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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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2019 Subaru Forester First Review

Pricing starts at $24,295, plus $975 destination Much roomier inside, but only slightly larger Updated 2.5-liter flat-4 engine now has direct injection Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard Super-wide rear hatch opening Standard LED headlights Up to 33 mpg on the highway   Subaru has been on a roll in the U.S., with 81 consecutive months of Read more...


2019 Lincoln Nautilus First Review

New name for a refreshed crossover SUV Fresh styling, inside and out Available turbocharged 2.0-liter engine Base price of $41,335   Lincoln debuted the 2nd-generation MKX, a midsize crossover SUV, in 2016. Although it shared its chassis, most underpinnings, and powertrains with the Ford Edge, none of the exterior or interior body panels were Read more...


2019 Chevrolet Traverse Starting Price: $30,925 | Price yours Above Average: Three row seating for as many as 8 people, much improved looks over previous generation, decent fuel economy, tons of optional family-friendly features Below Average: Max tow capacity of just 5000 pounds and if you want to step up to the top trim for features like adaptive Read more...


Toyota Highlander What’s for sale near me? Above Average: Resale value, fuel economy, 8-passenger seating, hybrid model, safety Below Average: 4-cylinder engine, interior volume, infotainment Consensus: A reliable, economical family SUV with a sporty look, a versatile interior outstanding safety scores and advanced driver-assist systems.   Hyundai Read more...


For most of the people most of the time, it's not the size of an SUV that delivers the goods, it's the shape. It's about sitting above the traffic, lifting the tailgate and, sometimes, folding the rear seats for even more cargo room. So why pay more up front, pay more at the pump and have a more difficult time negotiating parking lots than you need to? The Read more...


SUVs have become the de facto family car of the new millennium. They are practical, carry a lot of people and their stuff and pull it off with a stylish, go-anywhere, do-anything attitude. Little wonder that two out of every three vehicles sold today are trucks, crossovers and SUVs. They’re also expensive, helping to push the new vehicle average transaction Read more...


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