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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan

2016 Volkswagen Tiguan Front

German producer prepared redesign for its 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan. New model year will bring improvements in couple of segments. Market demand for bigger size vehicles forced many producers of the mid-size SUV to take it a step further and offer more comfort and third seat row.

Vehicle that has it all – Mercedes-Benz S500 Plug-in Hybrid

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As always, Mercedes-Benz raises the bar when it comes to innovative solutions in automotive industry. Filled with luxury features and elements of S-class, new Mercedes-Benz S500 Plug-in Hybrid combines ultra-modern hybrid drive configuration with unique innovation.

2016 Toyota Sequoia

2016 Toyota Sequoia Front

2016 Toyota Sequoia will not be changed essentially, at least the information that is available doesn’t imply so. This large, truck-based SUV offers a lot of conveniences, but it also has couple of downsides, which are mainly related to its fuel economy.

2016 Ford Fusion

2016 Ford Fusion Front

2016 Ford Fusion was spotted on the streets with heavy camouflage on, which, by level of its coverage, indicates that we can expect lots of changes. Its body shape is unchanged, but its interior and both front and rear ends will be altered.

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Front

Unfortunately Japanese manufacturer didn’t make any design changes for 2015 Lancer. Although the news about the end of production of Lancer Evo disappointed many, there was certainly the hope that Lancer will be redesign, but didn’t happen. News regarding the new model year includes several features additions, and new equipment package. Regarding the performance of the latest Lancer, Mitsubishi upgraded its CVT, so we can expect better driving feel and more fuel efficiency.

2015 Acura ILX

2015 Acura ILX Front

With its fast-growing vehicle family, Acura pretends to be one of the leading car manufacturers. Japanese manufacturer will make a big step forward with its latest models, which will attract both younger and older population. 2015 ILX model doesn’t offer many luxury features, but this small sedan is a perfect combination of attractive design, great fuel economy and competitive price.

2015 Nissan Pathfinder

2015 Nissan Pathfinder Front

After getting used to the fact that Nissan’s Pathfinder is not longer built on a truck-based platform, we can now review it as a crossover built on a car-like unibody platform, and as such, it has a lot to offer. Although there was couple of things its faithful fans missed after the redesign, including its great towing capacity, Pathfinder, in fact, gained few more important things, that enriched its fan base.

2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Accord Front

2015 model year will not bring much news for Honda Accord. Honda started the production of Accord back in 1976, and with its redesign for 2013 model year began the production of its ninth generation, which brought Plug-in and standard Hybrid variants of this model. With changes made for a big debut of last generation, Accord kept its place among the most popular vehicles around the globe.

2015 GMC Acadia

2015 GMC Acadia Front

2015 GMC Acadia received only small refreshment, which will be reflected in few exterior details, and some additional features. Due to the fact that Acadia received facelift just two years ago, there were no high expectations regarding the redesign. From its first appearance on the market it’s been 7 years, and during that period Acadia gained some quite big fan base, thanks to its recognizable look.

2015 Ford Escape

2015 Ford Escape Front

Although 2015 model year didn’t brought much changes, and although those changes are mostly cosmetics, new Escape is still one of the most desirable compact SUVs on the market. Its, by far, biggest advantage among competition is its performance. If you research a little bit, you will notice instantly that all experts praise Escape’s sporty drive, performance and handling like very SUVs.