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  • When WSJ’s Car Critic Played Fireman for a Day...

    The Howe and Howe 4x4 Bulldog’s 9.0-liter turbodiesel helps speed 1,500 gallons of water to remote forest fires. Dan Neil takes a few laps around the parking lot with the volunteer firefighters of Gladys, Va.

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  • Are We in the Last Days of Diesel?

    The 2018 Range Rover HSE Td6 may already be doomed. As diesel sales free-fall and European cities ban diesel vehicles, Dan Neil wonders what’s next for the world’s polluting dinosaurs.

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  • 2019 Volkswagen Jetta: Return of the Great Cheap Car

    In the wake of VW’s Dieselgate scandal, the popular German brand is eager to please, which is why the uber-affordable new Jetta comes turbocharged and fully stocked, with great fuel economy to boot. Dan Neil kicks the tires.

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  • 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS: A Move Toward Electrification

    The third-generation CLS has the strong lines, powerful engine and luxury flair you’ve come to expect. But with its EQ Boost, Mercedes finally takes a small step toward electrification. Dan Neil reports

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  • 2019 BMW X4: Why You Should Skip the Upgrades

    Is a bigger, badder engine actually worth the extra price? What about driver’s assist and damper control? Dan Neil drives two versions of BMW’s latest X4 and considers the real costs of upselling.

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  • Rumble Seat News | Wall Street Journal
  • Rumble Seat News | Wall Street Journal
  • 2019 BMW X2: Like a Mini Cooper, but Better

    The new BMW X2 is a mechanical twin of the Mini Cooper Countryman, but with the best cabin innards in its class and a fabulous, inimitable BMW engine. Dan Neil argues its superiority.

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  • 2019 Volvo XC40: Routine Ride, Premium Price

    The Swedish brand’s latest crossover limps out of the garage with a weak throttle, finicky menu system, grabby brakes and disappointing suspension. Dan Neil takes it for a ride in the slow lane.

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  • Rumble Seat News | Wall Street Journal
  • The Art of Faking a Ferrari

    Rare-car craftsman Mark Lyon went from fixing up Ferraris to building perfect replicas. Dan Neil hops behind the wheel of an imposter Ferrari 250 SWB and wonders if it’s better than driving the real thing.

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  • The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans

    Last month Ford announced it is discontinuing its sedans and focusing on trucks, SUVs and crossovers. But is it responding to consumer demand or just exploiting a loophole in fuel standards? Dan Neil explores whether bigger is actually better.

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