Posts Tagged “family”
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.
The Chrysler Pacifica is the newest minivan on the market, introduced for this model year as an all-new model to replace Fiat-Chrysler’s best-selling vans. The Pacifica Hybrid is an option that surprises on several fronts … not the least of which is that it’s a plug-in hybrid minivan. Read the review on NewAtlas.com.
The 2017 Dodge Durango has just about everything a family needs: space, versatility and comfort. Options for muscle and towing are also there. What’s more, the Durango has managed to boost its scoring by just tweaking a couple of things that bothered us last year. It’s now a top-rated crossover. Read the review at iSeeCars.com.
Fully redesigned, the 2017 Audi Q7 is a three-row crossover that blends German road presence with American family needs. The Q7 offers a sporty drive and a large interior, but comes up short in cargo space and self-piloting promises. Read more at NewAtlas.com.
The 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLE43 offers the goodness of Mercedes’ AMG brand without the fear of license-yanking traffic tickets or potential street rod telephone pole wraps. This is a family-friendly crossover that adds a little fun punch to what would otherwise be a boring suburban daily driver. Read the review at NewAtlas.
The depreciation that comes as soon as you drive a new car off the lot can be staggering. To avoid this, many savvy shoppers buy gently used vehicles – cars and trucks that are about a year old. Often sold as dealer demos, these autos can be a very good deal for shoppers. Read more at iSeeCars.com.
Nissan has debuted a redesigned Armada full-sized sport utility vehicle at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show. With enhanced, refined looks, a new engine, and top-end safety features, the Armada takes several cues from the Infiniti line. Read about it at Gizmag.com.