Drive the redesigned 2023 Lexus RX Crossover SUV in all four configurations, including plug-in hybrid. But before you call it luxury value, wait for the pricing: Chevy has confirmed his $30,000 Equinox electric crossover next year, but only the base model with a small battery pack will cost that price. Become.
The industry is ramping up its 2023 product line-up this month ahead of next week’s Detroit Auto Show and as dealers spend Labor Day weekend clearing out lots.
Here’s what we covered and compared this week:
Lexus looks to an electric future by reinventing its best-selling midsize SUV. Four powertrains including three hybrids, a spacious interior and excellent standard equipment contribute to a TCC rating of 6.8 out of 10.
Chevy’s new compact crossover EV shares some Blazer batteries and the Equinox name, but it’s all new.
Both the Tiguan and the RAV4 are aimed at family SUV targets, but which one is right for you?
The five-passenger crossover SUV is somewhat easy to drive and has excellent standard features, making it the most attractive of Buick’s remaining three vehicles. It lacks the efficient powertrain options of its competitors, which limits its TCC rating to 7.0 out of 10 for him.
GM’s full-size SUVs share nearly everything, except for the overall TCC rating. Which SUV should you buy?
The 2023 Alfa Romeo Giulia is dazzling, delightful and frustrating at the same time, earning a TCC rating of 6.4 out of 10.
The Toyota Tacoma and 4Runner are among the best escape vehicles. Both are durable and sturdy, but which one is better?
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