Nissan’s Pathfinder is no spring chicken but Nissan has done their best to keep the family friendly 3-row crossover competitive by adding more active safety tech for 2019. Can the combination of new tech and a low sticker price make the Pathfinder a top pick in this segment? Or would you be better off elsewhere?
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Volvo’s all-new S60 is a compelling compact luxury sedan, but the real winner in this segment, IMHO, is the all-new wagon variant: the V60. It drives like the S60, has compact CUV like cargo capacity, and very little competition on our shores. It’s also drop-dead sexy if I’m honest. #WagonLover
Nissan pulled out all the stops with their latest Altima. Whether you’re looking for the latest in turbo engine technology, loads of standard features, or affordable all-wheel-drive, the Altima has a great deal going for it. Yes, you read that right, AWD is now an option. Unlike other midsized sedans that gave offered AWD, Nissan […]
Subaru’s Forester was one of the original crossovers in America, and now in it’s latest generation Subaru is targeting even higher sales by doubling down on everything they are known for. The latest Forester is an even better value, AWD is still standard, Subaru tossed all their latest safety tech into the base model. Subaru’s […]
Looking for a Civic that’s not a Civic? Check out the related Honda Insight. New for 2019 the latest Insight is unabashedly a hybrid Civic with come flair, but that’s a good thing since the Civic is one of the best compact sedans in America. The conversion from Civic to Insight doesn’t dampen any of […]
AKA The Durango I didn’t buy. Dodge’s high-horsepower three row CUV is a special kind of crazy, but it’s also a strangely good deal compared with full-size SUVs from Ford and GM, as long as you don’t need to seat more than 6.
BMW helped start the compact luxury crossover segment with their very first X3 but until now BMW has resisted making performance versions for some reason. The all-new third generation CUV however is different with the addition of the M40i trim, the first time the X3 has received the legendary letter M. As part of BMW’s […]
Is the new Regal GS Sportback a “Buick Stinger?” In short: no. The long answer is that in many ways it really doesn’t matter since the Stinger and Regal GS aren’t natural competitors anyway. Although both vehicles are lift-backs rather than sedans, that’s where the similarities end. The Regal is considerably less expensive and bigger […]
Kia’s all-new third generation Forte is styled after the Stinger and I have to say I like the look. I was concerned that rear headroom would follow the segment trend and be limited but I was pleasantly surprised. In addition the new Forte gets a raft of standard safety features, a new transmission for improved […]
For 2019 Honda has re-worked their large three-row crossover to keep it competitive in the growing CUV battle. The 2019 model doubled down on active safety bringing Honda Sensing to all trim levels, a standard V6 engine, new LED headlamps, and a host of other new features to help the Pilot tackle the refreshed Highlander […]