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  • Until the new and highly anticipated 2016 Focus RS makes its way to the streets, the tuner-oriented ST will remain the top-dog hot rod of the Ford Focus lineup.

  • Chevrolet has introduced the redesigned 2016 Camaro, a smaller, lighter, and more technologically advanced version of its iconic sports coupe.

  • For 2015, Ford has positioned its F-250, F-350, and F-450 Super Duty models to once again outmatch the competition with an available diesel engine that now delivers more than 850 lb.-ft. of torque and has a maximum tow rating of 31,200 lbs.

  • Long considered one of America's favorite family sedans, the Honda Accord greets the 2015 model year with a familiar lineup consisting of LX, Sport, EX, and Touring trim levels, and power plants promising varying degrees of performance and efficiency.

  • The 3 Series represent BMW's best-selling model line. For the 2016 model year, the new 3 Series Sedan and Sports Wagon receives a range of enhancements, mostly focusing on dynamics.

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  • Until the new and highly anticipated 2016 Focus RS makes its way to the streets, the tuner-oriented ST will remain the top-dog hot rod of the Ford Focus lineup.

  • Chevrolet has introduced the redesigned 2016 Camaro, a smaller, lighter, and more technologically advanced version of its iconic sports coupe.

  • For 2015, Ford has positioned its F-250, F-350, and F-450 Super Duty models to once again outmatch the competition with an available diesel engine that now delivers more than 850 lb.-ft. of torque and has a maximum tow rating of 31,200 lbs.

  • Long considered one of America's favorite family sedans, the Honda Accord greets the 2015 model year with a familiar lineup consisting of LX, Sport, EX, and Touring trim levels, and power plants promising varying degrees of performance and efficiency.

  • The 3 Series represent BMW's best-selling model line. For the 2016 model year, the new 3 Series Sedan and Sports Wagon receives a range of enhancements, mostly focusing on dynamics.

  • At the 2015 Shanghai International Motor Show, Lexus debuted an updated version of its popular ES sedan.

  • One of the pioneers of the modern-day small SUV/crossover movement, the Ford Escape has undergone a vast array of transformative changes over the years, but for 2015, updates are limited to the introduction of a new exterior paint color.

  • Long a popular choice among budget-conscious shoppers, the 5-passenger Jetta returns for 2015 in sedan guise only, as the versatile SportWagen has been dropped to make way for the all-new Golf SportWagen.

  • Small crossover SUVs are exploding in popularity, and it appears that Hyundai has perfectly timed dramatic improvements to its Tucson with unprecedented consumer demand for this type of vehicle.

  • At the 2015 New York International Auto Show, Toyota introduced a refreshed 2016 RAV4, in the process highlighting a new hybrid version of the 5-passenger crossover SUV that is both more powerful and more fuel-efficient than the standard version.

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