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The latest expert car reviews from the Edmunds editors, designed to help you find your perfect car.

Off the showroom floor, the 808-hp 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will pass the quarter-mile in 9.9 seconds at 136 mph, wheelie and all, Dodge says. Here's our first look at the beast, fresh from the New York Auto Show.

An updated design and new technology should give the 2018 Acura TLX a boost when it goes on sale in June.

The 2018 Subaru Outback's new face signals a modest yet thorough refresh that updates the rugged-looking wagon in a variety of areas. It reaches dealers this summer.

The new 2018 Audi S5 has arrived with a refined character and a healthy boost in performance.

A first look at the 2018 Buick Enclave Avenir. It's a midsize three-row crossover that's designed to offer more than just basic family transportation.

After just a few weeks in the fleet, our long-term 2017 Chevrolet Bolt has become a staff favorite. Pros: above-average EV range, good visibility, refined ride and the coveted California carpool stickers. Cons: uncomfortable seats and no extendable visor.

Car News

Our editors zero in on topics that car shoppers care about and write news stories that help them make smart buying choices. We also provide insights on industry events and shifts that affect shoppers.

The trend toward specialized SUV models is in full display at this year's New York Auto Show. "The sheer number of high-end SUVs in New York highlights the rapid expansion of the segment and the seemingly endless appetite for new and unique offerings at the highest price points," reports Edmunds senior writer Carlos Lagos.

Looking for good deals on a lease? Here are dozens that can be had for $199 per month. A few even have no money due at signing.

Sales of electric vehicles are heavily dependent on federal tax credits, and the market for plug-in cars will likely collapse if the federal government allows those credits to expire, according to a new Edmunds analysis. If you've been playing around with the idea of buying an EV but haven't gotten serious yet, the clock may be ticking on a tax-advantaged deal.

Research, Tips & Advice

Our research articles, written by editors who really know their way around the car-shopping process, help you with every aspect of finding and buying the car, truck or SUV that's perfect for you. Here are this week's picks, bringing you great tips for less fuss — and maybe even some fun — in car shopping.

Tax Day is Tuesday, April 18. Do you have a refund coming? Here's how you could spend it on a car.

If you're in the market to buy a used car, you really need to check out their vehicle history reports before you buy. They'll give you a heads-up to flood damage, doctored odometers and other used-car horrors.

Edmunds in the News

Edmunds is an authority on everything automotive, so some of the biggest names in the news business often call on us to offer helpful tips for car shoppers and share insights on emerging trends. Here are just a few of the latest examples:

Will the Electric Vehicle Market Crash When Subsidies Are Eliminated? (Investor's Business Daily)

Automakers Take Aim at SUV-Loving Millennial Buyers (USA Today)

Edmunds Predicts an EV Crash. Should Tesla Be Scared? (Motley Fool)

Auto News From Around the Web

There's a lot going on in the car business, so it pays to stay on top of things. Here are just a few of the top stories that caught our eye this week:

There's a lot going on in the car business, so it pays to stay on top of things. Here are just a few of the top stories that caught our eye this week.

One in three U.S. drivers can't afford an unexpected repair, according to AAA. (F&I and Showroom)

The Los Angeles Police Department will begin using the first "pursuit-rated" hybrid patrol car. The Ford Police Responder is a modified Fusion. (Los Angeles Daily News)

Volkswagen doubles its standard three-year new-car warranty on its 2018 Tiguan and Atlas SUVs. (Automotive News)

If Dom Toretto did data visualization instead of high-speed driving, he might have come up with "The Stats of the Furious," which traces the evolution of the Fast & Furious franchise. The eighth installment, The Fate of the Furious, has just opened. (Bloomberg)

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