With the America's addiction to crossovers at a fever pitch, many shoppers seem to have forgotten that traditional body-on-frame SUVs still exist. Toyota's entry is their Tundra-based Sequoia 8-seat behemoth that offers nearly 10 inches more total legroom than a Chevy...
Looking for the most insane CUV built? Look no farther than your Alfa Romeo dealer. The 505-horsepower Stelvio is a special kind of bat-shit crazy managing to match or beat the 0-60 times of more powerful crossovers while sounding like a Ferrari-possessed Jaguar...
Looking for a stylish Italian alternative to a Porsche Cayenne? Levante is your answer. And, Maserati Levante is just plain fun to say. https://youtu.be/TvitN540S7U
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...
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. https://youtu.be/nRAwNS4IKi0
Warning: Sadly we were not allowed to drive the HR-V because the production cars got delayed due to flooding. Hopefully we'll get an HR-V in soon for a full review but in the mean time, here's what to expect for 2019. https://youtu.be/LJUjb6eltnI
The 2018 Hyundai Kona and 2018 Ford EcoSport are two of the most recent sub-compact crossovers to land in America but the two couldn't be more different. The Kona is an all-new design while the EcoSport is a tried-and-true design coming to us for the first time. The...
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...
Lexus customers and dealers have been clamoring for a three-row crossover for years, but the new RX L is not quite the CUV they were hoping for. Instead of making an all-new vehicle, or stretching the RX in the middle, Lexus added a few inches to the back of the...
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