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Should You Buy a 2020 Mazda CX-30?

2020 Mazda CX-30
The 2020 Mazda CX-30 is priced from $21,900 in the U.S. and $23,950 in Canada, freight and delivery charges not included. Alluring design inside and out, fun to drive, great infotainment system. Limited outward visibility, not the roomiest in its class, fuel economy could be better. Things are moving quickly in the automotive industry, and each manufacturer has to...

Should You Buy A 2021 BMW X5 M?

2021 BMW X5 M
2021 BMW X5 M Pros One of the quickest SUVs on the market Impressive refinement inside Great design Phenomenal handling 2021 BMW X5 M Cons Seats are a bit tight Sound could be more noticeable Rough on poor quality roads Uncertain reliability In the SUV-crazy world we live in, performance is no longer reserved only for coupes and sleek sedans. There...

Should You Buy a 2020 Lexus UX?

2020 Lexus UX
The 2020 Lexus UX starts at $32,300 in the United States and $37,450 in Canada, before freight and delivery charges. Solid ride, great interior fit and finish, good fuel economy. Cramped back seat, not much cargo space, unexciting powertrains. The 2020 Lexus UX is classified as a crossover, or if we prefer, as a light truck both in the...

Should You Buy a Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk?

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Pros Incredible performance Pulse-racing exhaust note Versatile cockpit Those who know, know Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Cons Rough ride Tough resale and unsure resale value Not luxurious enough for the price There's something so unique about driving a vehicle like the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. First of all, you're driving one of the quickest four-wheeled vehicles on...

Should You Buy a 2020 Buick Encore GX?

2020 Buick Encore GX
The 2020 Buick Encore GX starts at $24,100 before freight and delivery charges in the United States and from $26,098 in Canada. Attractive design inside and out, quiet cockpit, good versatility. Unimpressive fuel economy, irrelevant base engine, not much driving excitement. We aren’t finished seeing new subcompact crossovers hit the market, and although General Motors already had a couple...

Should You Buy a 2020 Lincoln Nautilus?

2020 Lincoln Nautilus
The 2020 Lincoln Nautilus starts at $41,040 in the U.S. and at $55,600 in Canada, freight and delivery charges not included. Comfortable ride, plenty of interior room, good performance with 2.7L V6 engine. Brand perception still a work in progress, some Ford-grade switchgear, reliability track record could be better. Some luxury SUVs are more flamboyant than others, and as...

Should You Buy a 2020 Toyota 4Runner?

2020 Toyota 4Runner
The 2020 Toyota 4Runner starts at $36,120 in the United States and at $48,120 in Canada, both before freight and delivery charges. Versatility, off-road prowess, bulletproof reliability. Gas hog, archaic powertrain, messy interior design. The 2020 Toyota 4Runner is no spring chicken. The current generation of this off-road SUV was introduced on our market for the 2010 model year....

Should You Buy a 2020 BMW M850i Gran Coupe?

2020 BMW M850i Gran Coupe
The 2020 BMW M850i xDrive Gran Coupe starts at $108,900 in the United States and $122,100 in Canada, freight and delivery charged not included. Awesome performance and engine sounds, great highway cruiser, admirable exterior design. Low roofline feels confining, grabby brakes at slow speeds, smaller trunk than rivals’. Some luxury-car buyers want a high-performance supercar to get some adrenaline...

Should You Buy a 2020 Nissan Kicks?

2020 Nissan Kicks
The 2020 Nissan Kicks starts at $19,070 in the U.S. and from $19,398 in Canada, freight and delivery charges excluded. Spacious cargo hold, lots of standard safety features, excellent fuel economy. Modest output, questionable fit and finish, no heated steering wheel. These past few years, we’ve seen the emergence of a new type of subcompact crossover vehicle. The Urban...

Should You Buy a 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?

2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
The 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross starts at $22,995 in the U.S. and at $28,295 in Canada. Excellent AWD system, great warranty, competitive price. Jittery ride on bad pavement, lackluster fuel economy, could be more powerful. The 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is somewhat of an oddity in the compact crossover category. That’s if buyers consider this four-door coupe utility vehicle...

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