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It's rare for an SUV to garner the amount of attention typically associated with brands like Ferrari and Lamborghini, but then there's never been ... Read full review»
The 2017 Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid emulates everything you expect from Porsche: affluence, elegance, and performance. It's both sporty and posh, but there's isn't much ... Read full review»
The 2017 Lexus RX 450h is a midsize SUV that delivers the luxury you expect from Lexus while also providing solid performance and excellent ... Read full review»
The Toyota Highlander Hybrid becomes even more versatile and affordable for 2017, with the addition of two new trims and an eighth seat. It ... Read full review»
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The all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid checks all the boxes that matter most to families. It has a hushed, upscale cabin, a long list ... Read full review»
The 2017 Lexus NX Hybrid has great fuel economy, agile handling, and plenty of room for passengers. However, power is in short supply. Its ... Read full review»
Starting at $29,030, the RAV4 Hybrid is one of the priciest SUVs in the class, but its abundance of standard features and excellent fuel ... Read full review»
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The Kia Niro is a new-for-2017 hybrid SUV. It marks the company's increased focus on green vehicles that are designed to fit in rather ... Read full review»
The 2016 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid handles slippery, uneven pavement well, critics say, but they add that many competitors are cheaper and have more cargo ... Read full review»
The 2017 Nissan Rogue Hybrid boasts excellent gas mileage, a well-cushioned ride, and one of the best interiors in its class. However, its lackluster ... Read full review»
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