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    The 2019 Nautilus furthers Lincoln’s mission of reminding luxury buyers it not only exists but is also worth their attention (and money) beyond trips to and from the airport. As a replacement for the five-passenger midsize MKX, the Nautilus looks to sway buyers out of their Lexus RX and BMW X3 crossovers. Don’t miss our […]
  • 2019 Lincoln Nautilus First Drive: Challenging Lexus With Comfort and Style
    Before you even glimpse the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus’ updated sheetmetal, the American crossover has already distinguished itself from the Lexus RX and its European rivals. Ditching dry alphanumeric names is a crucial move for a brand looking to extend the new Navigator’s momentum down to a segment Lexus owns with the RX, but Lincoln will […]
  • 2019 Chevrolet Silverado First Test: Pencils Down
    I don’t envy the engineers and designers who endlessly toil on new vehicle development. In a perfect world, these passionate and talented men and women would have all the money and time in the world to do the job right. Instead, they’re beholden to managers and shareholders—those looking out for production schedules and the bottom […]
  • 2019 Infiniti QX50 Long-Term Arrival: Luxury Makeover
    Before its latest redesign, the Infiniti QX50 was a hard car to recommend. The 2016 refresh added some much-needed rear legroom, but the cabin and infotainment system still felt dated, and we never quite came around to the styling. Even though we appreciated the rear-drive layout and powerful V-6, fuel economy was far from competitive. […]
  • Driving the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon on the Rubicon Trail
    A pair of hands pokes up over the hood, as if two moles were sticking their heads out of the dirt. I can barely see them pointing to the left and then to the right, with the deep blue sky in the background and the long shadows of pine trees on me. A quick glimpse […]
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    Lexus wants us to read “Urban eXplorer” into its new UX nomenclature, but the target audience of mostly younger, web-savvy folks sees User eXperience when they read those letters. UX in that context refers broadly to a customer’s overall interaction with a product or company, with the point of contact—or user interface (UI)—being an especially […]
  • 2018 Subaru Crosstrek Long-Term Update 4: Hitting the Mountain
    Our Subaru Crosstrek has proved it can handle the urban jungle like a pro with its comfortable ride, spacious interior, efficient engine, and solid driving dynamics. But that’s just half of what the crossover is intended for. Eager to see how the Subaru performs outside of Los Angeles’ asphalt maze, I took the little lifted […]
  • 2019 GMC Sierra Denali and AT4 First Test: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
    There are two things GMC would very much like you to know about the new Sierra. The first it’s shouting from the rooftops: The Sierra is no longer a photocopy of the Chevrolet Silverado. The second it’s showing rather than telling: There’s a 2-inch lift and an “AT4” badge, which loosely translated from marketing-speak means […]