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The luxury division of Honda, Acura offers a five-car lineup of sedans and crossovers. Their combination of Honda reliability with high-quality materials and cabins loaded with standard features is hard to beat.

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Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo is an Italian luxury automaker that has returned to the North American market with style. With their signature triangular grilles, Alfa Romeo models make a bold statement and are easily identified on the road!

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Known for its four-ring logo and sharp, minimalistic designs, the German luxury automaker offers a full lineup of cars and SUVs of all sizes, from the ultra-luxurious S8 sedan to the bite-sized Q3 crossover.

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BMW has one of the largest fleets of vehicles in a wide range of sizes and body types, from convertibles to SUVs. It focuses on performance and is fittingly home to the legendary M performance division.

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Part of General Motors, Buicks can easily be identified by their signature portholes which can be found on all of their models, including the tiny Encore, one of the most unique SUVs on the road today.

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The luxury division of GM was traditionally known for making comfortable cruisers, but Cadillac has changed gears with a new focus on performance and design with the introduction of cars like the CTS and ATS.

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The largest of GM's four divisions offers a diverse lineup from tiny sedans to giant heavy duty pickup trucks. Chevy is also home to two American muscle car legends: the Camaro and Corvette.

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With a tidy, four-vehicle lineup that includes three sedans and a minivan, Chrysler offers near luxury levels of comfort and brash styling — especially on the 300 sedan, its most recognizable model.

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Dodge remains the home for American muscle and retro styling, with cars like the Charger and Challenger which combine the latest in technology and comfort with rear-wheel drive for tire shredding fun.

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Gone from U.S. shores for more than two decades, the Italian automaker returned to America with the tiny 500 microcar in 2010. It now offers several varieties of the 500, including an emissions-free electric version.

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The "Blue Oval" made the first mass produced car, the Model T, and is now one of the largest carmakers in the world. Its F-series pickup trucks have been the best-selling vehicles in America for over 30 years.

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Genesis is the luxury division of the Hyundai Motor Company. Earning a great reputation on value and warranty for all its vehicles, the Korean automaker is now targeting the luxury car companies on style and classiness.

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GMC is the heavy-duty branch of GM, with a lineup full of SUVs, trucks, and work vans. GMC vehicles also offer better materials and features than their Chevrolet counterparts, with upscale cabins and bolder styling.

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Renowned for the reliability and value of its vehicles, Honda also keeps a close eye on safety — all of the vehicles in the Japanese automaker's lineup now come with a standard rearview camera.

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Hyundai offers one of the best warranties in the business (10 year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty) and has extensively overhauled many of its vehicles recently, giving them modern styling and even more standard equipment.

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Nissan's luxury division focuses on performance and driver enjoyment. INFINITI renamed all of its vehicles recently to make them simpler to understand: passenger cars get a Q, while SUVs feature a QX.

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British luxury meets high-performance in Jaguar's four-car lineup, ranging from the high-performance F-TYPE coupe and roadster to the ultra-sleek XJ flagship sedan, which has an interior fit for a queen.

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Synonymous with off-road capability, Jeeps are known for their ability to drive over (or through) anything to get you where you need to go, especially the iconic Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited.

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Kia's lineup features some of the best values in all of automotive, with affordable vehicles that don't skimp on the standard features or modern styling, and one of the best warranties around.

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Land Rover

Land Rover features a lineup of SUVs designed to get you anywhere in elegant comfort and style, with richly-appointed cabins full of leather and technology riding on very capable four-wheel-drive platforms.

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Toyota's luxury division is renowned for the reliability and quiet comfort of its cars. Lexus has also embraced hybrid technology in its lineup with vehicles like the CT 200h hatchback and RX 450h SUV.

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Ford's upscale marque offers a diverse lineup of passenger cars and SUVs that seek to provide luxury features at non-luxury prices. Lincoln vehicles can be easily identified by their large, split-wing front grilles.

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The Japanese automaker places a heavy emphasis on the fun side of driving, making some of the most driver-friendly cars on the road today, including the iconic Miata roadster and the CX-5 compact crossover.

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German luxury epitomized, Mercedes-Benz doesn't just make comfortable cars — it also produces some of the safest vehicles on the road today and offers the latest advancements in safety technology and driver aids.

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Quintessentially British, MINIs come with a unique style and feel all their own. Since its return to American shores, MINI's lineup has expanded to include a crossover and the cargo-friendly Clubman as well.

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The smallest of the Japanese automakers still on American shores, Mitsubishi's lineup has shrunk over the past few years but still includes one of the most affordable new cars anywhere — the Mirage, which starts at under $13,000.

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Nissan is the Japanese company that takes the most risks with its styling. It offers a full range of vehicles, from the affordable Versa sedan and hatchback to the versatile Pathfinder three-row crossover.

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Porsche is most known for its sports cars, which are exceptional, but the German automaker from Stuttgart also offers a high-performance sedan and two SUVs to keep up with the times.

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Specializing in work vehicles, RAM broke off from Dodge and is the home to Chrysler's lineup of work vans and pickup trucks. They come in a variety of sizes and capabilities, enough to handle any job thrown at them.

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smart only makes one car, the diminutive fortwo, which is designed to thrive in urban environments. There is no parking space too small or alleyway too narrow for the fortwo.

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Known for safety and reliability, Subaru is the only automaker to offer standard all-wheel drive on each vehicle it sells. Impressively, every car in its lineup is an IIHS Top Safety Pick award winner.

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Now one of the largest carmakers on the planet, Toyota helped to put hybrid cars into the mainstream and continues to lead the way for alternative fuels like hydrogen. And remember — reliability is spelled T-o-y-o-t-a.

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The only non-luxury German automaker currently in the United States, Volkswagen offers German engineering at affordable prices. It also produces the fun-to-drive Golf and GTI, two of the best small cars on the market.

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Volvo's ambitious goal is to have zero fatalities in their vehicles by 2020, a fitting vision for a company that puts safety first. Its cars also feature premium cabin materials and understated Swedish styling.

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