As a whole, Genesis has been knocking it out of the park as a new luxury marque. The all-new and electric GV60 is no different, offering a wealth of luxury and comfort for a reasonable price. Read more at CarTalk.
The Ford F-150 Lightning entered the market in 2022 as the first mass-produced, all-electric truck for the 21st century. It’s a true truck, not a futuristic-looking toy, and is made to actually do truck things. Well, mostly. Read the review on CarTalk.
The gasoline-fed Highlander is a strong and confident three-row family hauler. Toyota’s reputation does the rest to make this a solid choice for consumers. See this review at CarTalk.
Introduced this year, the Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 is a new battery electric model based loosely on the popular compact GLB model. The EQB seats up to seven and has an EPA-rated range of 243 miles per charge. Read the rest at Car Talk.
The RAV4 Prime is the plug-in hybrid (PHEV) version of Toyota’s most popular crossover. It boasts 42 miles of all-electric range complemented by a gasoline engine and better drive dynamics than its standard gasoline sibling. Read the review at CarTalk.
The idea of getting where you want to go, even if that doesn’t involve roads, is a hot trend right now. The Ford Bronco is a machine that both evokes nostalgia and actually delivers on off-road capabilities. Read the review at Car Talk.
Toyota completely redesigned the Tundra for the 2022 model year and it remains largely unchanged for 2023. Though it’s a completely rethought truck, the Tundra retains its unique Toyota quality as a basic option for everyday use. Read the review at CarTalk.com.