De Nysschen, at Cadillac, said consumer tastes will always ebb and flow. “It was sedans and then it was wagons and then it became vans and then crossovers,” he explained. “Now you’re getting crossovers that are getting lower.” He added: “If we carry on long enough, we’re back to hatchbacks.”
Edit: I cant get the formatting to work, but it goes from want to not want after the volvo ute
Last week I made my way to Dana Point, which despite being just 66.9 miles from my apartment in Venice, took me nine hours to do. The details of my arduous travel day are inconsequential, all that you really need to know is that I went above, and beyond to get there so that I could drive the 2017 Cadillac XT5.
Last night whilst enjoying the masterful second episode of FX’s Fargo, I was temporarily inundated with advertisements because I haven’t upgraded to the ad-free experience on Hulu. I know, it’s shameful, but I really need to save every bit of $ possible if I’m going to get myself a Limited Slip Diff for Christmas.
You know what was cool in 2007? No, not Infiniti, Infiniti hasn’t ever been cool. Spending money like it was going out of style, that was cool in 2007. Pre-recession America was super down with tossing cash at all sorts of frivolous things.
This is the gauge cluster of the yet to be released 2016 Honda HR-V and yet the gauge styling looks quite familiar does it not?
My uncle wanted me to ask you guys, I tend to show him this site alot.
Every so often, I'll grab my good friend Jeremy Cliff (who's appeared on Jalopnik at least once in the past), and we'll snap some pictures of a car that I'm reviewing for Web2Carz. This past week, we took a Range Rover Evoque to a local quasi-off-road area to see if we could have any fun with it. Spoiler Alert: We…
Today Autoguide announced that GM is shelving a Cadillac 3-row crossover that was in the works. The new crossover was to be slotted below the Escalade, but the automaker was concerned that it would cannibalize sales from the GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave. They mpe have opted to replace the aging SRX with another 2-row…
...leaves out what is arguably the best crossover in the class. Look...buyers in this segment aren't super concerned about steering feel, and 0-60 times. They want stylish, safe, practical, reliable, and pretty good on gas. The Subaru Forester is one of the best selling and highest rated crossovers among its peers.
Trucks (including crossovers and SUVs) will very likely surpass car sales this year. The "crossover" craze has been going on for about 10 years or so, but if you ask some people on the internet the vast majority of truck and crossover buyers are just "idiots who think they need something they don't." This superiority…
Yesterday I opined on The Truth About Cars' opinion on Jalopnik's news embargo policies and I mentioned that I not only actually like Jack Baruth but TTAC all-around. This 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe review illustrates exactly why.
Let's be honest, we here at Jalopnik aren't really fans of the recent crossover fetish that has swept the States. Crossovers are pointless, really. They fill an invented market segment that has no specific functional value and carry inflated price tags that, in my opinion, aren't really justified for the amount of…