7073彩票登录Scott Sturgis is The Inquirer's auto columnist.

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Sporty Mercedes crosses over many boundaries

The 2020 AMG Mercedes GLC 63C may be a mouthful, but it's a whole lot of fun. The small sporty SUV seems impractical but almost worth the $90K price tag.

The Nissan Versa gets an upgrade, but don’t expect miracles

The second in the two-week series on Driver's Seat Test Surprises, the Nissan Versa is not quite up to the standards of a Toyota Corolla XSE — not in acceleration, or handling, or even fuel economy — but it's also two-thirds the price. And that's saying something.

Toyota Corolla XSE: When mundane small cars liven up, Part 1

Remember the Corolla? It's a boring, small sedan, right? Look again. For 2020, the little nameplate from Toyota gets bigger, better, and in XSE form, a whole lot more enjoyable.

Toyota Sienna AWD: It’s all the SUV most of us need

The 2020 Toyota Sienna AWD offers plenty of space and all the snow handling most people will ever need. And it may look like the same Sienna from years past, but its refinement has continued, and it's much easier to live with than before.

New Subaru Outback in town: Will it be love at first sight?

The 2020 Subaru Outback grows and receives a peppier powertrain for the new model year. But it loses none of the charm of the old model.

At the Philly Auto Show, trucks are tops, but electrification is growing

The 119th edition of the auto show features 36 manufacturers, and highlights this year include the Land Rover Defender, Porsche Taycan, and Chevrolet Corvette.

How to make the most of your $14 ticket to the Philadelphia Auto Show

Here’s how to make the most of your $14 ticket to the Philadelphia Auto Show and break down the 18-acre show into manageable parts.

Philly Auto Show extended through Presidents’ Day to fit more cars, including Cadillac

The Philly Auto Show returns for 2020 to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. This year's show runs into President's Day Weekend, so it's extended by a day. And Cadillac makes a return appearance, although BMW and Mercedes opt out. Highlights include the new Corvette and Land Rover Defender.

2020 Cadillac XT6 offers a smaller, cheaper three-row SUV, but not much more

Cadillac buyers who longed for a cheaper three-row than the Escalade may be delighted with the new XT6. But those familiar with other luxury brand offerings may be less so.

Review

A fuel-sipping, high-performing Volvo SUV? It’s real, but real pricey.

You can have it all, if you have about 75 grand to spend. High performance. Great handling. Fuel economy. All-wheel drive. The 2020 Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar E-AWD puts together some engineering feats in a pretty nice package.