Another week down, another week in review, Roadshow readers. This week, we have a handful of big debuts from Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz and Kia. We also finally got a decision from the USPS on new mail trucks.
Scroll below to read the best of what happened the week ending Feb. 27
Reviews Editor Emme Hall took the 2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line for a spin and found it to be a seriously sharp sedan.
We waved goodbye to our long-term 2020 Subaru Outback after 12 months of testing. We found it to be a super-lovable, do-it-all wagon we'd happily recommend.
Reviews Editor Andrew Krok had some time with the 2021 Buick Envision and it's a seriously better SUV these days.
- : This is Hyundai's first purpose-built EV and it looks really darn good.
- : The latest luxury sedan from Mercedes is here and it's a much smarter thing.
- : The United States Postal Service finally selected a new mail carrier and production will start in 2023. But they don't exactly .
- : The 2022 Kia Carnival replaces the Sedona and it should remind everyone minivans are still very good vehicles.
- : Tesla's CEO explained this week why the Model Y Standard Range went missing from the company's configurator.
- : The German company's upcoming synthetic gasoline will be just as clean as an electric car, an exec said.
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