CUV/SUV

  • 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

  • 2017 Honda CR-V Reveiw

    The CR-V has some a long way from the boxy cute-ute of the past. Honda’s small crossover is now Honda’s most important model and one of the best selling vehicles in the United States. 2017 brings a raft of new safety features inside an all-new crossover. This week we got our hands on the top-end

  • 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Review

    The Santa Fe may not be the sportiest or more efficient 3-row crossover but with heaps of standard features and a roomy third row it’s easily one of the best buys.

  • 2017 Jaguar F-Pace Review

    Jaguar seems to have waited the longest to join the crossover party but the 2017 F-Pace is worth the wait. In a segment that seems to be increasingly full of practical front wheel drive family haulers, the F-Pace is all about being the best handling compact luxury CUV leaving the X3 behind and giving the

  • 2017/2018 Jeep Compass Review

    For 2017 Jeep is replacing the long-suffering Compass and Patriot with an all-new and considerably more capable model dubbed “Compass” around the world. (In 2017 the “new Compass” will be sold at the same time as the 2017 old Compass, 2018 will be a full model year for the new Compass.) The new model sits

  • 2017 Cadillac XT5 Review

    Why did Cadillac decide to make a mid-sized FWD crossover like the Lexus RX instead of a RWD BMW X3 fighter? Because Lexus sells twice as many RX 350s as BMW sells X3s. While the XT5 is not as much fun to drive as the X3 or the new Q5, the Cadillac delivers more passenger