10 Cars That Are All New for 2016

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The Class of 2016

Even though most cars and trucks get at least some tweaks for each new model year, relatively few are so thoroughly redesigned and re-engineered that they are considered “all new.” In fact, because of the time and cost involved, most automakers bring out fully brand-new vehicles only every five years or so. The all-new cars for 2016 have a number of things in common, including more space, better fuel economy than their predecessors and a host of available connectivity features. Here’s what you need to know about the class of 2016. 

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