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If you've spent any time online searching for a used car, you've probably seen ads for manufacturer-backed "certified pre-owned" (CPO) programs offered through dealerships. While you may be tempted to avoid heading to the dealer—cars for sale by private owners can be found all over Craigslist and other third-party sites—a CPO vehicle can be a good choice for some buyers. Here, we've compiled a guide that explains the pros and cons of the CPO market, along with detailed coverage of the…

If you've ever bought a can of Monster Energy drink, I want to take a moment to personally thank you. Why? Because you helped make the Hoonicorn RTR possible. This '65 Ford Mustang packs a 410 cubic-inch Roush Yates Ford V8 good for 845 horsepower, and that's not even the insane part. This sucker's all-wheel drive. Yep. And a six-speed manual gearbox dumps power to the pavement.

The best cars leave you pining for one more lap. In 2015, only two cars hit that mark for one R&T reviewer. The phenomenal Porsche GT3 RS was one. Find out who else made the list here: http://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/news/a27764/the-only-two-cars-from-this-year-that-i-want-just-one-more-lap-in/

GM has a new three-cylinder engine. Should you care? A beefier torque curve could make it an upgrade for the Volt.

Chris Harris pits the Audi RS6 Avant against the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG. There is no loser here, only brilliance.

Buy the Manley ORV Explore trailer and the Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary. What's old is new again.