America’s aspirational SUV has received its overdue makeover. The all-new 2021 Cadillac Escalade is taking bold in a smarter direction with dramatic increases in both passenger and cargo space capitalizing on its longer wheelbase and new independent rear suspension. With people’s knees no longer in their faces, 3rd row legroom has increased a whopping 10+”. Regular and extended length models are still offered. Pricing has yet to be announced but the Escalade’s on-sale date will be later this year. https://testdrivenow.com/2021-cadillac-escalade-first-look/
Now that they’re both finally here, will you choose the Hyundai Palisade or its equally fresh corporate cousin the all-new 2020 Kia Telluride? The Telluride is the largest Kia ever with seating for up to 8. It’s off to a stellar sales start and is deserving of your attention.
It’s Super Bowl week in Miami so a GMC just wasn’t going to cut it this time around. And is there a more fitting accessory for this vivacious party scene than 007’s whip? I think not. Excluding their limited production hypercars, this is the most expensive, most powerful, fastest Aston Martin the British automaker currently sells. Passing the torch as Aston’s finest grand touring car from the Vanquish S, the DBS nameplate was revived for this all-new model in 2018 along with the super lightweight moniker. And then last year the convertible Volante was added. This is the most expensive, most powerful, fastest Aston Martin the British automaker currently sells. Priced from over $330,000 and offered with numerous customization options, this DBS is ultra-exclusive. I do like how you can fire ‘er up in a quieter mode by holding down the start button otherwise the neighbors would hate you. https://testdrivenow.com/2020-aston-martin-dbs-superleggera-volante/
Before the Cadillac Escalade seized the crown as America’s most aspirational SUV, there was the Lincoln Navigator. And this next generation model has been positioned to be the most formidable competitor yet. Impressive in size and stature, this is what it’s like to ride large and in charge. This Lincoln has the solid resume of a big bucks luxury SUV – it’s a joy for long travel. MSRP as-tested: $92,020. https://testdrivenow.com/2020-lincoln-navigator-reserve/
With a gallon of regular averaging a relatively cheap $2.57, crossovers and SUVs now comprise more than 50% of new vehicle purchases while pickup trucks have taken nearly 20% of the market for the first time in 15 years. But that doesn’t mean their buyers are eager to part with their hard-earned money. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, these are the least efficient for the 2020 model year…
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