Ford’s Escape has been a solid member of the Ford SUV lineup for two decades. It is all-new for 2020 and the smorgasbord of model options now includes a hybrid variant. We spent a week with the Escape Hybrid to see if it provides a good combination of performance and fuel economy.
When it comes to full size SUVs there are several options available for today’s buyers. However, few of those options can match the Volvo XC90 for its attractive exterior, interior refinement and luxurious ride. Add in hybrid power and the XC90 T8 becomes a true leader in the three-row SUV segment.
The Volkswagen Atlas replaced the Touareg as VW’s largest SUV in the US. The new for 2020 Atlas Cross Sport steps up the design aspect of the Atlas while removing the third row. Starting at a far more competitive price, the Atlas Cross Sport seeks to gain buyers that would previously not have considered the brand.
Mazda’s design is a standout among boring sedans and the Mazda6 has the right content under that attractive exterior to back up its good looks. If you want a family car that isn’t an SUV, the Mazda6 needs to be on your shopping list.
Toyota sent their full-size sedan to TRD finishing school, but the wild child that emerged takes away some of the loveliness of the car on which it is based. Sometimes softer is better.
The name Ducati conjures up images of beautiful superbikes with lots of speed and performance. The Ducati Multistrada 1260S is a different beast altogether. Resident motorcyclist Jennifer spent a couple weeks with the Multistrada to see how it stacks up to Ducati’s superbike legacy.
Toyota’s Supra has always been powered by a straight six. Why then would they ruin tradition and offer up a Supra with a four-cylinder engine? We spent some time with the new Supra 2.0 to find out.
Mazda’s CX-30 is so much more than a lifted Mazda 3. A lot of thought and engineering went into this little crossover and you should really pay attention to the details.
The Genesis G70 3.3T is an appealing package that sets its sights squarely on BMW’s 3-Series. While the ride dynamics are not quite a match for the long-standing sport sedan king, the rest of the package should leave BMW’s designers and engineers quaking in their boots.
The Toyota Tacoma may be a little long in the tooth, but it is a serious off roader that doesn’t punish occupants when the going gets smooth.