CUV/SUV

  • 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport Review

    Nissan’s all-new Rogue Sport is, of course, not all-new at all. Folks in Canada and other world markets have known this sub-compact crossover for years as the Nissan Qashqai. Whatever you want to call it, the Rogue Sport is a “tweener” crossover and in America it’s designed to fill the gap between the smaller Nissan

  • 2018 Audi Q5 Review

    Audi’s Q5 isn’t just one of the best selling Audi models in the USA, it’s also one of the best selling luxury crossovers in America. Despite the old Q5 being one of the older luxury CUVs on sale the Q5 has always served up an excellent blend of performance, economy, practicality and a long list

  • 2018 Mercedes GLC 43 AMG Review

    If you’re looking for one of the most fun compact luxury crossovers money can buy, look no further than the Mercedes GLC43 AMG. It has a more premium feel and more aggressive looks than the X3 or SQ5 and driving dynamics targeted directly at the Porsche Macan. If 4.9 seconds to 60 isn’t quick enough

  • 2018 Volvo XC60 T8 vs Audi SQ5

    While I wouldn’t normally have compared a plug-in hybrid Volvo to a performance Audi, we had the opportunity to drive them back to back and film them together. While they aren’t really the same sort of luxury crossover, I can understand why folks might cross-shop them as they appeal to different sides of my personality.

  • 2018 Volvo XC60 T8 Hybrid First Drive Review

    When Volvo announced the new XC60 was coming, I was worried that the design of the XC90 wouldn’t translate well and that the engineers would de-tune engined and cut back on interior quality. Those worries however were totally unfounded when the XC60 finally landed. Think of this as the XC90’s mini-me with a little S90

  • 2018 Audi SQ5 Review

    Just as you’d expect, SQ5 means that Audi has crossbred their 2-row crossover with a drivetrain pulled out of the S5 sports coupe. With 354 horsepower, a rear wheel drive power bias and an available torque vectoring rear axle, this is about as much fun as you can have in an Audi while 8 inches