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

2018 BMW X3 M40i review

Some would argue that BMW is not the automaker it once was – that its hunt for luxury market share has clouded its original vision, to build the “ultimate driving machine.” To uncover the truth, we saddle up in… See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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2012 Nissan Leaf Review

  • No gas, ever
  • Smooth Ride
  • Roomy
  • Quirky design
  • Lots of tech
  • Zero Emissions
  • Big price tag for all that luxury
Our Score 8.5

2012 Infiniti QX56 Review

  • Luxurious seating for seven
  • Plenty powerful
  • Loaded with helpful teach aids
  • Third row seats a bit tight
  • Big price tag for all that luxury
  • Freezing weather can negate some of the tech aids
Our Score 8.5

2011 Lexus RX350 Review

  • Punchy engine and AWD
  • Sharp looking
  • Swank interior
  • Heavy handling
  • Big price tag
  • Despite nice looks, fails to stand out
Our Score 8

2012 Cadillac SRX Review

  • All-wheel drive system inspires confidence
  • Class-leading power output
  • Excellent safety rating
  • All that power is pushing a lot of weight
  • Tech suite is lacking
  • Steep price
Our Score 6.5

2011 Lexus GX460 Review

  • V8 power
  • Full-time four-wheel-drive system improves…
  • Comprehensive tech suite
  • Rear seats really for kids only
  • Tech suite is starting to get stale in spots
  • Chunky looks need an update
Our Score 7.5

2012 Infiniti M56x Review

  • Lots of space for people and stuff
  • AWD system steps up handling
  • Just has that very refined feel
  • V8 wakes up at extra-legal speeds, except we don't…
  • Outclassed by rivals
  • Features that should be standard at this level are…
Our Score 7

2012 Chevy Volt Review

  • 35 miles of electric-only drive ability is a huge…
  • No range anxiety when the juice runs out
  • Easy to drive despite being a complicated car
  • Gas-only mode only nets about 25mpg
  • Overly confusing center stack tech
  • Expensive, even after rebates
Our Score 7.5

2012 Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG Review

  • Massively powerful V8
  • Truly luxurious and well-rounded
  • Tech suite is deep and effective
  • Six-figure price tag
  • Did we mention the price?
Our Score 9.5