We pick our 5 Best and 5 Worst from the 2019 New York International Auto Show
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The all-new Mercedes-Benz G550 is more adept to life on road than ever before with its plush interior appointments and refined on-road demeanor.
The Eclipse Cross comes with a polarizing design. Some are quick to write it off, but the overall styling and controversial split rear-glass with high tail lights grew on me the more I lived with the CUV.
The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Midnight Edition just looks right with a bit of dirt on itself and some lumber in the bed.
Mazda’s engineers have been hard at work enhancing the Miata just in time for 2019. The revised MX-5 Club is the most engaging and dynamic Miata we’ve ever tested.
The all-new 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo is now as fun as it looks. It’s a solid platform that provides driving engagement and hatchback practicality.
The Hyundai Kona’s simple and intuitive cabin design paired with smart exterior styling that doesn’t compromise visibility put it high on the list of our favorite CUVs.
The most striking aspect of the G90 is just how long it is. The wheelbase extends for an eternity, which makes a walk to the trunk and back count as measurable exercise.
Behind the wheel, this new Corolla is tight and nimble. While it isn’t powerful by any measure, it rewards every attempt at maintaining momentum.
You can feel the time and effort engineers have put into enhancing, refining, and dialing-in every component if this pony car. The Performance Pack Level 2 takes the 2018 Mustang GT to the next level.