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Genesis goes derivative for first SUV
A multi-functional SUV for millennials
Volkswagen goes SUV crazy
Flaw could cause engine failure
Touareg to remain VW flagship
Sonorous V12 replaced by whirring motors
Audi looks to re-coupe crossover lineup
First all-new XC60 in nine years
Mitsu revives a well-loved name
New motors, new looks
Buick’s new wagon-crossover hybrid
Ready for the factory floor
Jeep claims real off-road ability for the small crossover, and there’s a manual transmission
Nissan takes its compact crossover a notch upscale
A more sporty and aggressive compact crossover from BMW
Special edition, new blind spot detection system are the big changes
New Discovery shares cues with Disco Sport, but will be larger
In a confusing class, which gets a place in your driveway
Drawings show best-looking upscale crossover coupe yet.
A new nose, new engine, and some new features for the new year
Introducing the new face of Acura
Our prediction? Three rows of seating to take on Q7, MDX and XC90
A bold exterior and a stylish interior.
Latest crossover concept previews an upscale PHEV coupe
A better getaway.
Cars are more than the sum of their parts.
A look at how to shop smart for some of the market’s most popular used compact luxury crossovers.
The turbo stays, and active safety gets safer
Turbo models get torque vectoring, too
This is Acura’s piece of the premium sub-compact crossover pie
Minor updates to styling, refinement and safety equipment.
Return of a fan favourite.
Check out our list of sensible and practical performance models from the used market, ready for year-round use.
Mercedes adds an AMG-lite model to its GLC SUV lineup.
New model will come late 2017 or early 2018
New Caddy crossover would give the brand a competitor for Q7, XC90, QX60.
Mazda aims to enter the performance crossover segment
Revised look comes with a $1,500 price bump
New Caddy Crossover.
Cadillac’s XT5 gets extra tech
GM has announced the pricing for the all-new 2017 GMC Acadia, starting at $34,995.
Kia has unveiled three models at the Chicago auto show: the all-new Niro HUV and two hybrid variations of the Optima.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Year of the Coupe
Audi looks to the future with the hydrogen fuel cell H-tron and announces the addition of the Allroad crossover to the A4 lineup.
Kia unveiled the fourth generation of the Sportage in Los Angeles, taking to the market for 2017.
CX-9 joins the rest of the Mazda family with Kodo Design and Skyactiv tech, plus the first Skyactiv Turbo!
Sleek new Infiniti QX30 ready to join the booming luxury mini-crossover segment.
Winter wagon season is coming.
Exploring BC and driving adventures in Mazda’s CX-3.
Prescription for luxury.
A look at how some popular super-utes stack up as used-vehicle buys.
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Scottsdale, Arizona – The crossover market continues to grow at an unprecedented pace, with more and more people jumping into small utility vehicles than ever before. Customers looking for easy access, all-season usability, practicality and a broad selection to choose from are finding that the crossover market is full of great options high on value….
The 2016 Honda HR-V is set to enter the emerging and increasingly popular “subcompact crossover” segment.
The SUV market continues to expand and diversify, with rapid growth in the last few years. Kia’s mid-size entry, the Sorento is the brand’s second-highest volume unit in Canada with over 13,000 sales in 2014. This new 2016 Kia Sorento aims to further cement the nameplate as an anchor for Kia’s continued growth. Tags: 2016,…
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