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The Toyota Safety System P is standard equipment. The system provides an array of driver assist...
Trim grades include the XLE and XLE Premium (shown). A 13.2-gallon fuel tank feeds a 2.0L four-cylinder engine that makes 144 hp.
Cargo volume of 19 cubic feet grows to 36.4 cubic feet with the second row of seats folded down. A leather-trimmed steering wheel offers controls for phone, voice, dynamic cruise control and...

Toyota's 2018 C-HR

Toyota's 2018 C-HR subcompact SUV enters a growing segment of small-car-platform crossovers. The C-HR (Coupe High-Rider) arrives with a quirky name with two trim grades and a starting price of $23,460. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Subaru offers the 2018 Crosstrek in three models, including the base 2.oi, 2.0i Premium, and...
The Crosstrek shares length and width dimensions with the Impreza and adds a more SUV-like body.
Subaru first showed the second-generation Crosstrek at the Geneva auto show in March.

Subaru's 2018 Crosstrek

Subaru's 2018 Crosstrek enters its second generation as an Impreza-based crossover that rides on a new global platform that improves fuel efficiency and driving dynamics, as well as lowering noise, vibration and harshness. Read more here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

The RAV4 is 104.7 inches in length.
Toyota's Safety Sense Package includes features such as adaptive cruise control, automatic high...
The RAV4 offers 38.4 cu-ft. of trunk space, and 73.4 cu-ft. with the seats down.

Toyota's RAV4

Toyota's RAV4 was the first compact SUV in the U.S. market when it arrived in the early 1990s. For 2017, the RAV4 adds the Toyota Safety Sense package on all trim levels. It runs on a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine that's paired to 6-speed transmission. The roomy compact SUV offers 38.4 cu-ft. of trunk space, and 73.4 cu-ft. with the seats down. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc

Audi's two-row Q7 offers two engines. Both pair with an 8-speed automatic and all-wheel drive.
Air suspension is optional.
The Q7 is 199.6 inches in length.

Audi's Q7 3.0T

Audi's Q7 offers a new 2.0L four-cylinder base model in 2017 to go with its carryover 3.0T model that's powered by a 3.0L supercharged V-6 (333 hp). This three-row luxury mid-size SUV offers standard all-wheel drive and plenty of car tech. Photos by Vince Taroc.

The 2018 Traverse adds two trim grades, including RS and High Country.
The standard powertrain is a new 3.6L V-6 paired with a 9-speed transmission.
Like its predecessor, the 2018 Traverse can carry eight passengers, including the driver.

Chevrolet's 2018 Traverse

The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse three-row mid-size SUV enters its second generation 351 pounds lighter with new powertrains, including a 9-speed transmission, and available safety features. Read our driving impressions here. Photos courtesy of Chevrolet.

The PHEV version of Chrysler's new minivan looks sleek and a bit futuristic.
At 203.8 feet in length, it's about an inch longer than the Town and Country.
The base model retails for $44,995, while our test van would sell for $47,885.

Chrysler's 2017 Pacifica PHEV

The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid provides about 30 miles of electric driving and 530 in overall range as the only plug-in hybrid minivan now on the market. It replaces the Chrysler Town and Country. Read more here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

The 2018 Q5 Quattro is 183.6 inches in length.
Audi is offering the Q5 in three trim grades, including Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige.
The vehicle now offers LED headlights.

Audi's 2018 Q5 Quattro

The 2018 Q5 enters its second generation with a look and feel that's reminiscent of its first generation. The new luxury SUV arrives with a more powerful engine, additional cargo space, and a design facelift. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

1948 F-1 pickup
1918 Model TT one-ton stake bed
1935 Greyhound pickup

Ford Trucks Through the Years

Ford is celebrating 100 years of trucks on July 26, 2017. The date marks the centennial of the first Ford truck, the Model TT, offered to the public. Read more here. Photos courtesy of Ford.