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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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2016 Ford Escape

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2018 Chevrolet Equinox First Review

There's an all-new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox hitting the roads, and whether it's luck or planning or somewhere in between, Chevy's timing couldn't be better. Crossover SUVs like the Equinox are especially hot right now, with the all-new Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-5 taking the spotlight in a segment that's growing by leaps and bounds as they supplant midsize Read more...


2018 Ford Edge SEL Sport Appearance Package Revealed

Buyers of the 2018 Ford Edge SEL will be able to pump up the profile of their distinctive midsize crossover starting this fall when the new Sport Appearance Package goes on sale. Like similar kits available for the Escape and Explorer, the Sport Appearance Package for the 2018 Edge adds a selection of cosmetic Read more...


The 2017 GMC Acadia is all-new and rides on a shorter wheelbase than its predecessor. It still offers 3-row versatility in its more compact footprint, but GMC has decided to take a different tack than the larger Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave, which shared the same platform as the previous generation Acadia. In this Video Review and Road Test, Zach Read more...


Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, the redesigned Subaru XV–marketed here in America as the Crosstrek–takes the second generation of this compact crossover SUV to a new level of capability. While the XV was presented in European trim, Subaru said the U.S. version of the 2018 Crosstrek will bow at the New York Auto Show. New from the inside out While Read more...


Honda has set the benchmark in the compact crossover SUV segment and it doesn’t take its leadership position lightly as shown by the redesigned 2017 CR-V. The segment is hot and crowded with capable rivals like the Ford Escape, Mazda CX-5, Hyundai Tucson and VW Tiguan, so Honda decided it was time to freshen up both the interior and exterior of this popular Read more...


A Driving Machine for Seven BMW's 2- or 3-row SUV remains one of the most fun-to-drive entries in the midsize luxury SUV segment. A wide range of engine options includes the bread-and-butter turbocharged 6-cylinder, a 445-horsepower turbocharged V8, a clean diesel engine rated to return 29 mpg on the highway and an all-new plug-in hybrid. The sporty BMW X5 Read more...


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