After Consumer Reports ran 17 tests and factored in safety ratings and consumer feedback, it had the most reliable cars and SUVs. Here are the top 10.
The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan targets American consumers with a very direct appeal: more space. Here’s a look at the new and improved model.
The Audi Q8 concept is a new type of SUV. Here’s how far Audi took its new SUV — and how far it might come back by the time it heads to production.
The three-row Traverse might be the roomiest and most connected SUV on the market when it goes on sale next fall. Here’s how Chevrolet pulled it off.
As it finalizes details for a new SUV lineup, Volkswagen’s new Golf SportWagen Alltrack is a go-anywhere wagon that can take on the Subaru Forester.
In November, it looked like Ford was working on an all-new Bronco. Now, it looks like it will bring 3 other new SUVs along with it.
After 13 years of languishing on a dated platform, the Nissan Armada has a new lease on life.
After striking out with its last full-size SUV, Kia may have just unveiled the best-looking SUV of the year. Too bad it’s only a concept.
After the Borrego failed to take off in 2009, Kia’s giving the SUV market another shot.
Not to be outdone, Land Rover is gunning for the new — and very expensive — Bentley Bentayga with a $300,000 super-luxury SUV.
Following years of delays, Tesla’s first SUV — and the world’s first mass-market electric utility — made it’s first public appearance.
Rumors from Europe suggest that Ford might be giving it’s Escape crossover the ST treatment — a first for its SUVs.
Here are 6 plug-in utility vehicles — 5 hybrids and one pure EV — debuting in America in late 2015 and early 2016.
Cadillac laid out its hand for the crossover SUV segment with the SRX-replacing XT5.
These 5 utility vehicles will be making their big debut under the lights of one of the world’s largest auto shows.
It won’t quite be the Rambo Lambo of the late ’80s, but it will be what you’d expect from a four-door Lamborghini.
While sales of sedans are still struggling, Acura is having some major success with its crossover SUVs. Can SUV sales revive the brand?
Lotus is known for its sports cars, but as sales suffer, could an SUV be the sales success that saves the brand?
The promise of wide margins and new customers is luring ultra-luxury companies into the SUV game, and we reckon it’s a perfect fit for Rolls-Royce.
There are some exciting new options for family-oriented cars coming for the 2015 model year. Here are a few examples.
Few vehicles provide the unique combination of luxury and performance as SUVs. Here are the world’s most expensive models.
Automotive sales figures from the month of October are coming in, and it looks like there was growth for some brands, disappointment for others.
In place of the aging LR2 compact SUV, Land Rover has officially unveiled the Discovery Sport, slated for early next year.
Tesla has idled its Fremont plant as it gears up to begin producing its second mass-market vehicle.
Volkswagen has, after months of speculation, confirmed that a new three-row SUV will be built at its Chattanooga, TN plant starting in 2016.
Minivans might have a stodgy reputation, but for automakers, they’re a profit-making powerhouse.
Volkswagen is hoping that a new SUV will help win back consumers in America, where its core brand has seen its share of struggles.
Consumers love SUVs but also want good miles per gallon ratings. Here are the top 11 crossovers and SUVs for achieving high fuel economy in 2014.
Here’s everything you need to know about Chrysler’s five-year blueprint, by brand.
These six cars and SUVs are making a splash at the Beijing Auto Show.
Here are ten wicked new or redesigned rides from the class of 2015.
Here are 10 cars with the greatest probability of costing less than $10,000.
For those who need to tow things, but are still concerned about their 0-60 time.
Chrysler Group has joined the league of large recalls with an 870,000-vehicle effort to fix the brake boosters in select SUVs.