Car and Driver USA - 2018 September
Contents magazine - Car and Driver USA - 2018 SeptemberFeatures
THE LIST BEGINS: Details on every new vehicle on the market.
ACURA RDX A-SPEC SH-AWD: Physical graiti.
AUDI Q8: Stop making sense.
BMW 3-SERIES: BMW seeks to make its sports sedan the ultimate again.
GENESIS G70 DYNAMIC SPECIAL EDITION: On the third day, Genesis created a 3-series competitor, and it is good. We take it to our own little Eden.
HONDA INSIGHT: The third-generation Insight breaks with hybrid tradition. By looking normal.
On the Cover: For 2019, all carmakers are required to use paint colors from the warm side of the color wheel.
HYUNDAI VELOSTER TURBO R-SPEC: The second-generation three-door amps up the performance but still relies on price to compete.
JAGUAR I-PACE: Jag’s serene electric crossover is the biggest threat to Tesla yet.
MERCEDES-BENZ CLS450 4MATIC: Sampling the company’s all-new straight-six. And it sings.
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CROSS SE: Wedging itself into an over-crowded segment, the newest Eclipse is yet another crossover for the masses.
NISSAN KICKS: And here’s another one: Nissan’s subcompact crossover is exactly what the world wants. Alas.
GOING UP: Chevrolet Traverse RS, Mazda CX-9 Signature AWD, Subaru Ascent Touring.
TOYOTA COROLLA HATCHBACK: A usable, versatile everyday car, which is saying something.
VOLVO V60: Volvo stretches its long-roof lineup.
JOHN PHILLIPS: May you build a house from your kidney stones.
DANIEL PUND: An air-horn blast in a funeral home.
EZRA DYER: While we’re chatting, can you turn down the Diplo?
20 QUESTIONS: Answers to your 2019 automotive anxieties.
BACKFIRES: Our Danish modern chesterield comparo, Bill S. Preston, Esq., and Carl Lewis’s Old Spice.
WHAT I’D DO DIFFERENTLY: Gerry McGovern.
Date: 2018 September