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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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This Week in Car Buying: It’s a buyer’s market; CPO sales hot

With April’s new car sales expected to drop about 3 percent over last year, new and used vehicle inventories continue to expand contributing to a buyer’s market with generous incentives and dealers anxious to move vehicles. J.D. Power estimates that the average time a vehicle sits on a lot before being sold has risen to 70 days. That’s also reflected Read more...


2018 Hyundai Kona Shows Face

Following up on its initial 2018 Kona teaser image, Hyundai released a new and slightly more illuminating preview of its 2018 Kona crossover SUV model that will be unveiled this summer and arrive in U.S. showrooms early next year. While still keeping most pertinent details about this 5-passenger subcompact hauler under wraps, the Read more...


Mercedes-Benz has stepped up its game in the compact luxury crossover SUV market with its new GLC, which rivals models like the Audi Q5, BMW X3, Lincoln MKC and Cadillac XT5. As a further way to differentiate its entry, the Mercedes performance sub-brand has worked its magic on the 2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC 43, which boasts a more powerful V6 engine. Zach Read more...


Volvo continues to move upscale while marching to a different drummer. It’s gone along with the trend towards crossover SUVs, but still has a soft spot in its heart for station wagons. But like the Subaru Outback and Audi Allroad, the Swedish make has thrown some extra cladding, extended the wheel arches and lifted the ride height on the 2017 Volvo V90 Read more...


Next Page Family time meets the good life. In the 3-row midsize luxury SUV segment, seating for seven meets massaging seats for two. Flipping, folding, sliding second-row seats meet driver-assist and safety technologies so advanced that some of these cars can stop, go and turn all by themselves (in small doses). Your needs meet your wants, and they Read more...


Next SUV Surprise! Starting Price: $44,095 Above Average: Roomy, rich interior, good value Below Average: Relative badge allure Consensus: The pleasant surprise of the test and a smart, solid option Heaped with praise ranging from “the sleeper superstar” to “the best all-arounder,” the Infiniti QX60 was clearly the biggest surprise in this test. The Read more...


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