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2017 Infiniti Q50 Red Sport

Infiniti's heavy refresh of its Q50 entry luxury sedan arrived in the late 2016 model year with a revamp of the nameplate's engine choices.

Infiniti's Q50 Red Sport

Infiniti's Q50 entry luxury sedan received a revamp of its engine lineup in the late 2016 model year and arrives for 2017 as a sportier choice in the entry luxury segment. The Q50 replaced Infiniti's G sedan for the 2014-MY. Read the full story here. Photos by Paul Clinton.

Jaguar's 2017 XE Sedan

Jaguar Land Rover's 2017 XE entry-luxury sedan has arrived to take on its German competitors as part of an expanding lineup that now gives the automaker an entry in the higher-volume category. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

2017 Audi A4 2.0T

Technology bubbles to the surface of Audi's redesign of its entry luxury A4 for 2017 for a vehicle whose use in sales fleets has been mostly concentrated in the pharmaceutical industry.

Audi's 2017 A4 2.0T

Audi's A4 sedan will receive several improvements for 2017, including a more efficient and powerful 2.0L 4-cylinder engine, an all-wheel-drive option, and new 7-speed dual-clutch S tronic transmission. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Jaguar's New 'Cat' In the Jungle

Jaguar's 2017 model-year XE will stalk its way into the competitive entry level luxury vehicle segment. The automaker is taking a more aggressive approach to fleet sales.

2016 BMW 340i xDrive

The 340i brings the new B58 engine, a TwinPower turbocharged 3.0L inline-6 that makes 320 hp and 330 lb.-ft. of torque. This engine is also found in the 2016 BMW 740i.

2015 BMW 320i xDrive

The 2015 BMW 320i xDrive is an all-wheel-drive compact sport sedan powered by a fuel-efficient, turbocharged four-cylinder engine. It has a NHTSA 5-Star safety rating and an array of active and passive safety features.

2017 Jaguar XE S

We were impressed by the XE's sure-footed handling, easy power delivery, and attractive body style that's more reassuring than snazzy.