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Kia scores big with the 2018 Stinger

Sporty, performance-laden Kia Stinger Roseville, CA- The latest addition to the Kia lineup resembles nothing that the South Korean auto manufacturer has ever produced in...

Ford Crossover SUV has definite ‘Edge’

2011 Ford Edge Review:Don't bother joining the party if you're coming in weak. That should be the message for all automakers that are producing crossover sport utility vehicles.

Kia Sorento an affordable, versatile crossover SUV

Like many offerings in the Kia lineup, the Sorento has distanced itself from its modest beginnings when the Korean automaker produced mainly affordable cars that

Volkswagen Tiguan provides performance, but fuel economy an issue

A momentum swing has taken place with the Volkswagen Tiguan, which experienced lukewarm sales during its U.S. debut in 2009. Although sales are not yet off the charts for this compact crossover sport utility vehicle

Mazda CX-5 a Standout in Compact SUV Class

Now in its third year, the 2015 Mazda CX-5 has clearly established itself as a strong entity in a crowded field of very competent five-passenger, crossover sport utility vehicles.

Mitsubishi Outlander an affordable SUV

Roseville, CA- The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander, a sport utility vehicle with three rows of seating, can be driven off the dealer lot for a reasonable price.

2017 Hyundai Elantra resembles midsize sedan

Roseville, CA- No excuses required if you fail to recognize the 2017 Hyundai Elantra. A redesign took away the vehicle's somewhat bold curves and

Lexus RX 350 Not Just for Women

It's not difficult to understand why the Lexus RX has been popular for so long. It's always possessed a very stylish, classy exterior look that particularly appeals to women.

GMC Acadia a family-friendly SUV

The folks at GM have a winning combination with the Acadia, a full-size crossover that features three rows and seats eight passengers.

Mazda3: Still Ranks Among Best Compact Cars

A test drive in the Mazda3 might convince folks who don't care for compact vehicles to reconsider.