This summer was an incredible year for fans of the large, luxury SUV. Cheap gas and a long list of choices for luxurious people haulers made for some awesome testing here at TFL. We were all excited to hear that Jeep is bringing back the Grand Wagoneer, but now it
Lincoln is taking to the high seas in naming its MKC replacement the Corsair.
According to a recent Automotive News report, Lincoln Motor Company is poised to rename its smallest crossover in a 2020 redesign. The MKC, as its currently known, will don the name 'Corsair' instead. Used to describe fast, nimble
The Mercedes-Benz EQC takes on the Spanish desert to test the durability of its battery pack under extreme heat.
We've known about the impending Mercedes-Benz EQC for awhile now, but it seems the car is nearly ready for production. Normally, we have to speculate with spy photos, as they're published beyond
They're practical on their own, but when you run out of space, which one is the best midsize SUV for towing?
TFLcar viewer Jedironin380 recently reached out to us with a great SUV question:
"I currently have an older Dodge pickup truck and a Subaru Crosstrek. I'm strongly considering going back to
How do you design an electric crossover?
Jaguar has long held a reputation for designing some of the best looking cars in the business. That's especially been true under the watchful eye of Design Director Ian Callum, who joined Jaguar Cars in 1999. Prior to his current position, he'd served as
Polestar is a significant name to the Volvo brand. But many people may not know what it is, and what they do to Volvos. Polestar was a Swedish racing team, then named Flash Engineering, that got started in the 1990's racing Volvo 850's in the Swedish Touring Car Championship (STCC).
The Hyundai Kona is a small, funky crossover that's great for the urban beat, but can you take it off-road?
Let's face it - most small crossovers don't have an off-roading bone in their bodies. While most subcompact crossovers, apart from the Toyota C-HR, offer all-wheel drive, it's only meant for
The BMW X4 crossover/coupe was born back in 2014 as a 2015 model. Just four short years later, it is being completely redesigned for 2019. It may have a familiar four-door sleek roof shape, but most of the car is changed. What is the new X4 all about? Spoiler alert: