Before the New York International Auto Show opens to the public, we round up another set of our favorite all-new models.
NY seems bigger than ever this year, with a nonstop press conference schedule on Day 1. We’ve covered every inch of the floor. Here’s some of the best news from opening day of the 2018 New York International Auto Show!
The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport has not seen a full redesign since 2011. That leaves it at a severe disadvantage when you take into account consider its competition.
The last Highlander felt very vanilla. Good, but kind of bland. The Highlander Limited Platinum feels like a whole new animal.
The CX-5 has room for four, optional all-wheel-drive, and an EPA estimated 25 city, 31 highway; there isn’t much the CX-5 won’t be able to do.
The 2017 Kia Niro is an incognito hybrid. It combines fuel-efficient hybrid technology with the modern compact crossover platform. It sets itself apart not in appearance or flair, but by the values and features it provides beneath its skin.
The all-new 2017 VW Atlas aims at taking on the leaders of the market at a revised price point. But does it have a chance?
Out with the old and in with the new. We said goodbye to the Cadillac SRX and hello to the all-new XT5.
The 2017 Prius Prime is Toyota’s all new plug-in hybrid which boasts better efficiency, increased range in EV mode and new technology.
Infiniti has entered the realm of compact crossovers with the all-new 2017 QX30. It’s an interesting combination of SUV and hatchback. For those not wanting to fully commit to a crossover, it’s certainly attractive.