AutoGuide Now for the Week of February 23

AutoGuide Now for the Week of February 23

Ever wonder what life would be like if someone took all your favorite compact crossovers and pointed the shrink ray at them? We had that exact same thought and got our hands on a number of subcompact crossovers this week. Read all about our upcoming tests and reviews on AutoGuide Now.


FiatChrysler Winter Drive – Mike Schlee, Road Test Editor: “This week I am heading to Montreal, Canada to test drive the full range of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in proper, snowy winter conditions. Highlights will include the Jeep Renegade, a Ram snowplow and a Dodge Charger Police car.


2015 Chevrolet Trax: “I’ll also be driving one half of our upcoming sub-compact crossover comparison. The new 2015 Chevrolet Trax will be taking on the funky 2015 Nissan Juke. Which one will take the honors in this comparo before a whole new swarm of subcompact crossovers hit the market?”


2016 Honda HR-VLuke Vandezande, Managing Editor: “This week I’m going to drive one of the most important new products Honda will introduce in the immediate future. By now you probably know about the HR-V. It’s a city-sized crossover based on the same platform as the Fit. In short, that means spectacular cargo space, all-weather capability and – hopefully – reasonably entertaining driving dynamics.”


2015 Nissan Juke – Sami Haj-Assaad, Features Editor: “With its abundance of personality and style, I’m looking forward to testing out the Nissan Juke this week. It’ll be going up against the conservatively cute Chevrolet Trax, as Mike and I will see which city-sized crossover is the better buy. With its unique interior and exterior design, the Juke seems like an easy pick, but we’re forgetting about price, fuel economy and practicality.”


2015 GMC CanyonStephen Elmer, News Editor: “Our time with the new GMC Canyon continues. This week, we plan to park this new midsize next to a GM half-ton to really explore the major differences. Why would you purchase a Canyon over a Sierra? Our next long-term update will have the answer. To check out the entire long-term review series, click here.