The Toyota Sienna soldiers on with minimal changes for 2019 and 2020 while we wait for a complete redesign expected for the 2021 model year. While we wait for the next gen model, the Sienna is up against tough competition from the inexpensive Grand Caravan (which may be ancient, but it’s also crazy cheap), the […]
Looking for the most CUV legroom in America? Look no further than the 2020 Kia Telluride, the biggest, squarest Kia ever sold in America. How big is it? Well you’ll find 8 inches more legroom overall in the Telluride than the Mazda CX-9 and 5 inches more than the enormous Chevy Traverse and even more […]
Chevy is rejoining the mid-sized 2-row crossover battle by resurrecting the Blazer name for their latest CUV. Most closely related to the Cadillac XT5, you could also look at the Blazer as a right-sized Traverse. Similar to the Santa Fe a 4-cylinder engine is standard but shoppers can opt for a powerful 3.6L V6 and […]
2019 brings a fairly mild refresh to Honda’s 3-row crossover. Can a more rugged bumper and some new software help keep the Pilot on top? Let’s find out.
Kia is starting an EV onslaught for 2019 with not one but two new EVs with over 230 miles of EV range. The first is the new Niro EV, Kia’s all-eco small “crossover” to be followed closely by the new 2020 Soul EV. The 201 horsepower electric motor should deliver significantly improved performance vs the […]
The CX-5 has always been a fun to drive CUV, but it’s never been particularly swift. All that changes for 2019 with the addition of a new 2.5L turbo engine. The new engine transforms the Mazda from one of the slower entries in the segment to the fastest crossover in it’s category. Bundled with the […]
The new 2020 Kia Telluride is the brand’s all-new flagship crossover and the biggest vehicle they have ever made. Obviously designed with America and American tastes in mind it’s longer, wider, taller and squarer than the Sorento. It’s also built right here in the USA. With a new 3.8L V6 and 8-speed automatic under the […]
The best selling three-row crossover in America is getting some serious changes for 2019. First off, it’s going back to RWD like Explorers of yore. Second, it’s getting a brand-new hybrid system with honest-to-goodness towing ability over 5,000 pounds. Next there’s an available 365 horsepower model or a 400 horsepower ST trim with a track […]
Cadillac took the cover off their long-awaited three-row crossover in Detroit today. The XT6 is designed to compete with the Audi Q7, Acura MDX and Volvo XC90 while also providing an easier-to-park alternative to their larger Escalade.
Is the Escape too small? The Explorer too big? Then the Edge might be just what you need. Ford’s mid-sized 2 row crossover comes now comes standard with Ford’s Co-Pilot 360 active safety, and optional ST trim with major performance upgrades.