Toyota launched their all-new, 4th generation Highlander for the 2020 model year, and has been improved in every way over the outgoing model. The updated Highlander has more space for cargo and passengers, rides better, and has more technology than any other Highlander in Toyota’s history. The question remains – Is it enough to keep the best-selling Highlander at the top of sales charts when the competition keeps getting better and better?Read More
Photos: Kia USA The 2021 Kia K5 is an all-new midsize sedan in the Kia lineup and replaces the Kia Optima that occupied the Kia...Read More
The 2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road sits at the top of the RAV4 lineup as the most expensive and most capable model in the mix. Rather than apply some chunky tires and black fender liners and call it rugged, Toyota leaned into their TRD Off-Road bag of tricks to give the RAV4 some genuine credibility when off the beaten path.Read More
The 2020 Lexus LS500 is Japan’s best flagship full-sized luxury sedan that cruises amongst competition from the likes of the American Cadillac CT6, England’s Jaguar XJ, Germany’s Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and Korea’s Genesis G90. Many more full-sized luxury sedans are crowding the waters in the segment as well.
Competition in the full-sized luxury sedan segment is fierce, and Lexus faces a challenge in keeping the Lexus loyal interested in the brand while at the same time swaying new owners to consider the brand over other attractive offerings. The good news is Lexus continues to compel buyers with a premium experience in the fifth-generation LS sedan.Read More
The 2020 Lexus LC500h is one of the most beautiful vehicles on the road today. From every angle, the LC500h looks like it would be just as at home in an art gallery as it would on a racetrack or even as a brand new concept car at an auto show. Combine jaw-dropping good looks with a long feature list, an extremely smooth ride, and a unique interior, and the LC500h makes for one compelling package.Read More
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.Read More
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!