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Consumer Reports auto experts report from the 2010 New York Auto Show.
CR New York standouts
Cadillac CTS-V wagon
Performance enthusiasts often have the same passenger and cargo transport needs as mainstream motorists. Cadillac has targeted a sub-niche by applying the high-performance CTS-V powertrain, chassis, and ... More
Hyundai Equus
The new Equus slots in above the Azera as Hyundai's new flagship, and takes the carmaker's line up a notch in both size and luxury. Like competitors, such as the slightly smaller Lexus LS 460, the Equus... More
Hyundai Sonata hybrid
"Blue drive" is Hyundai's new name for its hybrid technology. The Sonata Blue Drive uses advanced lithium-polymer batteries and Hyundai says the car can drive up to 62 mph on electric power alone. The e... More
Lexus CT 200h
Lexus is adding its second dedicated hybrid to its lineup with the CT 200h premium compact. The CT 200h will feature a 1.8-liter four-cylinder gas engine in tandem with an electric motor and nickel-metal... More
Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
The MKZ Hybrid will be the Lexus HS 250h in the two-car luxury hybrid sedan category. It is the platform sibling to the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan, which already have hybrid versions. Ford says the M... More
Nissan Juke
Aimed at youthful buyers, the Nissan Juke sporty crossover is slated to sit between the Versa hatchback and Rogue small SUV. The Juke was inspired by the Nissan Qazana concept car, which was shown in G... More
Porsche Cayenne hybrid
The new second-generation Cayenne is roomier, lighter, and available in more configurations than the previous model. Its been trimmed by 400 pounds, which is definitely a step in the right direction. And... More
Volvo S60
Volvo unveiled the sleek S60 in New York. All cars sold in the U.S. will be T6 models with a 300 hp, turbocharged six-cylinder engine producing 325 pound feet of torque. The transmission will be a six-s... More