The Dodge Journey is one of the oldest mid-size SUVs on the market. It debuted in 2008 as a 2009 model year, and since then it hasn’t received a significant redesign. There was a mild refresh in 2011, but that was mostly an aesthetics upgrade.
The Jeep Cherokee is a five-passenger mid-size SUV, and it is back new and improved for 2017. It still has the signature grille and sleek modern design that Jeep is known for, but it comes with plenty of innovative features that will appeal to families just as much as outdoor enthusiasts.
For all you zoom-zoom fanatics out there, Mazda has released its new 2017 CX-5 at a base MSRP of $24,045. While it’s not leading the mid-size SUV pack, it does hold its own, with an updated electronics and infotainment system, driving assist features, and luxury trim options. The 24 city/31 highway EPA-estimated fuel rating isn’t anything to dismiss either.
A lot has changed in the world since the Soul’s toe-tapping launch, but seven years later, the 2017 Kia Soul has stood the test of time, still whimsically reminding us that too much serious stuff is a drag, and that a good party can last for years.
Since its inception in 1995 as a trim level for the iconic Subaru Legacy Wagon, the Subaru Outback – now a distinct model – has defied categorization. Neither a typical SUV nor what we normally see as a crossover, the high-riding all-wheel drive wagon brings together utility, creature comforts, and the ability to go places other wagons and crossovers dare not tread.
The crossover SUV is the best thing that has happened to automakers for a long time. The industry is struggling, and brands are dying off, but one vehicle segment lives on: the crossover.