Greetings, Roadshow readers. We're here to take you on a look back on the week that was, in another episode of Roadshow's week in review. We drove some great cars and covered some big news, so read on below for all the good stuff that happened in the week ending Dec. 12.
Reviews Editor Andrew Krok slid behind the wheel of the 2021 Tahoe with the brand's new 3.0-liter inline-six Duramax diesel engine. Krok found the Tahoe's diesel engine is seriously impressive in the big SUV.
Managing Editor Steve Ewing drove something a little different this week: the Honda Civiv Type R TC. It's a Touring Car meant to tear up the track, but not as aggressively as the TCR version that also exists. It's not something everyone will buy, but Ewing believes it made going fast pretty easy.
Krok also drove the 2021 Mercedes-Benz E450 and believes it cements itself at the top of its class.
- : Acura's new flagship bowed this week, and yes, it's getting a .
- : Nissan gave its big, hulking SUV a refresh inside and out.
- : Revealed alongside the Armada, the much smaller Kicks boasts some much better style.
- : The Tesla CEO said goodbye to Cali and hello to Texas.
- : The Denali trim will pack GM's Level 2 highway-driving assistant, marking the first car outside of a Cadillac to receive the system.
- : Polaris dropped updates into its funky Slingshot and it also happens to cost less, too.
2022 Acura MDX first look
Reviews Editor Emme Hall goes over the new MDX, which looks really great, especially inside. Watch her video above.