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There’s no denying the 2021 Lexus RC F Sport’s looks get the heart pumping. With its chiseled, sharp lines, aggressive stance, low and sweeping greenhouse, dramatic front fascia and beefy dual exhaust, the F Sport seems to be in motion even when parked.

Between the standard GLC, Mercedes’ top-selling crossover in the U.S., and the lunatic-fringe GLC 63 performance model, sits the AMG GLC 43, a blend of everyday usability with plenty of athleticism and power.

The Dodge Durango Hellcat is a suite of substantial figures — over 700 horsepower, a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds, a supercharged 6.2-liter V8, a top speed of 180 mph, six seats and a 5,710-pound curb weight.

The 2021 Hyundai Sonata N-Line’s 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder is a generous sprinkling of lemon zest in a beurre blanc. It’s the appreciable tang of a pickled radish in a green salad. It’s the dusting of cinnamon over a latte.

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Thoroughly testing a car thoroughly involves driving it along various types of roads. Sure, a car may be agile on twisty backroads, but is it incredibly noisy or require constant steering input on while cruising along an interstate at 70 mph? Maybe it has plenty of power from a stop, but doe…


The Kia K5 GT is so close to greatness. It is beautiful inside and out, rich with amenities and creature comforts, practical across a wide range of uses and has a fantastic turbocharged engine under the hood that serves up ample grunt and power.


There are numerous examples of specialized cars and trucks that Mr. Everyman can purchase, from supercars, heavy-duty trucks and SUVs that can still handle unpaved paths, but only one type of purpose-built vehicle is nearly universally loathed — the minivan.


The outlook for hatchback lovers in the U.S. automotive market is fairly bleak. In 2021 alone, the base VW Golf, Hyundai Elantra GT, Toyota Yaris hatch, Honda Fit and Chevy Sonic have been sent to the great scrapyard in the sky.


To put some perspective on the potency of the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S, it is powered by the same bi-turbo V8 that powers AMG’s largest three-row SUV, the GLS 63 S, which is significantly larger, weighs over half-a-ton more and is ridiculously quick in its own way.