The three-row mid-size SUV gains modern amenities but returns to the rugged impression of the original.
The premium mid-size hybrid has new paint colors for 2022, and fog lights are now a standalone option.
The perennially best-selling RAV4 compact SUV proves a stroke of luck substitute in extreme weather.
The new luxury compact seats five with 28.9 cubic feet of cargo space to spare.
Both versions are sleek and sporty, but only the hatchback offers the choice of a manual gearbox.
It’s complicated. But whatever, this latest entry from Hyundai has a lot to offer.
An extra dash of exterior drama, upgraded interior, and new Autograph model keep QX60 in the running.
An exterior freshening, new 8.8-inch touchscreen and value-driven Oxford Edition model are highlights.
Modern features of the new wagon include a hybridized powertrain and the latest version of MBUX.
Reminiscent of the brand’s RX model from nearly 20 years ago, it’s a sporty looker with practical purpose.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are newly standard for 2021, and wireless CarPlay is now available.
An updated sport package, limited-edition Inspiration Series and Alexa compatibility are new for 2021
Suspension tuning upgrade, distinct styling and exclusive trim are among the midsize SUV’s revisions.
The hybrid has the same superior qualities as the gasoline version, but is miles ahead in eco status.
New models for 2022 include a plug-in hybrid and the XRT with some emphasis on rugged appearance.
The first makeover in 17 years, it keeps the proven frame, chassis and engine of the previous model.
After a 2021 launch, some features are added for 2022, including some new metallic paint eye candy.
Do similarities to the brand’s current boxy SUVs justify the new nomenclature? Kia says yes.
The latest version of Mazda’s infotainment system and a new Carbon Edition model are this year’s notables.
The compact SUV is fully remade for 2022. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid models arrive for the first time.