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2017 New York auto show crowded with bigger, higher-end SUVs

2017 New York auto show crowded with bigger, higher-end SUVs

Gas should remain cheap under the current administration. If ever there's a time for SUVs, this is it, and the 2017 New York auto show has plenty. The post 2017 New York auto show crowded with
Best cars of the 2017 New York auto show

Best cars of the 2017 New York auto show

It's that time of the year again: Here's our overview of the best cars, crossovers, SUVs, and concept cars of the 2017 New York International Auto Show. The post Best cars of the 2017 New York auto

Volume Booster: Toyota’s RAV4 Hybrid Gets a Price Haircut

Even though it represents a small slice of the model’s overall volume, Toyota owes a lot to the hybrid version of its top-selling RAV4 compact crossover. Without it, the RAV4 wouldn’t actually be the

Eager for Avenir Cash, Buick Knows It Can’t Go Full Denali Yet

Denali. It’s the Ford LTD of trims. Just take an existing model, add a dash of content and a sprinkling of chrome, and boom — a significantly inflated MSRP and legions of willing buyers. So impressed

2017 Lincoln MKX AWD Reserve Review – Still the Brand’s Best Hope

Utility vehicles are nothing new at Lincoln, but where there was once a single heritage-diminishing (but lucrative) oddity built to give Cadillac’s Escalade a run for its money, there now sits three

Hyundai Absconds With Another BMW Employee

Hyundai has snagged itself another high-profile BMW veteran. Last time it was Albert Biermann, dynamics wizard and former head of BMW’s M line. This time it’s Fayez Abdul Rahman, BMW’s former head of

Detroit’s October 2017 Sales: Ford Soars, Fiat Chrysler Hits the Brakes

If the Detroit Three want to keep wind in their sales sails, it sure won’t happen on the strength of traditional passenger cars. Several brands from Ford Motor Company, General Motors, and Fiat

The C-HR R-Tuned: If This Is the Direction Crossovers Are Heading, We’ll Stop Complaining

Intended to be the best of both worlds, crossovers deliver the ruggedness of a sport utility vehicle with the handling characteristics of a sedan. At least, that’s the theory. In practice, we’ve often

America’s Love for Luxury SUVs Is Screwing With Off-lease Sedan Sales

North America’s love affair with SUVs and crossovers arose so suddenly and with such passion that manufacturers were left scrambling to meet demand. Luxury brands certainly aren’t exempt from this

Obituary: Range Rover Evoque Coupe, 2012-2017

Fans of high-riding, luxury-branded, two-door SUVs were saddened this week to learn of the demise of the Range Rover Evoque Coupe. Aged six model years, the Range Rover Evoque Coupe is survived by its

There Just Might Be a Kona Under the Tree This Christmas

Desperate eager to fill holes in its product lineup and put some bounce in its sales step, Hyundai unveiled the subcompact Kona crossover earlier this year, with the model arriving on North American

Searching for Volume, Hyundai Considering Bringing More Vehicles Stateside: Report

Hyundai says it hasn’t made a decision one way or the other, but a South Korean publication claims company officials are considering a huge U.S. production push, all designed to reverse falling sales.

2017 Dodge Durango GT AWD Review – Modernity Meets the Large Cruiser

If you’re over a certain age – say 30, or 35 for sure – you remember the large sedans of the ‘90s. Comfortable, quiet, and roomy, those LeSabres and Park Avenues weren’t fun for enthusiasts, but they

Hyundai Lays Out Its Crossover Plan; Eight CUVs on the Way

After being caught off guard by the American public’s thirst for high-riding, commodious, all-weather vehicles, Hyundai’s planning to make up for lost time. As part of an effort we’ve known about for

General Motors to Build Two Bolt-based Crossovers, Considers the Data-mining Business

General Motors CEO Mary Barra outlined the company’s vision of the future at the Barclays Global Automotive Conference in New York on Wednesday. While the majority of her speech adhered to GM’s

QOTD: How Can a Chevrolet Bolt-based Crossover Avoid Flopping?

You heard it here yesterday. General Motors will introduce not one, not two, but three new vehicles based on the increasingly popular Chevrolet Bolt electric hatchback. And it’ll do it over the next

License to Print Money: Lexus to Introduce a Three-row RX

The grandpappy of all luxury crossovers, the Lexus RX, has long been the runaway sales leader in its segment. Last year, the RX crushed its competition like beetles under its feet, selling 109,435

Face-off: 2019 Lincoln MKC Boldly Goes Where Several Lincolns Have Gone Before

As part of its effort to align all of its products under the same general styling umbrella, Lincoln’s smallest crossover, the MKC, undergoes a significant facelift for 2019. Well, significant when