The hero of the Tucson lineup builds on the already excellent conventional hybrid version, while government incentives make it a bargain.
Starting at just over $31,000 for a base model, the BRZ is a heck of a performance bargain for the money. It’s also a featherweight in an age of automotive obesity, and the combo of its short wheelbase, minimal mass, and lightning-quick steering gives the BRZ a frisky character that’s unlike almost any other new car produced these days.
Toyota’s segment-leading RAV4 faces fresh competition from the all-new Mazda CX-50 – an adventure-first five-seater that leans a little towards the luxurious end of the spectrum.
Power over efficiency
The right kind of new
Buick’s 3-row is a classic crossover
Still competitive in a sea of crossovers
Less is more
Electric VW is a value leader
A new Frontier takes on a segment veteran
Toyota amps up its electrification
VW’s small SUV grows into its looks
A true Tesla alternative
Opposing takes on midsize luxury
The six-speed switcheroo