Toyota has bestowed the RAV4 with plenty of legroom, even for rear seat passengers. The RAV4 also has strong reliability, a smooth ride, and is quite fuel efficient. If you seek even more fuel economy, the RAV4 is available as a hy
Nissan’s compact SUV, the Rogue, pushes the definition of its classification, with one of the largest cargo areas in the class. It is also the only compact crossover/SUV to offer three rows of available seating, and is one of the only options to offer an available hybrid drivetrain.
Jeep’s versatile Cherokee is one of the most capable entrants in the compact SUV market. You can get it as rugged as the go-anywhere Trailhawk, or as comfortable and luxurious as the Overland trim. The Cherokee provides a comfortable ride and easy-to-use Uconnect infotainment.
Ford’s sporty Escape has been updated for 2017, with a more aggressive front end. It has a taught ride, responsive steering, and a choice of energetic engines. It also has the latest version of Ford’s SYNC 3 infotainment system, capping off a bevy of high-tech features.
Not all trucks are created equal. Some trucks are better for towing, hauling and the worksite, and some are better for commuting, or weekend warrior duties. We’ll help you pick the right one for the job.
The Toyota Tundra features a roomy cabin, standard V8 power, and easy-to-use infotainment. With the available off-road features, it is the ultimate weekend warrior pickup truck.
The Nissan Titan is a capable pickup truck and a comfortable commuter. It features standard V8 power, an available diesel V8, and a seriously quiet, luxurious cabin. It also has useful features like a pop-out tailgate step.
Ram’s light-duty 1500 pickup is provides a spacious cabin, a comfortable ride, and some of the best infotainment on the market, in the form of Uconnect. But it is also a capable work truck, featuring available diesel power, and the innovative Ram Box.
The GMC Sierra is closely related to the Chevrolet Silverado. But as pickup trucks go, the Sierra brings bold styling, best-in-class towing, and the luxurious Denali model to the table.
The Silverado is something of a throwback, with iconic, squared off looks. But the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 backs it up with best-in-class towing, the tech-savvy MyLink infotainment system, and helpful features like the rear Cornerstep.
Ford’s F-150 pickup uses aluminum body panels to keep weight down. That results in a truck that is fuel efficient and nimble. It also has some of the latest infotainment, in the form of Ford SYNC 3.
Other minivans have more cargo room, but the Quest focuses on comfort for all 7 passengers. Its a minivan suited for adults — more apt to appreciate the leather interior than to smush candy into the cup holders.
Chrysler’s all-new Pacifica takes the American automaker from worst to first in the minivan segment. In addition to its flowing lines, the Pacifica features impressive Stow & Go seating and top-notch infotainment technology.
Though less well known than other rivals, the Sedona is a standout minivan. It has muscular styling, a well-equipped interior, and most importantly, it is the most affordable minivan option.
As the latest iteration of the minivan from Honda, the Odyssey delivers comfortable seating for up to 8 passengers and the latest tech and safety gear.
Finding the best minivan is hard work, and every family has different needs. From safety ratings to cupholders, we compare the Odyssey, Sienna, Pacifica, Sedona and Quest.
The Sienna sets itself apart with the most cargo space in the minivan market, as well as some crucial safety technologies such as forward collision avoidance.