Fuel Consumption: City: 41 mpg, Fuel Consumption: Highway: 36 mpg, Nickel metal hydride electric motor battery, Memorized Settings including door mirror(s), Memorized Settings for 2 drivers, Driver se...
Fuel Consumption: City: 42 mpg, Fuel Consumption: Highway: 38 mpg, Lithium ion motor battery, Remote power door locks, Power windows, Cruise controls on steering wheel, Cruise control, 4-wheel ABS Bra...
Power windows, 4-wheel ABS Brakes, Front Ventilated disc brakes, 1st and 2nd row curtain head airbags, Passenger Airbag, Side airbag, Bluetooth wireless phone connectivity, Digital Audio Input, In-Das...
Tweaked slightly from last year, the 2020 Hyundai Kona retains its value proposition by offering an above average ride, reasonable fuel economy, a class-above interior, and a number of advanced safety features across all models. But it disappoints with fussy styling details, modest performance, and an upper trim with a price that’s comparable to much larger crossovers.
The 2020 Mazda CX-9 skirts perfection as cabin and cargo space trail rivals, the infotainment system is awkward and frustrating, while the third row is a child-only zone. But a stunning, graceful design, an interior that surpasses many luxury brands, and a long list of advanced safety features make it a top pick in the class.
Unchanged a year following a complete redesign, the 2020 Toyota Avalon Hybrid retains a sleek design, smooth ride, standard advanced safety systems, and impressive fuel economy. At the same time, steering is numb, the engine sounds ragged when hustled, the large grille overpowers the sleek design, while rear cross-traffic alert is only available as part of an expensive option package on the top-trim Limited.
New last year, the 2019 Toyota C-HR retains its chiseled looks and smooth ride, and adds new trim levels, safety and tech upgrades, and styling tweaks. But accommodations in back are cramped, acceleration borders on leisurely, while all-wheel-drive is not offered.