Fuel Consumption: City: 17 mpg, Fuel Consumption: Highway: 23 mpg, Memorized Settings including door mirror(s), Memorized Settings for 3 drivers, Driver seat memory, Remote power door locks, Power win...
18.8 Gal. Fuel Tank,2 Lcd Monitors In The Front,210 Amp Alternator,3 12V Dc Power Outlets,3.33 Axle Ratio,4-Wheel Disc Brakes W/4-Wheel Abs Front And Rear Vented Discs Brake Assist And Electric Parkin...
Fuel Consumption: City: 19 mpg, Fuel Consumption: Highway: 28 mpg, Memorized Settings including door mirror(s), Memorized Settings for 3 drivers, Driver seat memory, Remote power door locks, Power win...
In addition to narrowing the choice of engines, the 2020 Toyota Tundra enters the model year with an expanded TRD Pro lineup, upgraded infotainment systems, and a wide range of advanced safety features. But it remains fettered by an aging exterior, dour cabin, average safety scores, the lack of a diesel option, and abysmal fuel economy.
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.
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.