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2019 GMC Yukon XL Denali review update: Gracefully aging

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https://www.thecarconnection.com - Dig deep into the 2019 GMC Yukon XL Denali and you'll find parts designed to fit trucks from decades past—some from more than 30 years ago. What's incredible is that the Yukon remains relevant and worth serious consideration.

2018 Cadillac CT6 - All-American luxury sedan

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http://car-data.com - The Cadillac CT6, currently the brand's flagship sedan, is dwarfed by the mid-20th Century Cadillac behemoths - but large by today's standards - gives a well-controlled, but slightly firm ride; a quiet interior befitting top-drawer luxury; and the latest in automobile technology. It's very comfortable especially with the adaptive suspension, which irons out road imperfections and controls body movements.

Test Drive: Chevy Bolt EV will make you a believer

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http://www.providencejournal.com - The potential of plugging in, instead of filling up, is so appealing. But the price of some electric cars and the limited driving range of others, are huge issues. I love the idea of an electric car. As a commuter, the potential of plugging in, instead of filling up, is so appealing. But the price of some electric cars — I’m looking at you Tesla — and the limited driving range of others, are huge issues. Enter the 2019 Chevy Bolt EV. It has a price that falls to less than $30K (thanks to federal and state tax incentives), and a substantial range of 238 miles per charge.

2018 Nissan GT-R Premium Review: Godzilla’s Creaks Can't Hide This Kaiju’s Power

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http://www.thedrive.com - Welcome to Critic's Notebook, a quick car review consisting of impressions and marginalia regarding whatever The Drive writers happen to be driving. Today's edition: the 2018 Nissan GT-R Premium.

2019 Cadillac XT4 Review

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http://www.motorweek.org - Cadillac formulated the 2019 XT4 for a new generation of luxury buyers. Ones looking for spacious comfort along with expressive design, inspired performance, and lots of new technologies. A tall order indeed, and one that is already being serviced by the likes the BMW X3, Audi Q5, Acura RDX among others. But one thing the XT4 does out do them all is in expressive design. Here you get a slightly detuned version of Cadillac’s current very bold look. The front facia hits you with knife edged, inverted L-shaped LED headlights, separated from a large shield grille.

2019 Cadillac XT4 on Talking Cars with Consumer Reports #176

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https://www.youtube.com - We just took delivery of the 2019 Cadillac XT4 at the track. We share our first impressions on the luxury subcompact, how it stacks up to others in the class, and wonder who this segment is really trying to appeal to!

2018 GMC Terrain Review: smaller, lighter and still plenty roomy

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http://www.spokesman.com - For 2018, GMC planted the Terrain on an all-new, lightweight chassis and shrank it to compact dimensions. In the process, Terrain lost 3 inches of overall length and dropped nearly 350 pounds. In a triumph of packaging, Terrain’s cabin emerged from the makeover without major losses. It easily accommodates for four adults and bristles with casual storage opportunities.

2019 Nissan Altima Review: Traditional Midsize Family Sedan Seeks Good Home

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http://www.thedrive.com - To hear some industry analysts tell it, the American family sedan is going the way of landlines, the Blackberry, or any buddy comedy starring Roseanne and Megyn Kelly. That demise has been exaggerated, of course: Midsize sedans still accounted for 16.