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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.
It leads the way for a series of new Civic variants, including Hatchback, Si and Type-R models.
The full-size SUV is 15 inches longer and gains a third row of seats. All-terrain status remains intact.
The new PHEV version of the perennial all-terrain favorite can go up to 25 miles in full electric mode.
The lineup of Subaru’s popular SUV now includes a choice designed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind.
The redesigned luxury compact coupe has more horsepower, a mild-hybrid system and interior upgrades.
Revisions inside the cab include new design, upgraded materials and the latest Sync infotainment system.
The brand’s flagship is updated with enhanced ride quality, more comfort and a new infotainment system.
The year-old subcompact SUV with sporty driving dynamics now has the brawn to back it up.
Bold exterior styling, better handling, a more versatile interior, and technology upgrades dominate.
The most powerful RAV4 also has the highest electric-only range of any PHEV SUV on the market.
Styling changes for 2021 include a bolder front and redesigned center stack with a big new touchscreen.
Adaptive Ride Control availability and a new six-function Multi-Flex tailgate are other highlights.
A classic favorite comes back looking better than ever and sporting tons of the latest technology.
New standard features and interior refinement are included in changes to the brand’s smallest SUV.
The six-cylinder model gets even more horsepower, and there’s a new turbo four-cylinder version.
Both versions now have blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert as standard equipment.