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Crossover SUVs offer the raised seating position and big-hatch versatility of a truck-based SUV, but with superior driving dynamics and fuel economy thanks to lighter, more car-like construction. The compact-crossover category is among the fastest-growing segments in the industry, while 3-row crossovers have become a common suburban shuttle, and in between are a variety of roomy, sporty and/or luxurious options.


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2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE and GLE Coupe First Drive: Two not of a kind

The Mercedes-Benz GLE and GLE Coupe could be considered fraternal twins. They have similar DNA, come from the same parent and have nearly identical names. Yet you look at the two side by side, and they are clearly different.   The GLE is the new name for the former M-Class, Mercedes' boxy and muscular mid-size luxury SUV. Like other SUVs in the German Read more...


Editors' Page: 2016 Volvo XC90

Volvo Goes After the Big Guys with Luxurious New XC90 This isn't just the first new XC90 since it debuted for the 2003 model year, it's the most luxurious Volvo ever made. Now equipped (and priced) to compete head-to-head with popular 3-row luxury SUVs like the BMW X5 and Audi Q7, the 2016 Volvo XC90 is also leaner, greener and safer than ever before. With Read more...


It's a familiar scenario in family dynamics: The youngest is stuck with the hand-me-downs while the older kids get the latest stuff. The thinking goes that the smallest of the pack will eventually grow into the "new" things. Call it familial trickle-down economics.  We see parallels in the automotive industry, where pricier flagship models are Read more...


The new 2016 Buick Encore Sport Touring model joins the carryover lineup this fall boasting a new and more potent turbocharged engine along with a host of cosmetic and functional enhancements. Slotted between the existing Encore Convenience and the Encore Leather trims, this impressively appointed newcomer will be available in both front and all-wheel drive Read more...


The mainstream midsize SUV segment is one of America's favorites, and last year KBB.com visitors researched midsize SUVs more than any other type of vehicle. One of the reasons for all the activity is that it's a big segment comprising a range of players. From 3-row staples like the Ford Explorer to 2-row standards like the Jeep Grand Cherokee, plus smaller Read more...


The 2016 Honda Pilot has the most accommodating third row in the midsize SUV segment. Accessing it is as easy as pressing a button. Once situated, the Pilot offers impressive head room and leg room, and is one of the few midsize SUVs to offer seatbelts for three people in the third row. Of course, when you fold down the third row - which is easy to do - the Read more...


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