The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE midsize crossover uses advanced technology to improve its performance, infotainment and off-road ability in the growing luxury SUV segment.
Rolls-Royce debuts a six-figure, 563-horsepower SUV that will compete in the top 1 percent of the ultraluxe end of the market.
Ford’s Edge ST goes heavy on the performance upgrades but strong rear storage and a standard tow hitch make it a worthy adventure crossover.
Cadillac’s new 2019 XT4 subcompact crossover represents a turn for the brand that aims to attract a younger customer base.
After selling 2.2 million units worldwide, BMW launches the fourth generation of it X5 luxury SUV.
The manual transmission and turbocharged engine are gone, and although the 2019 Subaru Forester bests predecessors, it lacks power.
Previously known as the MKX, the midsize SUV is now the Lincoln Nautilus, with new styling, powertrains and safety features for the 2019 model year.
Lexus’ smallest crossover, the all-new 2019 UX, joins the brand’s SUV lineup with character and smooth handling to attract urban-dwelling millennials
Honda’s refreshed 2019 Pilot is loaded with safety tech, rear entertainment, a refined powertrain and secret off-roading capability.
On a recent 180-mile trip through Utah, the new Santa Fe showed that Hyundai can stand tall in the crowded compact crossover category.
GMC’s 2019 Sierra 1500 Denali pickup truck costs $70,000 but delivers good driving dynamics and a comfortable cabin experience that’s worth the price.
The eTorque hybrid system on the new 2019 Ram 1500 pickup truck promises greater fuel efficiency than its gasoline counterparts that lack electrification.