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    First Drive: 2015 BMW X6

    Most everyone would agree that BMW offers a range of very attractive and well-proportioned coupes, sedans, crossovers and wagons. Yet there is one member of its family that has always struck us as a bit odd: the X6. Proudly coined "The world's first Sports Activity Coupe" by its German maker, ...

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    Report: VW Tiguan to get three-row version?

    The Volkswagen Tiguan is starting to get a little long in the tooth, and the German automaker is reportedly already deep in development on the second-generation model. If rumours prove true, Volkswagen may be keeping a big secret when it comes to the new compact crossover. Company insiders ...

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    Video: 2015 BMW X4 gets its small-screen debut

    It's easy to dismiss the 2015 BMW X4. On one hand, the high-style crossover seems more like a boardroom decision than a practical one. In a world with the 3 Series, 4 Series, X3, 3 Series GT and 4 Series Gran Coupe, is BMW really being inundated with requests for a baby X6? Of course, when we ...

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    Rumormill: New Jaguar crossover to be called 'XQ'?

    As part of its upcoming portfolio expansion, Jaguar will be adding two key models to its lineup in the next few years. The first is a small, 3 Series-fighting sedan tentatively called XS, and the other is said to be a new crossover, which may be dubbed XQ, as Edmunds reports. Jaguar filed a ...

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    Review: 2013 Porsche Cayenne Diesel Road Test Review

    A dynamic, sporty SUV with an unexpected difference When Porsche first introduced the Cayenne for the 2004 model year, the five-passenger midsize SUV was a bit of an unexpected departure for the marque, which until then had built sports coupes and convertibles exclusively. Nine years later ...

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    Review: 2013 Mazda CX-5 GT Road Test Review

    A winning combination of performance and fuel economy There was a time when being hitched to Ford probably didn't seem like the best thing for Mazda. Certainly the larger automaker had a lot of platforms and powertrains to choose from when Mazda wanted to expand into a new segment, but ...

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    Review: 2013 Lincoln MKT Road Test Review

    Breaking the crossover mould There are crossovers that appear like traditional sport utility vehicles and there are crossovers that look more like tall wagons, and then there are some that can't be pigeonholed quite so easily. Lincoln's MKT fits into this latter category. It looks like no ...

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    Teased: Nissan teases Resonance Concept, possible Murano successor

    Not wanting to be left out of the teaser fun that comes before the Detroit Auto Show – don't forget amidst all this obscured-view hubbub that the actual show starts next week Monday – Nissan has deposited this partial image of what it is calling the Resonance Concept on its Facebook ...

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    Spy Shots: Mercedes-Benz GLA crossover spotted again

    The GLA-Class crossover coming from Mercedes-Benz is undergoing cold weather testing in Northern Europe. Wearing a more revealing suit of camouflage than the last time we saw it, its A-Class platform ties are more apparent even as everything has been beefed up – note this mule's punched-up ...

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    Official: Honda yanks sheet off 2013 Crosstour, adds lower base price [w/video]

    The Honda Crosstour has been something of an automotive whatcha-ma-call-it. Buyers have found it hard to identify what the high-riding wagon is all about, and so have we. Honda even started out by calling it the Accord Crosstour, and then changed its name to help give it more of its own identity. ...