We test every available Toyota crossover and SUV to give you the 2019 rundown!
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?
The Hyundai Kona’s simple and intuitive cabin design paired with smart exterior styling that doesn’t compromise visibility put it high on the list of our favorite CUVs.
The most striking aspect of the G90 is just how long it is. The wheelbase extends for an eternity, which makes a walk to the trunk and back count as measurable exercise.
You can feel the time and effort engineers have put into enhancing, refining, and dialing-in every component if this pony car. The Performance Pack Level 2 takes the 2018 Mustang GT to the next level.
The Mazda 6 has always been the mid size sedan to buy if you like to have fun on the back roads.
The Mercedes-AMG S65 is an Olympian, the automotive equivalent of a marathoner. Not the quickest over short ground or most agile, but the sheer pace over long distances will put any other competitor to shame.
Speaking of being in a sports car, that’s just what the 2018 Kia Stinger GT2 feels like…some of the time.
While the outward bodywork and drivetrain might look Italian, this Fiat has more than a little Japanese DNA.
Did you know you can still get a manual transmission in a pickup truck? There are a handful of trucks in 2018, mostly midsize, that still have an optional 3rd pedal. But the Toyota Tacoma is unique.