CUV/SUV

  • 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Review

    The Pacifica Hybrid is more than just the first hybrid minivan in America, more than just Chrysler’s first in-hours hybrid design, it also manages to be the most impressive hybrid I’ve driven in 2017. With an EV range of 33 miles and fuel economy of 32MPG+ in hybrid mode, this 5,000 pound box on wheels

  • 2017 Acura MDX Hybrid Review

    For 2017 Acura created an all-new hybrid system by mixing and matching parts from the NSX and RLX with an new 3.0L V6 engine resulting in the most efficient MDX ever made. Can the new hybrid system eliminate the minor complaints we had about the 2017 MDX? And more importantly, can Acura’s new hybrid crossover

  • 2017 Jeep Cherokee Review

    If you want a CUV that can go off the beaten path, the Cherokee is just your best choice, it’s your only choice. With class leading ground clearance and the only AWD system with a 2-speed transfer case, the Cherokee is capable of more than over the river and through the woods.

  • 2017 Kia Soul ! Review

    Kia’s soul has always been one of the most practical, well priced, and best equipped subcompacts in America, but it’s never been particularly swift. Until now. For 2017 Kia fitted a new 201 horsepower turbo engine and a 7-speed dual clutch transmission to their faithful hamster. The result isn’t a Volkswagen GTI, or a Fiesta

  • 2017 GMC Acadia Review

    Bucking the trend, the all-new Acadia is smaller in every dimension vs the outgoing model shrinking from one of the largest 3-row crossovers to one of the smaller models. Insane? Not at all. The Acadia is part of GM’s new strategy to separate the Acadia, Enclave and Traverse. The Acadia will tackle Toyota’s Highlander head-on,

  • 2018 Chevrolet Equinox Review

    For 2018 Chevy put the Equinox crossover on a crash diet, shrinking it from a Kia Sorento-sized crossover to direct RAV4 and CR-V competitor. In the process they shaved over four *hundred* pounds of curb weight from the vehicle making the new Equinox one of the lightest in the segment. The light curb weight and