While open-air four or five seaters are great, there’s something to be said about carving the canyons in a two-passenger convertible with the wind in your hair, your favourite person beside you, and all the engine power sent to the rear wheels.
You might know when to change your oil, but what about the transmission fluid? If you guessed “when it starts making a grinding noise,” you’re wrong.
There are moments that sometimes require your SUV to have true versatility. Sometimes you need a work vehicle, or something to haul the crew and all their gear plus a trailer. Whatever the situation, we have you covered with these choice SUVs.
Carvana takes a look back at the year 2014, and culls together its choices for the top vehicles from that model year.
Braking distance matters, as the difference between the stopping ability of a Toyota Tundra (153 ft.) and a Dodge Charger (119 ft.) is the length of an entire school bus.
Let’s be honest — sitting in traffic is rarely a good time. But some cars make the gridlock, dare I say, almost enjoyable.
Cargo space may not be the thing that captures your attention right off the bat when buying a convertible, but for those looking for a dash of practicality, we’ve got you covered!