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2018 Toyota Camry XSE V-6

The 2018 Camry has been lowered, widened, and lengthened. A trio of new powertrains also improve fuel economy for America's top-selling sedan.

Toyota's 2018 Camry

Toyota refreshed its Camry mid-size sedan for 2018, by offering three, more fuel-efficient engines and a sportier front end that could have been Lexus-inspired. Take a closer look at the Camry XSE V-6 model, and then read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

2016 L.A. Auto Show: Cars

While passenger cars have been somewhat eclipsed by SUVs in recent years, there were plenty of cars in Los Angeles for executives, fleet drivers and weekend road trippers. Read full coverage here. Photos by Chris Brown, Paul Clinton, Thi Dao, Amy Hercher-Winter, Andy Lundin, Roselynne Reyes, and Chris Wolski.

2017 Volkswagen Passat R-Line

The 2017 Passat comes with more features offered on lower trims. Forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking are now standard across all trims, and blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert is now standard on both R-Line and SE trims.

2016 Infiniti Q70 5.6L

Infiniti's Q70 offers enough refinement to merit consideration as daily driver for a senior executive that has been helped by a 2015 refresh that improved the vehicle's infotainment system and brought Japanese Ash wood trim into the interior.

Ford Fusion: Highly Customizable

The second-generation Ford Fusion gets a major refresh for the 2017-MY. It is highly customizable with five trim levels, four option packages, and several stand-alone add-ons.

2017 Ford Fusion Ride & Drive

Ford invited automotive journalists to the hills of Malibu, Calif. in May to test drive the refreshed, midsized Fusion sedan for the 2017 model year. The 2016 Fusion won Fleet Car of the Year in 2015. Read the full story here. Photos by Chris Brown.

2016 Chevrolet Malibu

The 2016 Chevrolet Malibu is all-new from the ground up, with a longer wheelbase and more interior room for both front- and rear-seat passengers. It is also 300 pounds lighter, which pays dividends in increased fuel efficiency. My test drive examined the Malibu with the all-new 1.5L Ecotec turbocharged engine from the perspective of both a fleet manager and a company driver.

Chevrolet's 2016 Malibu

Featuring a sleeker design, a longer wheelbase, a lighter, more fuel-efficient, and a battery of technological and safety features, the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu should appeal to both fleet managers from a total cost of ownership perspective and drivers for its driveability, use as a business tool, and "driveway appeal." Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Mike Antich.