U.S. News and World Report has announced its choices for best family vehicles of 2020. Here’s the rundown of the list and our thoughts on the winners and their chief rivals in each category. Some of the categories appear to be shoe-ins and others maybe not so much.
See the U.S. News rankings here: https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/best-cars-for-families
This interior walkthrough is in the 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 in its passenger van setup. With seating for 12, a high roof that allows someone over six feet tall to stand up inside, and cargo space for days, the Sprinter is a big van with a great setup. Check it out.
Experts from Toyota were on hand at the Chicago Auto Show 2020 to answer questions from the press about the new Toyota truck lineup, where Toyota is going, and what we can expect. Good information here, presented as it was seen at the show.
In this video, I do a full review of the 2020 Equinox, Chevrolet’s small-midsized two-row crossover. This is a high seller for Chevy and there’s good reason for that. It may not be for everybody, but it’s pretty clear why the Equinox is so popular in its high-selling two-row segment.
We’ve all been there as parents, passengers, or road trip drivers. The dreaded “I don’t feel too good..” from the back seat. Car sickness is something that can be dealt with fairly easily. A little preparedness, some knowledge, and a good idea of what causes it and can be done about it are key. Here’s what you need to know, plus some pro tips to get you through it.
Aaron gets cleaned up and talks about a Lexus NX and why the F Sport model is probably worth skipping. The NX is Lexus’ aim towards small families and single parents and it hits the mark very well. Most of the time. Find out what Aaron thinks and what’s up with this luxury crossover.