This week, Mercedes-Benz announced pricing for its redesigned compact crossover and new electric midsize crossover SUV. Both will be arriving in dealerships soon, giving shoppers the choice of either the affordable Turbo 4 or the tech-electric value onboard. It’s the epitome of an era for luxury car shoppers.
We also review the BMW iX electric crossover SUV and the brand’s flagship three-row SUV. The bright red mid-duty truck segment remains in our scope as we pit two classics against each other before an impending redesign.
This is what got us going this week.
A sleek new shape and Turbo 4 drivetrain power the new Benz midsize crossover, which launches in early 2023 with a starting price of $48,250.
Mercedes’ second electric sports utility vehicle brings fast charging and a 677 hp AMG Edition. Prices for the single-motor and dual-motor models are the same, starting at $79,050.
If you’re happy with, or in love with, the electric crossover SUV’s distinctive exterior, it might be a much higher rated car for you, but we give it a TCC rating of 7.4 out of 10. .
The Ranger and Tacoma both offer good-sized proportions and off-road capabilities, but which one is best?
BMW’s largest vehicle, the luxury flagship of the three-row SUV, features more comfort and a simplified line-up for 2023. 7.4 out of 10.
Straddling the divide between SUV and station wagon, the 2024 Subaru Outback scored a 6.7 out of 10 TCC rating, making it a solid value-for-money option with ample standard safety features.
Stellantis recalls 139,019 new Durango SUVs for rear spoilers that can be scraped off the roof and eventually removed.
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