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A refresh for 2018 keeps the BMW 4 Series relevant among newer rivals, but it's no longer top dog for a luxury sport coupe or convertible.

The Ford Flex debuted in 2009 and may be on its way out, but the 2018 Ford Flex remains a great alternative to large SUVs and minivans.

Additional refinement inside and out hasn't diluted the redesigned 2017 Mazda CX-5. It's still a very satisfying small crossover SUV to drive.

We didn't drive far in our long-term 2017 Honda Clarity last month. But it was still enough to change our overall fuel economy in every category.

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.

Honda has announced a target date of 2025 to introduce cars that are capable of driving themselves in most situations.

Would President Trump's signature economic growth plans drive greater new-car sales? Edmunds Chief Economist Lacey Plache examines that question in a new four-part analysis.

A new, more powerful engine is available for the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, and a diesel option will be added in late summer.

For Father's Day, a dozen Edmunds dads (including CEO Avi Steinlauf) reveal what they like best about their current cars as well as what they'd want in their next ones.

Edmunds Updates

Edmunds is a unique company that's always doing something innovative and interesting. Our company culture consistently wins accolades, too. Here's the latest on Edmunds as an organization, including our analysts' industry insights.

Edmunds has been named one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in IT by Computerworld.

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:

Hyundai Motor Banks on Hawaiian-Named SUV to Boost Waning Sales (Bloomberg)

Edmunds: For Father's Day, Take Dad Car-Shopping (New York Times)

The 10 Best Family Cars for 2017 (Business Insider)

Edmunds: SUVs Didn't Kill Off the Wagon After All (Washington Post)

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:

Fiat Chrysler diesel vehicles were found to emit pollution up to 20 times the legal limit, researchers say. (Automotive News)

More than 800 kids have died in hot cars since 1990: Why aren't alert systems standard? (Consumerist)

Route 66 was decommissioned in 1985. This video explores the things that keep us coming back to the Mother Road. (Los Angeles Times)

A judge orders drunken drivers to install Uber or Lyft. (The Drive)

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