond cheap small cars with an attractive package of affordable comfort, performance and practicality.

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    On the Road Review: Mazda CX-3

    CX-30 pricing starts at $23,000 for base, FWD models and climbs to $32,000 for the AWD Premium Package.

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    On the Road Review: Ram 2500 Limited Crew Cab Diesel

    For truck buyers out of the market for a few years, our reviewer thinks they may be shocked at the level of content in this Ram: Harman Kardon audio system, heated and cooled leather seating, surround-view camera system and a 12-inch vertical touchscreen.

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    On the Road Review: Lexus RX350 F-Sport

    Lexus has redefined how drivers look at American luxury driving. The first generation of sedans were plush and wildly expensive but also well-built cars that delivered premium performance that cost far less than the competition.

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    On the Road Review: Nissan Titan Pro-4X

    With more content, a lower starting price, plus the most powerful standard engine in the segment, Nissan is hoping to push its Titan full-size pickup truck up the sales charts in 2020

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    On the Road Review: Ford Edge ST

    "Good size, great interior, driver-focused performance," says our reviewer, but he remains wary of redundant technology that adds to ever-increasing prices.

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    On the Road Review: Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring Hybrid

    The new Aviator starts at $52,195 and climbs to the far side of $70,000 when fully optioned. So what do you get? Heated and cooled 30-way massage seats, 28-speaker audio system, air glide suspension, a dual panel sunroof, storage galore and a whole lot of power.

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    On the Road Review: Subaru Outback Onyx Edition

    The 2020 Outback has a familiar chassis, but an upgraded, tech-rich interior, more rear seat space and greater cargo capacity help it retain the virtues that make this America’s favorite wagon.

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    On the Road Quick Takes: Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SEL & Hyundai Elantra Sport

    Winter brings us a pair of repeat visitors, a compact crossover plus a compact sedan— two of the hottest-selling auto segments. Which one fits your needs?

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    On the Road Review: Toyota Prius XLE Hybrid AWD-e

    Since mass production started in 1997, Toyota has sold over 7 million Prius models worldwide. But with their hybrid technology expanded to other models, sales have declined. Is this new model with AWD worth it?

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    On the Road Review: Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited EcoDiesel

    Brand loyalty is always good for sales: FCA’s Jeep sold over 240,000 Wrangler’s in 2018, an astounding 50,000-unit gain. The new diesel model starts at $28,295 for 2-door models and got to over $56,000 for a full trim 4-door.

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    Four Short Takes: Kia Niro, Cadillac XT6, Chevy Silverado HD and the Rolls-Royce Cullinan

    Every February the New England Motor Press Association gathers for a chance to sample a wider variety of cars. Our reviewer Tim Plouff was there.

  • On the Road Review: Toyota Tacoma TRD PRO Double Cab

    Pricing starts at $32,745 and go to $43,960 for the PRO model. This truck works in the field, but as more and more Americans use trucks to commute as well, does the Tacoma stay true on the open road?

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    On the Road Review: Subaru Legacy Premium

    Pricing starts at $22,745 and goes up to $36,795 for the Touring model. This AWD sedan proved to be relaxing to pilot, comfortable to travel with and quite functional in several days of wintry precipitation.

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    Auto Movie Review: Ford v. Ferrari

    Our auto reviewer, Tim Plouff, took a break from the road to see the film "Ford v. Ferrari," which is up for four Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 9.

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    On the Road Review: Volvo V60 Cross Country T5

    Volvo Car is at another crossroad as current owner Gheely Motors of China works to make the brand's complete lineup fully electric.

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    On the Road Review: Mazda 6 Signature Sedan

    Starting at $23,800 and going to $36,815 with all the bells and whistles, our reviewer says the 6 is "an exciting family sedan."

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    On the Road Review: Kia Telluride SX

    Starting at $31,690 and going to $47,705 fully-loaded, the Telluride has subtle details that make it stand out in the crossover segment.

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