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5/8/2017 TPHPH
As the busy travel season kicks off this weekend, demand for gasoline is hitting new highs.
  • 2017 Tesla Model XAfter a rocky launch, the Tesla Model X SUV is seemingly on its (silent) way into many owners' hands. It's too early for 2017 details—the automaker doesn't follow traditional model years like others, and rolls out changes on the fly—but Tesla is finally building 5-seater versions of the Model X and now offers fold-flat rear seats...
  • 2017 Tesla Model SThe 2017 Tesla Model S is a relative outlier in the car world, not only because of its all-electric drivetrain, but also because of the way the automaker has approached its business. Every convention was questioned, every convenience was examined, and quite frankly, Tesla doesn't behave in any way like a traditional automaker. That's a recipe for...
  • 2017 Mini CooperThe 2017 Mini Cooper is a hatchback with a lot going on. Among all its body styles and kinds, there's the two- or four-door Mini Cooper; a soft-top Mini Convertible; a long-roofed, and a four-door Mini Clubman with side-swinging doors at the rear. It earned a 6.7 out of 10 in our overall score thanks to its unique styling and great handling, with...
  • 2017 Mini Cooper CountrymanIt might share its name with the Mini Cooper Countryman that went on sale half a decade ago as the brand's first foray into the crossover world, but the model is all-new for 2017—and there's more than meets the eye. Beneath its maxi-Mini body, the Countryman shares its engines, its suspension, and its platform with the latest BMW X1. We're...
  • 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport LEThe 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is a compact SUV and the automaker's best-selling vehicle in the U.S. It starts at a very thrifty $20,690—and all three of those things are related. It's offered in base ES trim with a 2.0-liter inline-4, or ascending SE, SEL, and GT trims with a 2.4-liter inline-4. Front- or all-wheel drive are available...
  • 2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEVThe 2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is the current incarnation of what is now the world's oldest electric car still in production, dating back 10 years to the first test fleets launched in Japan. Sadly, the i-MiEV's age shows in virtually every facet of its design, performance, and specifications. Even the features added more recently to its single trim...
  • 2017 Mitsubishi LancerThe 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer is by far the oldest 4-door compact sedan sold in the U.S., with a car launched in 2007 now entering a remarkable 11th year. The Lancer is offered in base ES, ES AWC, SE, and top SEL formats, the latter three offering all-wheel drive as standard; changes for 2017 are limited to a few feature updates. The Lancer been...
  • 2017 Mitsubishi OutlanderThe Outlander is one of the smallest crossovers on the market with a third-row seat. That fits into its mission of offering the traits value-minded families want: efficiency, comfort, and space for up to seven, even if that third-row seat is small. Buyers can opt for 4-cylinder ES, SE, and SEL models, as well as the V-6 GT, each with front- or...
  • 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage remains one of the lowest-priced new cars on the U.S. market. One version of the Mirage hatchback is the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid gasoline-powered vehicle available in America. But the low price and small, anemic engine exact significant penalties in other areas, meaning that the Mirage comes up short against...
  • 2017 Lincoln ContinentalThe 2017 Lincoln Continental wears a throwback name, and it wears it proudly. Forget the wan-sounding, wan-looking MKS. "Continental" means big wheels, big chrome, big motor--and that's what the new version delivers. Offered in Premier, Select, Reserve, and Black Label trim, the 2017 Continental pairs taut handling and a trio of V-6 engines with...