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Is this GM's next electric crossover?
Filed under: Green,Buick,Chevrolet,GM,Crossover,Electric,Future Could be a Buick, could be a bigger Bolt-based Chevy.Continue reading Is this GM's next electric crossover? Is this
Lexus compact crossover based on the UX could debut in Geneva
Filed under: Rumormill,Lexus,Crossover,Future,Luxury Rumor has it Lexus will bring a production version of the UX concept compact crossover shown in 2016.Continue reading Lexus compact
The Best CUVs For Folks Who Just Want a Tall Sedan With Storage
If your heart’s desire is like everyone else’s, and you deeply long to drive an SUV that is actually a tall sedan with a little extra storage space, well, then, this is your golden age.
2017 Jeep Compass Limited Review – Jeepness Distilled for Suburbia
I’m certainly an outcast among automotive journalists. So many in this line of work absolutely fetishize the Jeep brand. Mottos like “It’s A Jeep Thing, You Wouldn’t Understand” and “If You Can Read
2018 Toyota C-HR XLE Review – So Funky, Sorta Fun, Slightly Flawed
Imagine if automotive history were flipped a bit, and that crossovers were the default compact family vehicle for decades, rather than sedans. We’d be reliving the “longer, lower, wider” craze of the
2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Review – In the Shadows
Crossovers are the future. As much as I hate to say it, more and more buyers vote with their wallets every year, choosing a smaller-yet-taller, less fuel-efficient alternative to the traditional
Vellum Venom Vignette: The Steak, the Sizzle
Fred writes: What is it with all these fake vents on the front and rear grilles and valances of new cars? I admit, I recently bought one of the worst offenders, a 2019 Avalon (I bought it for the
QOTD: Searching for Value Among the Utilities?
Don’t let the title confuse you; we’re not discussing how to save money on your electric bill. Today’s QOTD hopes to find utility vehicles of value, in both the SUV and CUV categories. Put on your
2020 Nissan Rogue Sport Puts Its Best Face Forward
At the 2017 North American International Auto Show, Nissan revealed its plans to slot the North American version of its Qashqai crossover between the Juke and Rogue. While the company ultimately
Piston Slap: The Times They Are a-Changin’
TTAC Commentator NoChryslers writes: Enjoy the website very much… so here are some questions. Why are interior and exterior color choices so limited right now? You have to pay extra for anything