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Even though it’s relatively compact, the 2021 Sportage heaps on features like a daylong movie marathon. Even base versions get in on the good stuff. Every Sportage gets at least 17-inch wheels, power features, cloth upholstery, an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and active safety tech (that we cover above). All
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After a major update for 2020, the 2021 Audi Q7 carries on as a three-row crossover SUV that can haul families in style, comfort, and with technological sophistication.   Updated this year with more driver assistance features and some upgraded packages, the 2021 Audi Q7 gets a TCC Rating of 7.2 due to its exceptional
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As Audi’s most expensive crossover on sale yet, the 2021 Q8 is alone on Mount Flagship. Luckily, it’s a comfortable place to be. This year, not much changes for the Q8. It’s still loaded with tech and conveniences, and performance versions heap on all of the above, smothered in extra horsepower. It’s an 8 for
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The Hyundai Sonata starts at $24,555 for the base SE (including $955 destination) and runs up to $34,455 for the Limited 1.6T. Although Hyundai used to be known for packing in the features at the base level, it’s the top Limited that proves the more intriguing—mostly because of the unique features the Limited adds. The
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We’re keen on small crossovers like the 2021 Audi Q3, and by looking at the road outside our windows, everyone else is too. This year, the Q3 returns and it’s largely the same as last year, except the price. The 2021 Audi Q3 nets a 6.7 TCC Rating, propelled by good safety scores and standard
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The 2021 Kia Sedona minivan sits across the lot from more interesting family crossovers and vehicles. (That it shares the same showroom as the Telluride crossover is just not fair, man.) Still, some families can’t escape the need for comfortable transportation for two or more small children. And for convenience, it’s hard to top a
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The all-new 2021 Hyundai Elantra (a.k.a. the Avante in Korea) represents a major departure from its predecessor and that becomes most apparent when the two successive generations are put side by side. YouTuber Asian Petrolhead had the opportunity to compare the sixth- and seventh-generation Elantras in mid-range specification. It’s worth mentioning that both cars featured
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