New Car Previews
Here you’ll find the latest information on new cars, trucks, and SUVs. These will soon be hitting dealer lots either as brand-new models, or as redesigns of existing models.
For models that have been redesigned, you can often get a great deal on an older, used version. Older versions usually see a big price drop when a newer version comes along. Carfax Used Car Listings are a great resource; every listing comes with a free Carfax Vehicle History Report.
The 2022 Pathfinder places an emphasis on passenger comfort, safety features, and cargo space. Its bold, modern new exterior helps it stand out in a crowded segment.
After a wait of 16 years, the Nissan Frontier has gotten a much-needed makeover that adds more capability, more safety features, and a vastly updated cabin.
The 2022 Acura MDX has grown in every dimension, including its base price. Acura’s 3-row luxury SUV now offers more rear legroom and additional cargo space.
The Genesis GV70 aims at the sweet spot of the luxury SUV field. As car shoppers flock to SUVs, they want equal parts comfort, space, tech, and performance.
While the basic blueprint remains unchanged, the 2021 Nissan Kicks is getting more of the things buyers want in a small, inexpensive, but tech-savvy SUV.
The 2022 Infiniti QX55 is proof that sporty styling matters, even in the premium SUV market where ride height, available AWD, and cargo space are top priorities.
The 2022 Volkswagen Taos will be VW’s smallest and cheapest SUV. It targets shoppers who want comfort and tech over ruggedness and off-road capability.
The 2021 Jaguar XF arrives with a refreshed exterior, a new infotainment system, and a large, curved touchscreen. However, the supercharged V6 is gone.
The value-conscious Hyundai Tucson will transform into a sleek and stylish SUV for 2022, with more power and available hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions.
Mercedes-Benz has rolled out its redesigned 2021 S-Class, and the full-size luxury sedan brims with power, comfort features, and cutting-edge technology.
Nissan’s all-new electric SUV will arrive next year with up to 300 miles of range and a starting price around $40,000. It will compete with Tesla’s Model Y.
The Ford Bronco Sport shares a name with its burly brother, the brand-new 2021 Bronco. The smaller sibling, built on the Escape platform, is less expensive and better fit for on-road excursions.
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