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Straight out of the gate, Porsche's new 911 is at the top of its game.
A new Signature trim level and a powerful turbo engine give us even more reasons to like the Mazda CX-5.
Forget the fitness center. The Mirror makes home workouts more appealing.
I don't like running, but the Peloton Tread was surprisingly fun to use.
It keeps you motivated when you work out at home -- and for a reasonable price.
Peloton's pricey spin bike is totally worth it for fans of indoor cycling.
The redesigned 2019 Jetta is a return to form for VW's compact sedan.
Lexus’ entry-level crossover offers style and comfort, but an underwhelming drivetrain and maddening infotainment disappoint.
Honda’s big crossover solidifies its place at the top with styling, tech and drivetrain improvements.
It's a little bit faster and more comfortable, but this is still the same fun-loving Miata we know and love.
Jeep's 707-horsepower Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will have you terrified, amused and excited, all at the same time.
The A-Class is the introduction to German luxury the CLA-Class never was.
The Apple Watch is bigger-screened, faster, and makes some key health upgrades.
Google Pixel Slate review: Google's pricey vision of a tablet-meets-Chromebook doesn't quite gel - CNET
Google's pricey vision of a tablet-meets-Chromebook doesn't quite gel
This midsize truck would rather stick to the rivers and the lakes that it's used to.
Nissan’s sixth-generation Altima becomes a more engaging midsize offering.
Aston Martin uses lightweight architecture and Mercedes-AMG power to create its most playful sports coupe yet.
Cadillac's smallest crossover provides few compelling reasons to pick it over the competition.
Mercedes’ AMG C43 offers incredible power and sharp handling, but it comes with a number of trade-offs.
This smart alarm clock was supposed to wake me up in the morning, not keep me up at night.