Upon hearing the Jeep name, the first image frequently summoned is the Wrangler — the heavy-duty rough-and-tumble model that traces its lineage directly back to World War II military vehicles. But most of Jeep’s latest new models have been crossovers...
When SUVs were first becoming part of the mainstream automotive marketplace, buyers loved their tough, heavy-duty image. The first crossovers offered the same truck-like looks, but were derived from popular passenger cars to offer superior on-road drivability and comfort. Today's...
High seating positions and spacious interiors have made crossovers endearing alternatives to sedans in pretty much every market segment. Buyers who are looking for a fun premium vehicle now have yet another crossover option: the all-new Jaguar F-Pace. The F-Pace...
There are two main types of consumers who will likely consider upgrading from a mainstream seven-passenger crossover to a model from a premium brand. One type demands a drastic upgrade — an all-out luxury experience fitted into the boxy shape...
As cars are redesigned over the years, it's typical for them to grow in size — giving the automaker a roomier interior to boast about, and keeping up with competing vehicles that have already done the same. When the...
Historically, American performance cars were focused on the spec sheet: How fast could you go for how little money? Meanwhile, European models were poised and agile, lithe and sleek. The 2019 Buick Regal GS, a mid-size sedan priced from...
When Mitsubishi first launched the Outlander Sport crossover in 2011, most prospective buyers saw one primary appeal: price. It was smaller and less expensive than a Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4 — then among the most diminutive crossovers a person...
For most cars, it’s tough to make a giant leap in fuel efficiency. Automakers have been carefully calibrating their cars engines, transmissions, weights and aerodynamics to inch up their gas mileage, but progress tends to be incremental. The exception...
The most popular cars in Europe tend to be small, fun to drive and luxurious for their size — not necessarily in terms of high-end features, but in the design and quality of their interiors, and the sophistication of...
When Honda last redesigned its Odyssey minivan, for the 2011 model year, the automaker threw out the old van's familiar boxy shape. That new Odyssey was lower and wider, boasting an aggressive, hunkered-down stance and an unusual window-line that...

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