There’s nothing about the Toyota RAV4 that would indicate it has any business in a rally setting. Continue Reading...
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Set to slot into small SUV segment, 2018 Jaguar E-Pace will start at a pricey $38,600 when it hits dealers next year. Continue Reading...
Rogue Sport built to compete with rivals like slightly smaller Honda HR-V, Toyota C-HR without stepping on toes of Nissan Juke. Continue Reading...
Unveiled at 2017 Shanghai Motor Show, Honda CR-V Hybrid will be built and sold exclusively in China. Continue Reading...
Crossovers are hot, even high-priced luxury models. Two comparable rivals are the Porsche Macan GTS and Audi SQ5, in fact you could say they’re rival siblings, both being offered by the gigantic Volkswagen Group. Continue Reading...
Both the Mazda CX-3 and MINI Countryman are fun-to-drive small crossovers, but is one better than the other? Continue Reading...
The Volvo XC40 compact crossover is expected to debut in early 2018. Continue Reading...
A Hyundai compact crossover is destined for the U.S., but it won’t be the recently revealed Creta. Continue Reading...
Honda has filed a trademark to protect the name “CDX.” Continue Reading...
Hyundai just revealed its new Tucson compact crossover to a group of European journalists this morning. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi is pumping up its Outlander Sport crossover vehicle. The 2015 model will now offer a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 20 extra horses compared to the standard 2.0-liter unit. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen’s next-generation Tiguan compact crossover won’t make an auto show debut until late 2016 at the earliest. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Honda CR-V will go on sale on October 1 with a mildly revised exterior meant to make it look bolder and more aggressive. Continue Reading...
Lexus wants to become less dependent on the North American market for its sales and that could mean a smaller lineup. Continue Reading...
It’s a fact: the manual transmission is on its deathbed. Long absent from most family vehicles, one the last bastions of the manual transmission are compact crossovers. These however are becoming harder and harder to find. Most mainstream manufacturers in America have abandoned offering a stick-shift in compact CUVs and only minor players in the… Continue Reading...
Next year, Honda will introduce a compact crossover based on the Fit that will sit below its CR-V. Continue Reading...
When it launched, Buick wasn’t entirely certain where the Encore would fit in the market and that turned out not to matter. Continue Reading...
AutoGuide‘s compact crossover video comparison garnered plenty of attention this week, as we pitted eight of the market’s most popular crossovers against one another. Which one came out on top? Watch the video below, along with our other most popular videos of the week. Continue Reading...
Compact crossovers are quickly becoming America’s one-size-fits-all automotive solution. Continue Reading...
It’s easy to understand why brands that don’t currently offer a compact crossover are bum-rushing the labs to build them. Continue Reading...
Slated to arrive this Fall for the first time in U.S. dealerships, BMW released a huge gallery its 2013 X1 to showcase its facelifted crossover. Continue Reading...
Evoque program director David Mitchell has been driving one of the little Rovers, equipped with a turbocharged version of the 2.0-liter gas engine found in regular models and says that the vehicle’s chassis is more than up to the task of handling an additional 60 plus horsepower. Continue Reading...
The CX-5 is the first Mazda to feature the company’s new generation ‘SKYACTIV’ engines, a 2.0-liter gas unit rated at 165 metric horsepower (PS) and a 2.2-liter diesel engines that sports a two-stage turbocharger, enabling 150 and 175 PS outputs. Continue Reading...
However another reason for the about turn, might be the sales performance generated by the Q5, which has become one of Audi’s hottest selling models – in the US alone it has recorded a 70 percent sales increase year over year. Continue Reading...