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Crossovers offer the raised seating position and big-hatch versatility of a larger SUV, but they carry the driving dynamics and fuel economy of a car. More manageable than a large SUV and roomier than a compact crossover, the mid-size crossover is, for many people, just right. See whether any of the latest crossovers are just right for you.



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Latest Crossover News

2016 Subaru Crosstrek Special Edition is ready in red

Revealed at the Chicago Auto Show, the 2016 Subaru Crosstrek Special Edition is a limited-run offering based on the 2.0i Premium model. Finished in an eye-popping Pure Red, only 1,500 Crosstrek SE’s are set to roll off the production line. Vehicles will start arriving in dealers this spring, although Subaru has not yet confirmed pricing. Also: Class of 2016 Read more...


2016 Toyota Highlander Buyer's Guide

Who Knew Practical and Safe Could Look so Good? Roomy, comfortable, thoughtfully designed and even stylish, the 2016 Toyota Highlander continues to be a segment benchmark highly regarded for its reliability and resale value. The third-generation Highlander offers seating for eight and a wide variety of family-friendly features, plus a choice of two fuel Read more...


Upmarket, but not upcountry. GMC is General Motors' venerable outlet for all things truck, and it had a big hit with the introduction of its compact crossover SUV, the GMC Terrain. Although its truck-like styling dynamic isn't for everyone, neither will the Terrain be confused with the more ubiquitous entries from Honda, Toyota or Subaru. And despite its Read more...


Bigger than most compact SUVs, but smaller inside. Although not directly competitive with the category's elite (Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4), the 2016 Chevrolet Equinox delivers a plus-size platform, composed ride, capable 4-cylinder engine and (rare in the category) available V6. If you don't go crazy on the option sheet, the Equinox is available at price Read more...


Santa Fe Lineup Offers Value and Versatility The Santa Fe, the only 3-row member of Hyundai's SUV lineup, comes equipped with family-friendly features at a relatively affordable price, all in a good-looking vehicle. It comes well equipped through the trim levels, along with a battery of options and feature packages designed to lure consumers with a 'have Read more...


Previous | Next Winner If your new family needs a new family vehicle, and you don’t want to break the bank, the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V might be the perfect starter SUV for you to consider. Well-equipped at every level, this subcompact starts around $20,000, and you’ll have to work pretty hard to get it up over $25,000. Plus, there’s really no need unless Read more...



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