We checked out every Toyota crossover and SUV to give you the 2019 rundown!
It was almost 8:30pm and rapidly approaching single digit temperatures when we pulled into Odiorne Point State Park. With the weather threatening to ruin the mood, I decided for once we weren’t going to walk and drove the truck straight out onto the beach.
The all-new 2019 Kia K900 is a car that lives in the gray space of large, luxury sedans that aren’t German. But this K900 struck us as a budget-friendly luxury sedan that undercuts the competition so well that you might be tempted to give it a try.
SUVs don’t get much bigger than the Ford Expedition Max. It’s over 18 feet long and is replete with three rows of seats and a workhorse of an engine. But is there really a replacement for displacement?
Comfort is the priority here and the 2019 Lexus LS500 delivers in spades. The car gets on with it’s job in an absolutely effortless way. Once you’re behind the wheel and driving down the road, you realize how isolating the experience is.
The shining star of the Regal GS is how it handles. The steering, suspension, brakes, and even the all-wheel-drive system all work in tandem to make it happen.
With marked improvements in comfort and handling, the all-new 2019 VW Jetta becomes one of our favorites.
The Mazda 6 has always been the mid size sedan to buy if you like to have fun on the back roads.
Speaking of being in a sports car, that’s just what the 2018 Kia Stinger GT2 feels like…some of the time.
Now offered in A5, S5 and even RS5 guise, the new Sportback is a larger step forward than you might think. We spent some time with new 2018 Audi S5 Sportback to learn more.