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We checked out every Toyota crossover and SUV to give you the 2019 rundown!
The Eclipse Cross comes with a polarizing design. Some are quick to write it off, but the overall styling and controversial split rear-glass with high tail lights grew on me the more I lived with the CUV.
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?
The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Midnight Edition just looks right with a bit of dirt on itself and some lumber in the bed.
The 2019 Infiniti QX50 pairs industry-leading engine technology and sophisticated styling into an all-new midsize crossover.
Mazda’s engineers have been hard at work enhancing the Miata just in time for 2019. The revised MX-5 Club is the most engaging and dynamic Miata we’ve ever tested.
The all-new 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo is now as fun as it looks. It’s a solid platform that provides driving engagement and hatchback practicality.