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The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is nothing short of ground breaking. It’s got all of the things expected of a top-shelf, modern minivan with oodles of interior comfort, plenty of seating space, easy-access through sliding doors, and more. It’s also got a plug-in hybrid powertrain that achieves 84 mpg. It’s hard to ignore that. Read more…
The Fiat 500X was introduced last year as the first four-door crossover in the Fiat lineup for North America. Its exterior look is much like the tiny 500, but its underpinnings are co-designed with Jeep. For 2017, the 500X sees little change from last year. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
We drove both the standard Rogue and the Rogue Hybrid for the 2017 model year and were impressed at the extra efficiency and drive dynamics that ,200 in price difference brings to the Hybrid model. This is possibly the best Rogue yet. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
The Kia Soul Turbo is the common name for the Kia Soul ! trim (also called the Exclaim) and it’s new for this year. Kia basically took the well-made little crossover-ish hatchback and added what everybody wanted to see: turbocharging to boost the car’s little inline-four-cylinder over 200 horsepower. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
The fourth year of the BMW i3 electric gives the car a few upgrades to go with its already well-recognized style. The carbon fiber design and electric drivetrain have been upgraded with a longer-range battery pack. The i3 remains a solid bang-for-the-buck EV. Read about it at FutureCars.com.
We normally think of pickup trucks as being large, robust, body-on-frame vehicles where fuel economy and daily use are secondary. With the Honda Ridgeline, the opposite is true. With innovative features and a handy design, the Ridgeline is often much more useful than a typical small pickup truck might be. Read about it at FutureCars.com.
The 2017 Mazda CX-9 is a three-row crossover whose primary points of appeal are family-friendly ergonomics, a great look inside and out, and a fun drive dynamic. The CX-9 competes in a busy arena of crossovers and manages to stand out for its Mazda-infused qualities. Read the review at FutureCars.com.