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We've been pretty unimpressed with the looks of most crossovers out there. It just seems like styling and design haven't been very head-turning lately, though as a whole, the segment is decent.
Look out Rolls-Royce, Mercedes, Aston Martin, and Porsche. The brand new 2020 Bentley Flying Spur is here, and it now has more presence and performance than ever before.
The new 2019 Mazda3 hatchback is a stunner. Last year's was already one of the best, but Mazda went back to the drawing board and came back with one of the best looking cars on Earth.
We've chosen three crossovers that are wildly different from one another but still manage to adroitly handle the important stuff.
Well, it appears imitation is the sincerest form of flattery since Chinese automaker Zotye just announced that it plans to sell its T600 crossover in America.
The Telluride is astoundingly good to the point that it makes other three-row crossovers seem a bit less than premium. And that's exactly where the brand wants to go... upmarket.
Nissan just announced that it will no longer sell the little Versa Note after the 2019 model year. The diminutive hatchback is actually one of the better-looking subcompacts out there.
Here are the cars we might recommend to the fools in our lives, and no day is more appropriate to do so than April 1st.
Sales of the Expedition and the Navigator are excellent, to the point where the brand has to increase production, a great problem to have.
In a current automotive atmosphere where pickup trucks thrive, it's pretty hard to believe that the Toyota Tundra has sat pretty much untouched for over thirteen years.
Lincoln doesn't have much in its arsenal. Its sedans don't sell very well. Can the brand do right with the Aviator?
The truth of the matter is that the Corvette just doesn't sell very well. Recent reports show that upwards of 9,000 new Corvettes are sitting unsold on dealer lots.
Genesis makes great sedans. But none of these sedans sells especially well, and the brand is in desperate need of an SUV/crossover.
For those who don't look forward to time in the car (we happen to love driving just about all the time), the daily drive can be a painful but necessary slog.
A few weeks ago, EV startup Rivian announced both their radical R1T pickup and R1S SUV to the amazement of the automotive industry and the car-loving pubic, in general. Amazon took notice.