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Jeep’s stalwart Grand Cherokee is one of the best all-rounders you can buy today.
A standout in the class, the 2019 BMW X1 is fun to drive, can haul a good amount of gear and is relatively easy on the wallet.
Handsome and well-equipped, the XT4 nonetheless fails to grab our attention.
Lexus’ largest SUV is really showing its age. It’s pleasant enough to drive with for a week, but for buyers, you’re better off spending your $90,000 somewhere else.
The year 2019 will mark the entry of many new players into the luxury electric car space. With Tesla paving the way and Jaguar impressing us last year, now it's Audi's turn to strut its stuff.
If off-road adventures are your thing, the Jeep Cherokee is the compact SUV to get.
The 2019 GMC Yukon is a fine performer, but others in the class offer more features for a similar price.
From its engine to its suspension to all its in-car driver aids, the GLE-Class is overflowing with tech -- and it all makes this luxury SUV even better.
Plug-in hybrid power makes the Crosstrek more compelling than ever.
The Nissan Kicks is a good combination of utility and efficiency, wrapped in a funky little package.
The Mazda CX-3 offers less utility, but a lot more driving fun, than just about anything else in the class.
A robust V8 gives Bentley's SUV some newfound athleticism without any sacrifices in luxury and refinement. It's absolutely the Bentayga to have.
The 2019 Honda HR-V remains one of the best in its segment, but the competition is rising fast.
The 2019 Honda Pilot is one of the best three-row crossovers in the business gets even better.
Though not our first pick in the segment, the X4 deserves high marks among compact luxury crossovers.
The Volvo XC60 is a top contender in its class, handily catering to the wants and needs of compact luxury SUV shoppers. Just go easy on the options.
Loaded for bear with every feature in Ford's arsenal, the 2019 Ford Expedition Max Platinum is so well-appointed that it could be considered a low-cost alternative to luxury heavy-hitters like the Navigator or Escalade.
Hyundai proves that fuel-cell cars are ready for prime-time -- as soon as there's somewhere for people to actually fill them up.