Reading Time: 12 minutes The RAV4 is a surprisingly good driver for operating in the affordable crossover market. Built on the TNGA chassis (same as the Corolla, Camry, and Prius), the current design adds fun to a previously bland driving experience.
Reading Time: 10 minutes There are tons of features packed into the Jeep Cherokee. With competition fierce in the compact crossover segment, manufacturers are adding high-end technology and comfort features, making higher trims a near luxury experience.
Reading Time: 6 minutes While its seating flexibility is appealing, the Tahoe also draws fans because of the technology features that come standard. Even the base level of the 2019 Tahoe comes with a WiFi hotspot, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay, all of which allow driver and passengers to stay well connected while on the road.
Reading Time: 5 minutes If you haven’t driven a Ford Explorer, chances are you know someone who has. After all, the SUV has been around for decades. The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1990, long before SUVs began dominating the U.S. car market.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Expedition was fully redesigned in 2018, when a lighter-weight aluminum body was introduced for the fourth generation. This helped with fuel economy and made the Expedition even more capable off-road.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Truck sales have soared in recent years, rising 36 percent since 2011. In fact, 2019 is expected to be a record-breaking year for truck sales.
Reading Time: 11 minutes Tesla makes fast, attractive, technology-packed electric vehicles. Buying one used is a bit different than your average vehicle, due to offering zero gas or hybrid vehicles, and the lack of dealer network.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Turbochargers, and similar superchargers, are both types of forced induction, meaning they force compressed air into the engine.
Reading Time: 2 minutes An overwhelming number of vehicles on the road nowadays are unibody, as this type of construction is usually lighter in weight, more structurally sound and compact in size. Body-on-frame vehicles, however, have benefits of a different sort.
Reading Time: 4 minutes With a car-like interior for the driver and a huge flat rear cargo area, the Ford Transit Connect combines the best attributes of sedan, minivan, and station wagon into a fun to drive utilitarian package.