2019 Lincoln Nautilus Black Label Review By Auto Critic Steve Hammes. Lincoln executives realize that alphabet soup can be really confusing to their customers so they’re reinstating real names to their vehicles like Continental and now Nautilus. This is the successor to the MKX; a luxury, midsize SUV with a new turbocharged engine range. MSRP as-tested: $65,560 https://testdrivenow.com/2019-lincoln-nautilus-black-label-review/
The Ranger has made its triumphant return to America, ready to duke it out in the suddenly hot midsize truck segment. Now, not everyone who wants a truck needs F-150-size and capability and the Ranger takes up that slack and does so brilliantly.
MSRP as-tested: $45,000 https://testdrivenow.com/2019-ford-ranger-review/ 2019 Ford Ranger Review By Auto Critic Steve Hammes
When the Defender’s 67-year production run ended in 2016, it had already been nearly 2 decades since one could be found in a U.S. Land Rover dealership. The 1997 Defender 90 with its 4.0-liter V8, 4-speed auto and 13mpg was a British-born Jeep rival. But since, Land Rover’s SUV lineup has trended more towards afternoon tea and less to morning fox hunts. The Defender’s much anticipated return is about ready to recapture some of the original’s raw ruggedness with modern day accoutrements. Going on sale next Spring, the 2020 Defender 110 will sticker from near $50,000 slotting it pricewise above the entry-level Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque.
With a handcrafted 603 hp and variable-torque AMG Performance 4MATIC+, the E 63 S Sedan is one of the quickest Mercedes-AMG models yet. It’s also one of the most rewarding and luxurious sedans ever to take track tech to the road. https://testdrivenow.com/2019-mercedes-benz-amg-e63s-sedan/
Scion bid us sayonara in 2016 but some of their models can still be purchased under the Toyota brand including the beloved little FR-S, an affordable rear-drive sports car now called the 86.
MSRP as-tested: $31,904