Auto review

Buick’s Encore continues to draw new customers to the brand, attracted by the small crossover’s unique package of luxury features and efficiency. Its lineup grows this year with the new Encore Sport Touring, which features an all-new 1.4L turbo engine along with unique exterior cues.

With a starting MSRP of $24,065, the 2016 Encore is offered in five trim levels: Encore, Encore Convenience, Encore Sport Touring, Encore Leather and Encore Premium. All models offer room for five and up to 48.4 cubic feet (with rear seats folded) of storage space.

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The Infiniti QX80 offers premium style yet is capable of transporting up to eight people in spacious elegance.

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Entering its second model year with limited changes, the 2016 Kia Sedona continues to offer an attractive design, amenities and value in the minivan segment. For 2016, Sedona offers seven- and eight-passenger seating configurations and is available in five trim levels: L, LX, EX, SX and SXL.

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As one of the leaders in the minivan segment since its creation back in 1983, the Chrysler Town & Country has spent more than three decades delivering versatility, functionality and innovation. New for 2016, the Town & Country Anniversary Edition celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Chrysler brand.

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Sophisticated looks and expressive materials make up the 2016 Chrysler 300, which is available in four models: 300 Limited, 300S, 300C and 300C Platinum.

At the front, a sculptured surface fascia proudly accommodates Chrysler 300’s prominent grille with unique dimensional texture and chrome grille surround. The grille contains the Chrysler wing badge, which highlights the new “face of Chrysler.” Nestled below the upper grille is an elegantly drawn chrome band that outlines the lower grille opening and extends outward.

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The 2016 Toyota Tundra features bold elements of design, refinement and craftsmanship.

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Since Toyota launched the world’s first mass-produced gasoline/electric hybrid vehicle, the Prius, it has sold more than 3.5 million worldwide. And for 2016, Toyota is introducing the all-new fourth-generation Prius. This new version features a pleasing design, higher fuel economy ratings and comfortable interior.

Making the Grade

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The Nissan Sentra compact sedan has achieved some impressive numbers over its more than 30 years and seven generations of production. In the United States alone, over 4 million Sentras have been sold. Sentra is also Nissan’s third best-selling vehicle, behind Altima and Rogue. And since the introduction of the latest generation design in fall 2012, Sentra has experienced growth in sales and market share, making it one of Nissan’s fastest growing nameplates.

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The well-appointed Lexus GX 460 luxury utility vehicle carries over into 2016 with its quiet cabin and long list of standard features and options that make it a versatile choice. With its seven-passenger and three-row configuration, the GX 460 mixes comfort with premium craftsmanship.

Exterior style

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For 2016, the popular Nissan Frontier continues to be one of the leaders in the mid-size truck segment offering a wide range of available body and bed styles.

With a starting price of $18,290, Nissan Frontier is offered in both King Cab and Crew Cab body styles and in 4x2 and 4x4 driveline configurations, along with five trim grades: Frontier S (4-cylinder and V6), SV, PRO-4X, Desert Runner and SL (Crew Cab only).

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