With an ever-increasing interest in lower fuel consumption and a need to fill the gap which once was SUV’s, it seems that crossovers are the next big thing. With fuel ratings similar or sometimes better than cars, crossovers really seem to be taking off. With more and more models each year, and more
It just seems like Europe has a thing for soft road wagons. Like Audi, Saab is now jumping into the off-road wagon field with its new 2010 9-3x. This may be a small segment in North America, but in Europe where petrol costs a lot more, it seems that everyone is not getting into off road wagons, instead of SUV’s or CUV’s.
Now our next car really paved the way for the CUV of today. With its high ground clearance and excess of interior room, the 2010 Audi All road really is pinnacle CUV. Aside from the fact that all this car is, is an A6 with plastic guards and more ground clearance, the All road really is a CUV. If you consider the basics to being a CUV, this car has it all. The only
With the rise of gas prices and the demise of the mini-van, someone had to pick up the market share. Lucky for us the segment which wins in this category is one which has some of the best and worst designed cars. Of course, when I saw worst designed, I do mean worst designed cars ever made, and both
It seems that when Subaru was under GM’s rule that it had a better chance of keeping its sport image. Now that it is under Toyota rule, the designs seemed to have gotten a bit more conservative and odder. Nothing bad about Toyota, just that it seems that since
Who ever thought that a Focus wagon could go off road, and still retain its car image? Well, if you take the underpinning of an Audi All road and add it too a Focus then you can. But we all know that the All road is the better looking of the bunch. But if the Focus could win on something it could win for all of the body cladding. I never thought