You might be thinking about hitting the road with an SUV or truck and pulling a trailer. Here's what to consider when seeking the right towing vehicle.
Tiger Woods was speeding when he crashed an SUV in California less than two months ago, leaving the golf superstar seriously injured, authorities said.
The gold Toyota SUV landed on its roof in the tidal pools at Bodega Head, a popular sightseeing destination.
The Volkswagen Atlas has the lowest starting price of any midsize three-row SUV. On top of that, it currently maintains a strong fourth place in Edmunds’ rankings thanks to its spacious interior, comfortable demeanor and quiet ride. Power and fuel economy with either available engine leave something to be desired, but overall the Atlas is good enough to overcome those flaws.
When you get to large truck-like SUVs, there is a lot of similarity. Each is spacious, powerful and capable of towing a lot of weight. But the Ford Expedition stands out, not only because it has the lowest starting price in the group but because it offers a great assortment of standard equipment. Included in every Expedition are 18-inch wheels, fog lights, push-button start and a Wi-Fi hotspot. You also get the Co-Pilot360 suite of safety features — one of our favorites.
The Hyundai Tucson compact SUV includes an impressive amount of standard equipment in its base versions that competitors simply can’t match. For instance, the starter Tucson SE comes with 17-inch wheels, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a six-speaker audio system and several helpful safety aids.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said traffic officials have executed a search warrant to retrieve a data recorder from Tiger Woods…
The Border Patrol says 13 people killed in a Southern California crash were among 44 people who entered the U.S. through a hole cut into the border fence with Mexico.
Tiger Woods was seriously injured Tuesday when his SUV rolled over and ended up on its side. The golf superstar had to be extricated, and his agent said he was undergoing leg surgery.
Every new year ushers in a new batch of cars, trucks and SUVs. For 2021, it’ll be trucks and SUVs dominating the news. Here are five expected to make a splash.
Although its name is vaguely SUV-like, this is a station wagon, albeit with outdoors aspirations. A turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six and a 48-volt hybrid system supplants last year’s twin-turbo V-6. Returning 24 mpg, it has a refined, spirited and fun driving demeanor.
The new Bronco has been one of the most hotly anticipated new vehicles since rumors emerged that Ford was developing it. Returning after a 20-plus year absence, the new Bronco’s retro-influenced styling gives it a cool factor that’s hard to replicate. Modern amenities make it far more livable day to day than the iconic-but-basic classic Bronco.
2020 was tough on many industries, but the auto industry actually saw some bright spots. Here's a look at some of the biggest trends.
These cars, trucks and SUVs rank at the top of their class for 2021.
Crossover SUVs, often just large hatchback cars with raised suspension, have been wildly popular for years. Auto showrooms are overrun with them. But in 2020, the auto industry seemed to rediscover SUVs and trucks that were built more for rocky trails than paved parking lots.
If you need a vehicle that can handle wintry weather, there’s no reason to restrict your search to SUVs. Here are five favorites from experts.
You might think an SUV is the only way to get all-wheel drive and lots of family-duty versatility. But Toyota has offered all-wheel drive on its Sienna minivan for more than a decade now. That’s also true for the redesigned 2021 Sienna. Notably, the Sienna is now exclusively a hybrid. Its four-cylinder hybrid powertrain isn’t overly powerful — it has 245 horsepower — but it does provide an attractive EPA-estimated 35-36 mpg in combined city/highway driving.
The 6,000-pound vehicle appears to make light work of the dunes, kicking up the sand in spectacular fashion as the highly able driver executes…