Your guide to the five cars you’ll want to drive

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Ev­ery fall, the world’s au­tomak­ers brush away the leaves long enough to de­but their new rides. This year, we look at an af­ford­able Tesla com­peti­tor from Chevro­let, a Honda pickup that’s gone main­stream, and an el­e­gant Swede from China. Also check out Volk­swa­gen’s an­swer to the iconic Subaru Out­back, and fi­nally, Alfa Romeo’s Ital­ian ac­cent on the sport sedan. Here’s your guide to the five cars you’ll want to drive:

One year af­ter the con­cept’s de­but in Detroit, Chevro­let beats Tesla to of­fer­ing an af­ford­able elec­tric car with more than 238 miles all-elec­tric range. The Bolt charges for 90 miles of driv­ing in 30 min­utes. Driv­ers will en­joy an elec­tric car rush given 200 horse­power and 266 lb.-ft. of torque. Tech in­cludes a rear cam­era mir­ror, re­mote start­ing, smart­phone-man­aged charg­ing, nav­i­ga­tion, and cabin pre-con­di­tion­ing (warm or cool be­fore en­ter­ing). And con­nect all your iThings via 4G LTE Wi-Fi.

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