Reading Time: 5 minutes Although the Canyon is a small pickup truck, it can tow and haul enough to make it a perfectly functional work vehicle. With the long box, the Canyon can haul eight-foot lengths with the tailgate lowered, making it comparable to full-sized pickups.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Sierra 1500’s 2019 redesign brought in a more fuel-efficient turbo four-cylinder engine and introduced a diesel engine to the 1500 for the first time.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Dodge Durango has many features that you would expect to find on a mid-sized SUV, including seating for up to seven people, decent cargo space and towing capacity, and optional all-wheel drive available on all trims.
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: 2 minutes Winner of back-to-back Motor Trend Truck of the Year awards, the fourth-gen RAM 1500 is the total package. Not only does it have muscular and aerodynamic styling contributing to a wind-cheating low 0.36 coefficient of drag, but there are no less than 11 paint colors to choose from.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Are Volkswagens for the “think different” crowd, or just a German version of Ford/Toyota? The truth is a bit more complicated. Here’s a closer look at VeeDub.