2023 Mercedes-Benz GLC, EQE SUV top new car news of the week
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.
2023 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Preview
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. .
Ford Ranger vs. Toyota Tacoma: Truck Comparison
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.
Dodge Durango recalled with removable rear spoiler
Stellantis recalls 139,019 new Durango SUVs for rear spoilers that can be scraped off the roof and eventually removed.
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