Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in cars.

2016 McLaren 675LT review

McLaren’s 675LT is the star athlete, teachers’ pet, and after-school tutor to struggling supercars through a combination of performance, road manor, and innovation. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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2016 Bentley Continental GTC Speed Convertible…

  • Endless comfort
  • Abundant, smooth power
  • Gallant design
  • Unflinching all-wheel drive dynamics
  • Dated, sluggish infotainment system
  • Seemingly unquenchable thirst
Our Score 8

2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S Review

  • Stunning, distinct driving characteristics
  • Powerful exhaust soundtrack
  • Remarkably stylish exterior
  • Rigid chassis
  • Fairly priced for what you get
  • Stiffness makes the ride jarring
  • Tight cabin with little storage space
Our Score 9

2015 Nissan Juke NISMO RS Review

  • Fun turbo power
  • Charismatic handling
  • Surprising amount of interior room
  • Unique styling (yay!)
  • Unique styling (boo!)
  • Impractical seats
  • Lack of outright speed
Our Score 6

2015 Mercedes-Benz C250d Review

  • Supremely comfortable on long drives
  • Fast, efficient four-cylinder turbodiesel
  • Can drive itself in traffic jams
  • Best-in-class cabin
  • Straightforward heads-up display
  • COMAND takes some getting used to
  • Options bump the C250d into E-Class territory
Our Score 8

2016 Cadillac CTS Review

  • Aggressive and handsome styling
  • One of the best Cadillac interiors ever
  • Silky smooth eight-speed transmission
  • Magnetic Ride Control and chassis dynamics are top…
  • Excellent brakes
  • CUE infotainment system can be frustrating
  • Lane keep function needs work
Our Score 8

2016 Volvo S60 Cross Country Review

  • Rugged, well-executed styling
  • Quick off the line
  • Supremely comfortable seats
  • Luxurious interior
  • Dreadful infotainment system
  • Limited availability
  • More expensive than many compact crossovers
Our Score 6

2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Review

  • Super soft interior is more calming than Valium
  • Whisper-quiet and smooth ride
  • Twin-turbo V12 power
  • The look on the valet’s face when you drive up
  • $300,000+ price tag
  • Doesn’t fit into many available parking spaces
Our Score 9

2015 Aston Martin Rapide S Review

  • That merciless V12 wail
  • Stunning silhouette
  • Incredible stability at speed
  • Lightning-quick gear changes
  • One of the coolest cockpits ever designed
  • Visibility can be an issue
  • The infotainment system needs a refresh
Our Score 8