Every year we not only evaluate cars on their own merits but also against the top competitors in the field. Here are our most recent tests.
Compact cars are one of the biggest-selling segments in the country. We set a price of $20,000 and a combined mpg minimum of 28 for our test, and lined up seven competitors.
The full-size sedan category has seen a lot of action in the past year. We put seven of them through a battery of tests, including mileage, handling and creature comforts.
We tested six SUVs on the streets and highways of suburban (and rural) Chicago and northeastern Illinois. To make the cut, these SUVs had to cost less than $38,000.
Luxury sedans have a significant price of entry. One car in our test proved it was a far superior performer on the track and on the road.
Some of the best-selling cars in the country were recently redesigned, and we put six of them to the test in this vital segment.
Families gravitate to compact SUVs because of their utility. Find out which won over our test family and our judges.
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