Driven: 2012 Honda CR-V

The old phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” has been taken to heart by Honda. After leading crossover/SUV sales from 2007 to 2010 with the third-generation CR-V, the Japanese automaker seems to have the pulse of this market’s buyers. Honda knows customers want a reliable, efficient, affordable, and stylish vehicle, and the third-gen model managed to pull that off with ease. The question is: will the new fourth-generation CR-V manage quite as well?

By Brandon Turkus | November 16, 2011
2011 IIHS Top Safety Picks Include 66 Vehicles

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has announced its list of Top Safety Picks for the 2011 model year, which includes a record number of 66 vehicles this year despite increased safety standards.

By John Beltz Snyder | December 22, 2010
Nissan Prices 2011 Juke

Nissan released pricing for its new small crossover, the 2011 Nissan Juke, and it will start under $19,000.

By John Beltz Snyder | August 11, 2010
Ask It: 2010 Hyundai Tucson Limited FWD

We have just taken delivery of the recently redesigned Hyundai Tucson. Our Limited model comes loaded with navigation, a panoramic sunroof, heated leather seats (in a very handsome saddle and black color scheme), Bluetooth, and an upgraded stereo. As with all Tucsons, our tester features a 2.4-liter I-4, that produces 176 horsepower. Our Tucson is driven by the front wheels, but all-wheel drive is available. We will have this hot-seller for the next week, so lets hear your questions.

By Brandon Turkus | May 25, 2010
Geneva Preview: Kia To Show Sexy New 2011 Sportage

Just as the first few 2010 Hyundai Tucsons are just now rolling off of assembly lines, we now have some official details and images about its sister car, the Kia Sportage. First and foremost, the 2011 Sportage (which will debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show) looks substantially better than the outgoing model, with lines more apt of a crossover rather than a small SUV.

By Steven J. Ewing | February 03, 2010
Driven: 2010 Hyundai Tucson

The canyon roads in and around Beverly Hills, California, provide some of the best driving scenarios in the country. Long stretches of tight corners mixed in with rapid elevation changes make for a challenging and fun day of motoring, and give us the ability to really wring out our vehicle of choice—immediately pointing out any flaws in suspension tuning, balance, power delivery, shift fluidity, and overall grace. You really want a Lotus Elise for times like this. You can imagine our surprise when Hyundai chose these roads as the testing grounds for the all-new 2010 Tucson crossover.

By Steven J. Ewing | December 15, 2009
First Look: 2010 Hyundai Tucson

The previous-generation Tucson, while trusty and capable, looked rather odd and never really separated itself from the more popular Kia Sportage that it shared (everything) with. This all changes for 2010, though. The new Tucson is more powerful, more economical, and much more appealing on the eyes.

By Steven J. Ewing | December 03, 2009


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