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: 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: 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: 3 minutes The top small SUV, according to JD Power, is the lovely VW Tiguan. Due to the shared chassis components under the sheet metal, the Tiguan is built solid like an Audi Q3, minus the higher price tag.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Need a vehicle perfect for city commuting and the occasional jaunt into the mountains? The Subaru Legacy sedan just might be the ticket.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Tesla stock is currently trading at 21 times the value of Ford stock. That’s a huge statement considering the F-150 is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. Why is Tesla valued so highly? Drive one and you’ll get an idea.
Reading Time: 3 minutes More drivers who want the efficiency and convenience of a sedan but the space and cargo capabilities of an SUV are turning to crossovers as a way to meet all their needs.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When you think about the countries that make great cars, the United States, Japan, and Germany often spring immediately to mind. But among these giants, Sweden has carved out a small but significant niche, exporting high-quality, safe vehicles under the Volvo badge.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The technology on the Ford Edge also allows access to SiriusXM via a couple taps of the eight-inch LCD glass touchscreen. Flipping through the 150-plus stations is as easy as pressing the tuning buttons surrounding the central volume knob.