Tag Archives: Crossovers

Test Drive: 2015 Nissan Rogue by AutoNation

The Nissan Rogue has been with us since 2007 as the automaker’s idea of an affordable, compact crossover. It’s been a good seller and a very popular far for the brand as it followed in the footsteps of success laid out by Nissan’s also popular Murano crossover. Just last year however, the Rogue was entirely […]

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Report: A new Mercedes-Benz GLE is expected at New York

A Mercedes-Benz enthusiast site reports that the new GLE, or a facelifted ML renamed to be the GLE, is going to surface at the 2015 New York Auto Show. Earlier reports confirmed Mercedes-Benz will be renaming its entire lineup with a new nomenclature theme. This GLE will be the next, updated ML. Set to go […]

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Report: Audi’s new Q6 e-tron due in 2018 with 500hp

Audi is working overtime to launch some new models, one of which is this new highly-anticipated Q6 e-tron all-electric crossover, designed specifically to combat the new Tesla Motors Model X. The new all-electric Q6 is expected to don a serious EV powertrain. The base model should be offering 300hp and the mid-level model serving up […]

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Report: Maserati downplays crossover model below Levante

Maserati is hard at work to make sure their new and highly-anticipated Levante crossover does well. But if you wondered whether or not Maserati would make a model below the Levante for the crowd seeking a more affordable alternative, the answer is unfortunately no. AutoCar sat down with Maserati’s head, Harald Wester, who said the […]

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Photo Rendering: Could this be what the new Rolls-Royce crossover could look like?

Rolls-Royce is known to be working on their own crossover to compete with their arch-rival, Bentley, in the race to produce an ultra-luxurious crossover SUV, knocking pivotal icons like the Range Rover off of the pedestal. Now, UK-based¬†CarWow had their graphic artists render what they think the new Rolls SUV could look like. The model’s […]

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Report: Rolls-Royce’s new SUV to utilize in-house aluminum spaceframe

Rolls-Royce has been in bed with BMW for quite sometime as a subsidiary of the Munich-based Roundel. Due to this relationship, Rolls-Royce often dipped into BMW’s parts bins. For instance, the Phantom is based off of the BMW 7-Series…as is the Ghost…and the Wraith. They even are powered by the same V12 as found in […]

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Report: Audi’s Q7 e-tron should be offered in US and China as a gas-hybrid

Audi revealed one of the key variants to their all-new Q7 lineup, the Q7 e-tron hybrid. The version revealed at the Geneva Show recently was of the diesel-hybrid type, one of the first of its kind to hit the mainstream market, but the first in its segment to feature such a setup. Diesel-hybrids are getting […]

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Test Drive: 2015 Acura MDX by AutoNation

Acura introduced an all-new MDX last year and although it looks exactly the same as the old model, it’s actually quite new all around. Not only is every body panel different, but the current MDX is lighter, more fuel efficient, and even faster than the outgoing model. That’s because it manages to be one of […]

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GMC confirms to be expanding product line with new compact and midsize offerings

GMC officially hopped onto their news wire to confirm the expansion of their lineup for the coming years. Word came from GMC’s current sales and marketing vice president, Duncan Aldred, who said the expansion would most likely happen in the compact and midsize segments, since their full-size offerings are already well-catered for. However, when asked […]

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The 2015 Ford Edge hits the production line w/ video

The 2015 Ford Edge officially began production recently at the brand’s assembly plant in Oakville, Canada. The new Edge enters the second generation with an all-new 2.0L EcoBoost turbo-four for the base model with 245hp and 275 lb-ft of torque, a 3.5L naturally-aspirated V6 with 280hp and 250 lb-ft of twist, and a top-top 2.7L […]

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