The 2016 HR-V compact crossover launch is an important step for Honda as it jumps into a highly competitive market segment. Judging from our time with the folks at Honda, they are confident that the all-new HR-V is the complete package that offers a fuel efficient powertrain, a versatile package that is flexible enough to […]
When the all-new Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk first came out, people were immediately attracted or quickly repelled thanks to its exterior styling. Jeep defended the look by pointing out, it is what’s inside that matters. After driving it around for a week, we can’t help but agree.
The Geolander H/T G056 is Yokohama’s long lasting all-season tire designed for small trucks and SUVs. With a 70,000 mile treadwear warranty, this highway terrain tire is engineered to provide years of trouble free driving, as well as exceptional all-weather handling. eBay Motors will be conducting an extended test of the all-season version of the Geolander H/T G056 tires with reports posted at three, six month, and 12 month intervals. Our test mule for this exercise is a trusty 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid.
The 2014 Volvo XC60 is a mid-size crossover/SUV that has distinguished styling, an extensive list of safety equipment, and all-weather capability. Handsome and chiseled from almost any angle, the XC60 defies the stodgy look of its Swedish wagon brethren and carries a certain savoir faire attitude. The interior is distinctly Scandinavian — with its floating center stack, dial-operated console, and supportive leather seats that are comfortable for hours — it has a look and feel that can match up to the best European cabins on the road today.
When you ask for family car recommendations from your average car buying public, the typical recommendations are usually crossovers and SUVs since they are deemed a lot cooler because it’s not the family vehicle our parents had. The 60s brought the era of big station wagons, the 70s for full-size vans, the 80s for minivans […]
For years Subaru has marketed the Outback as the go-to vehicle for the outdoor crowd. Although the previous generation, launched in 2010, made the Outback look more like a crossover SUV, for most people the Outback continues to serve as a modern day station wagon, but one with surprising off road capability. The new 2015 Outback continues with the same basic recipe, but offers a few tweaks here and there to help perfect the formula.