The modern SUV has evolved to serve a variety of roles, both on the road and off. We've rounded up a few of our favorites.
This year's Frankfurt auto show made it clear that compact SUVs are the latest trend in the automotive industry, but coupes may also be making a comeback, with entrants from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo.
At the 2013 New York International Auto Show, new SUVs abound. Nissan, Infiniti, Subaru, and Toyota rolled out hybrid trucks, while Land Rover, Acura, Jeep, and Dodge all had new wares to unveil.
Fuel economy concerns might force the move to a smaller vehicle, but that does not mean you have to sacrifice utility.
All-wheel drive and extra cargo space make a killer combination for modern vehicles. These five crossovers work great for everyday use, ski weekends, or longer road trips.
To tell the difference between a truck-based SUV and a car-based crossover today, you need to check the technical specifications. Design is no longer a way to differentiate.
They're big, they're loud, they're hard to miss. Trucks and SUVs played a huge role at the 2011 SEMA Show. We take a look back at some of the hottest rides from the show floor.
Among the concept cars shown at the Detroit auto show, many were compact SUVs.
The two automakers will develop a shared hybrid architecture for rear-wheel-drive vehicles to broaden the use of hybrid technology for fuel economy.
CNET Car Tech finds the best SUVs for handling high speed corners.