- Helping you drive happy’s most read stories of the week (July 23-29, 2017)

Here are the top 5 news, car reviews, and features that caught your attention this week…

The upcoming Volvo XC40, set to be unveiled shortly (probably at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany in late September), is being hailed as the most creative and expressive model in the Volvo lineup – surpassing even the superb 2018 XC60. The company also promises that each owner will be able to apply his or her distinctive touch to the car. A video will give you a first preview of the production model.

Yep, subcompact SUVs are a hot commodity these days. And while the arrival of several new players means the competition is getting more and more ferocious, the 2017 Nissan Qashqai offers potential customers some compelling arguments in its favour. We listed 10 good reasons to buy a Qashqai.

Nary a month goes by that a manufacturer isn’t announcing a new entry in the compact SUV market segment, whether it’s a brand-new model, a new generation of an existing model, a special edition or significant technical or design advances. Click here for the top 10 compact SUVs of 2017.

The all-new, second-generation 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT sets itself apart from other compact hatchbacks available on the Canadian market with its European-inspired design and upgraded level of refinement. It is now available at Hyundai dealerships across Canada, and we have pricing details for you.

And lastly, we are currently living in the golden age of the muscle car. Don't believe us? Well, the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has about 840 highly persuasive points it would like to make with you. Our contributor Benjamin Hunting had his hands full with this monster, not to mention the Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody and Durango SRT, in Indianapolis a few days ago. Check out his review!

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
Photo: B.Hunting
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon