When it arrived in 2003, the sleek and stylish Nissan Murano was one of the first crossovers to break from the square mold that SUVs have been traditionally cast from. Now that there are relatively few truck-like SUVs remaining, Nissan is pushing the styling envelope forward again with the bold new 2015 Murano.
The 2015 Lexus RX 350 may seem a bit old with its dated interior and styling, yet it is still Lexus’ best-selling model. How has it stayed on top for so long even with many new Lexus products on the market? There is just a lot to like in this SUV.
2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE Class at the New York International Auto Show Were you just thinking that Mercedes-Benz could stand to expand its product lineup a bit? Perhaps with another SUV? Well then your prayers have been answered, as the new 2016 GLE Class is here at the New York International Auto Show strutting its stuff. […]
Lexus pulled the wraps off its new, fourth-generation RX sport utility vehicle at the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) this morning. This pioneer of the luxury SUV segment represents 30 percent of the vehicles the brand has sold in its 26-year history, and now enters 2016 with a fresh look and spec list. As […]
What We Like: Near luxurious interior material 360 degree around-view monitor Storage space What We Don’t Like: Lackluster driving experience Steering wheel buttons Lack of front cabin storage options The recently redesigned 2015 Nissan Rogue delivers a near-luxury like SUV for a much smaller price point. It does this through it use of premium interior […]
Introduced to the world at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, the Land Rover Discovery Sport is an entirely new vehicle that heralds a new Discovery model line. This compact, three-row SUV is based on the Range Rover Evoque, but boasts a handsome design with near-perfect proportions, lots of glass, and room to spare for five+two passengers.
Our post-post-modern age is subject to all kinds of ambiguities, sub-niches, gender-bending and confusion. In that sense, the BMW X4 that we recently drove for a week is a product of our times. It’s a coupe-like luxury crossover. For us, as delightful as the acceleration and handling was—after all, it’s a Bimmer—we could never quite figure out what segment of vehicle we were driving.