This week, Mercedes-Benz announced pricing for its redesigned compact crossover and new electric mid-size crossover SUV, both of which will be arriving in dealers soon and present shoppers with a choice between an affordable turbo-4 or a loaded technological electric value. It’s a microcosm of the times for luxury car shoppers.
We also review the BMW iX electric crossover SUV as well as the brand’s flagship three-row SUV. The red-hot mid-size truck segment remains in our scope as we pit two classics against each other before their imminent redesigns.
Here’s what moved us this week.
2023 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class preview
A comely new shape and a turbo-4 drivetrain power the new Benz mid-size crossover, which goes on sale early in 2023 at a starting price of $48,250.
2023 Mercedes EQE SUV preview
Mercedes’ second electric sport-utility vehicle brings high-speed charging and a 677-hp AMG edition. Single-motor and dual-motor models cost the same, starting at $79,050.
2023 BMW iX review
If you can be at peace—or in love, even—with the electric crossover SUV’s peculiar exterior, it may be a much higher-rated vehicle to you, but we give it a TCC Rating of 7.4 out of 10.
Ford Ranger vs. Toyota Tacoma: Compare Trucks
The Ranger and Tacoma both offer right-sized proportions and off-road capability, but which one is best?
2023 BMW X7 review
BMW’s largest vehicle, a three-row SUV luxury flagship, comes with more creature comforts and a pared down lineup for 2023. It earns a 7.4 out of 10.
2024 Subaru Outback review
Straddling the fence between SUV and station wagon, the 2024 Subaru Outback is a solid overall choice that’s still a decent value for the money with plenty of standard safety features, earning a TCC Rating of 6.7 out of 10.
Dodge Durango recalled for rear spoiler that can detach
Stellantis will recall 139,019 newer Durango SUVs for a rear spoiler that can scrape the roof and eventually detach.