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2016 Mitsubishi Outlander review

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Front

2016 model year seems to be the make-or-break year for Japanese automaker Mitsubishi. With few important launches for 2016 and 2017 model year this brand plans to make a big comeback on the automotive market and set the road its models will take during the next decades. 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander is mid-size crossover which is set to make big result for the company. It’s refreshment was extensive and it had “more than 100 improvements”. 

2016 Land Rover Discovery LR4, mpg, price

2016 Land Rover Discovery Front

New model year is not expected to bring severe changes for 2016 Land Rover Discovery. Recently Land Rover released Discovery Sport, which showed the new design of the previous LR2 model, which was replaced with this new model. Keeping that in mind, as well as long lasting period of the current generation which lasts from 2009, British automaker will need to spice things up in order to compete with tough rivals. However, Land Rover Company is not in hurry to make a generation switch. In fact, according to latest new, both Discovery and Defender models will be not fully redesigned until 2018.

2018 Lamborghini SUV

2018 Lamborghini SUV Urus Concept Front

Lamborghini presented its Urus Concept, back in 2012, presenting the future SUV. However the moment wasn’t right for the company, and 6 years later this plan came to realization. 2018 Lamborghini SUV will go on sale in 2018, while its debut could be expected earlier, probably sometime during 2017 year. This news have been confirmed by Lamborghini officials, or by their CEO Stephan Winkelmann, to be precise.

2015 Acura RDX

2015 Acura RDX Front

Acura RDX remains unchanged for 2015 model year. It falls into small luxury crossover SUV category, and tough competition in that segment forces Acura to always be on top of its feet. New RDX is available in two trim levels which include base and base with Tech Pkg. Differences between trims are in features, while performance, and drive system is the same on both levels. Front-wheel-drive is standard for all RDX variants, while all-wheel-drive is available as optional.