Fuel Consumption: City: 18 mpg,Fuel Consumption: Highway: 28 mpg,Memorized Settings including door mirror(s),Memorized Settings including steering wheel,Memorized Settings for 2 drivers,Driver seat me...
17 Speakers, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, ABS brakes, AM/FM radio: SiriusXM, Adaptive suspension, Air Conditioning, Alloy wheels, Anti-whiplash front head restraints, Auto High-beam Headlights, Auto tilt-away...
Fuel Consumption: City: 17 mpg,Memorized Settings including door mirror(s),Memorized Settings including steering wheel,Memorized Settings for 2 drivers,Driver seat memory,Remote Engine Start : Remote...
The big, old-school, body-on-frame 2019 Lexus LX570 continues to impress us with its edgy looks, sumptuous interior, muscular V-8, and smooth ride. But the big off-roader’s grille is also polarizing, fuel economy is dismal, while the introduction of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is the only bright spot in an infotainment system that still relies on a distracting mouse-like controller.
The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, mildly freshened this year, continues to offer moderately good looks, a smooth ride, plenty of interior room, and an attractive entry-level price point. But a pair of mediocre powertrains return only average fuel economy, the cut-rate interior displays lackluster quality and, 10 years into its current model run, is another step behind competitors.
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.
The 2019 Hyundai Tucson receives a refresh, and continues to impress with a broad selection of trims, active safety tech, an excellent warranty, and the brand’s solid value proposition. At the same time, it’s let down by average fuel economy, unexceptional performance, and numb steering, while the widest range of safety features are only offered on the top trim level.