Posts from ‘Crossovers’
Class: Premium Large SUV
Miles driven: 518
Fuel used: 23.3 gallons
The traditional sedan is dead. Ask any product planner at any manufacturer, and he or she will tell you just that. Toyota’s RAV4 compact crossover has been outselling the brand’s Camry sedan for a while now… and the Camry had previously been America’s most-popular vehicle (that wasn’t a full-size pickup) for many years running.
Volvo is on a tear.
After years of product stagnation, the Swedish company recently announced that it would bring out a string of eight new or redesigned models over a four-year period – a rather ambitious undertaking for such a small company.
Class: Premium Midsize Crossover
Miles Driven: 319
Fuel Used: 12.4
Chicago radio legends Steve and Johnnie take the 2017 Ford Escape Titanium for a video test drive. What did they think of their test vehicle? Watch and find out.
Class: Compact Crossover
Miles Driven: 307
Fuel Used: 6.7 gallons
Class: Premium Compact Crossover
Miles Driven: 501
Fuel Used: 14.4 gallons
It seems you just can’t cut the crossover pie into small enough slices.
Nearly all manufacturers have multiple crossovers in their model lineup, some with multiples in the same class. And Nissan just became one of the latter, slotting the new Rogue Sport into the gap between the company’s subcompact Juke and the compact Rogue with which it shares a moniker.