New in the Fiat lineup for 2020 is the Fiat 500X Sport AWD. The 500X is one of five Fiat models sold in the United States for 2020, though the baby 500 will cease to be sold beyond the remaining inventory of 2019s on dealer lots.
That will leave just four models to support the entire Fiat dealer network for 2020 and beyond, so it’s more important than ever to bring Fiat’s Italian appeal to the masses. The 2020 Fiat 500X Sport AWD is a good attempt at this, if not a perfect one.
Yeah, that’s a Bronco with some serious suspension work testing on 37″ tires. We know this Bronco won’t be available for 2021 but it’s awesome to see what looks to be the Ford Performance version of the Bronco coming shortly after the normal Bronco launch. Ford calling them 37″ hooves all but confirms that the upcoming performance version of the Bronco will have the Warthog name attached to it. We can’t wait to see what this is!
Cadillac says the new CT4 lineup fits squarely in the subcompact class and is aimed at the likes of the Audi A3, BMW 2-series, and Mercedes A-Class. I don’t exactly know why Cadillac decided to put the CT4 in the subcompact class because it’s far too big dimensionally to be a subcompact and a little too small to be called a compact.
Sitting at the top of the CT4 lineup is the CT4-V. The CT4-V is the result of Cadillac reimagining the entire V label throughout the product line. Where ATS-V came powered by a 464-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine, the CT4-V features a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. Now before you run off to grab your pitchforks and torches, let’s make one thing clear – the CT4-V is damn good, even with a 4-cylinder.
Even though 2020 hasn’t been the best of years for many, Chevy is having a banner year with the Chevy Trailblazer CUV. The Trailblazer is all-new for the 2021 model year and is the fastest-selling new car in 2020, according to research from iSeeCars.com. Their research shows that new Trailblazers are on U.S. dealer lots for just 19 days in 2020 compared to the industry average of 96.9 days.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reaffirmed that Americans want their freedom to travel with the security and peace of mind that only a privately owned vehicle can bring. Public transportation is a necessity in a lot of areas, but nothing can beat having a personal vehicle to fall back on in times like this, and the strong sales of vehicles in 2020 is proving that the idea of private ownership of vehicles isn’t going anywhere.
Chevrolet is well poised to capture this demand with the all-new 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer, and the new Trailblazer ACTIV. This isn’t the body-on-frame Trailblazer of days gone by, but instead, a responsible compact CUV that in ACTIV trim promises to help owners live their outdoor lifestyles to their fullest.
With the crossover sales growing more and more each year, Buick aims to capture more of those sales with the new Buick Encore GX. Slotting in between the smaller, base Encore and the larger Envsion, the Encore GX fills the gaps in Buick’s crossover lineup. While not perfect, there are lots of qualities to like about the Encore GX.