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Kia Sorento review: The savvy seven-seater

Can an SUV ever be a truly exciting drive? Now in its third generation, the Kia Sorento has had more than just a facelift to

2017 Toyota RAV4 review

THE GOOD: The 2016 Toyota RAV4 SE offers a more dynamic drive character in this normally sterile class. More aggressive looks thanks to the exclusive SE

2016 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk review

THE GOOD: On paper it’s got the most off-road capability in its class. The Cherokee comes with the excellent Uconnect system. THE BAD: No Apple CarPlay or

Audi Q5 (2017) review: Technical brilliance in a slightly vanilla design

The Audi Q5 is arguably Audi’s most important SUV. Sitting in the mid-sized segment, it occupies a space where it’s a little more useful than

2017 Honda CR-V review

THE GOOD: The 1.5-liter turbocharged engine is pretty peppy, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard on EX trim lines and above. THE BAD: It’s a

6 Things We Loved and Disliked About the All-New Honda CR-V

All you fourth generation CR-V haters can breath a lot easier now. Honda has gone the extra mile and fully redesigned America’s best-selling SUV to the

2017 HONDA CR-V FIRST DRIVE

Honda’s brawny people-mover gets beefier but it also gets a smoother ride for its latest iteration. Honda is in the midst of a product renaissance.

2017 Ford Escape review

THE GOOD: With available Sync 3, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and a superior suite of driver aid features, 2017 Ford Escape blows the competition away where

2016 Subaru Crosstrek review

THE GOOD: With 8.7 inches of ground clearance and standard all-wheel drive, the 2016 Subaru Crosstrek shows reasonable off-road capability, its comfortable ride making it a

2016 Honda CR-V Review: Current King of the compact SUVs

PROS Huge inside Easy and comfortable to drive Affordable pricing Excellent reputation for reliability CONS Plain interior, even on top trim level Lagging behind on

10 Vehicles Americans Couldn’t Get Enough of in August

August was an anomaly month for auto sales. After a broad downturn that rang throughout the industry — excepting, of course, crossover SUVs — analysts and